Technical / Vocational

The Industrial Technology program will prepare students to become technical and/or management professionals that can work in business, industry and education.

The main objectives of the department are as follows:

  1. Develop students’ abilities and skills through practical sessions and projects that provide a “hands on” learning experience.
  2. Create competitive students by instilling the virtues of hard work, responsibility, dedication, good attitude and perseverance.
  3. Foster the development of good interpersonal skills between students by focusing on teamwork and/or collaboration to complete major tasks.

Aims at providing technical training in the use of both traditional and new materials, systems and processes related to the building industry.

– Provides a study of the basic components of a typical domestic building and the concepts, techniques and materials related to those components.

– Areas of instruction include: preliminary site work, materials, building construction (foundations/walls/floors/roofs/windows/doors/stairs/finishes), related services (electrical, drainage, plumbing), building team and history of buildings.

– Field of engineering that deals with the study and application of electricity and electronics.

– Focuses on preparing students to practice electrical engineering on a local or national level and to develop the necessary background and technical skills to work professionally and competitively.

– Areas of instruction include: electrical systems, power, electronics, control systems, telecommunications.

This course is a great opportunity for students who want to be engaged in terrestrial and marine activities. It focuses on courses that can equip them to be employed in the ever evolving tourism industry. Some areas of concentration are Intro to Tourism, and basic Food and Beverages courses. It also highlights the management of hotels, restaurants and other tourist destinations. It incorporates the skills and approaches that are required to work effectively in the tourist industry.

This is an introductory course for students in agricultural education and can serve as the foundation course for advanced courses in animal science, plant science, horticulture and natural resources.

This course is designed to:

*provide principles of animal and plant production and the management of soils as related to agriculture.

*develop knowledge and skills pertaining to soils, plants, animals, agricultural construction, food science, supervised agricultural experience programs, and leadership.

*introduce basic theory and specialized skills in agriculture mechanics. Skills to be developed include tool identification and safe use,


Fish Farmer
Zoo Keeper
Farm Appraiser
Veterinary Assistant
Water Specialist
Farm manager
Soil Scientist
Consulting Forester
Animal Nutritionist