Program, Focus & Approach

CTC Courses and High School Credits

Students attend a half day at Career and Technology Centre (CTC) at Lord Shaughnessy High School in the program of their choice and attend a half day at their community high school.

Dual-Credit and Credentialing

The CTC supports both personal learning plans and Alberta Industry and Training (AIT) credentialing. Students can specialize in pathways constructed from hundreds of potential single-credit modules credentialing currently available includes:

  • journeyperson prepper 
  • journeyperson automotive technician
  • journeyperson welder
  • journeyperson culinary
  • journeyperson baking
  • journeyperson hairstylist
  • esthetics certificate
  • Adobe credentials

Post-Secondary Opportunities

Students can take advantage of:

  • post-secondary placement opportunities
  • career networking
  • experience providing client-based services (embedded in your program)
  • state-of-the-art, brand-new facilities and equipment
  • dual credentialed staff (journeyman and Alberta certified teachers)
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