Colin Correia
colin.correia@cssd.ab.ca


Construction 10 Introductory Course content includes construction tools and materials manufactured materials and solid stock construction.

This is an introductory course only and WILL NOT meet prerequisite requirements for intermediate or advanced courses.

Construction Technology 10 Introductory

Introductory course provides experience using hand tools and power tools. Projects will include dovetail and cross lap joints, wooden toolbox, and cuttingboard. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. Successful completion of all introductory courses is required for advancement to intermediate Construction.

Construction Technology 20 Intermediate

Intermediate level builds on the skills developed in the introductory level. This class allows students to broaden their experience and skills in woodworking. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. Successful completion of all intermediate level courses is required for advancement to advanced level.

Construction Technology 30 Advanced

The advanced level allows students to choose a project to work on, continue developing their woodworking skills. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills.

Fabrication Studies 10 Introductory

Provides experience in welding processes combined with the theory behind each process. Topics include Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and Oxyacetylene Welding. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. This is an introductory course only and does not meet prerequisite requirements for advancement to Intermediate Fabrication Studies. In order to advance to Fabrication Studies 20 students must successfully complete Fabrication 10 for 3 credits.

Fabrication Studies 10 Introductory Provides experience in welding processes combined with the theory behind each process. Topics include Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Oxyacetylene Welding, Thermal Cutting, layout and assembly. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. Successful completion of all introductory courses is required for advancement to Intermediate Fabrication.

Fabrication Studies 20 Intermediate This class expands upon the skills acquired in the introductory class. Students broaden experiences in the areas of welding and fabrication. Successful completion of all intermediate courses is required for advancement to Advanced Fabrication.

Fabrication Studies 30 Advanced At this level students work with a variety of processes and procedures or narrow their focus to gain proficiency in specific welding skills.

Mechanics 10 Introductory Course content includes vehicle service and care, tires and brakes, engine fundamentals, and mechanics tools and materials. Maintenance, repair procedures, safe handling of hand and power tools and safe operation of shop equipment (impact gun, tire changer and balancer) will be focused on. There is no advancement to intermediate grades due to facility not having hoist required for most modules after grade 10.

Trades, Manufacturing, Transportation (TMT)

Colin Correia
colin.correia@cssd.ab.ca


Construction 10 Introductory Course content includes construction tools and materials manufactured materials and solid stock construction.

This is an introductory course only and WILL NOT meet prerequisite requirements for intermediate or advanced courses.

Construction Technology 10 Introductory

Introductory course provides experience using hand tools and power tools. Projects will include dovetail and cross lap joints, wooden toolbox, and cuttingboard. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. Successful completion of all introductory courses is required for advancement to intermediate Construction.

Construction Technology 20 Intermediate

Intermediate level builds on the skills developed in the introductory level. This class allows students to broaden their experience and skills in woodworking. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. Successful completion of all intermediate level courses is required for advancement to advanced level.

Construction Technology 30 Advanced

The advanced level allows students to choose a project to work on, continue developing their woodworking skills. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills.

Fabrication Studies 10 Introductory

Provides experience in welding processes combined with the theory behind each process. Topics include Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and Oxyacetylene Welding. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. This is an introductory course only and does not meet prerequisite requirements for advancement to Intermediate Fabrication Studies. In order to advance to Fabrication Studies 20 students must successfully complete Fabrication 10 for 3 credits.

Fabrication Studies 10 Introductory Provides experience in welding processes combined with the theory behind each process. Topics include Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Oxyacetylene Welding, Thermal Cutting, layout and assembly. Course emphasis is on the safe operation of tools and equipment while developing technical skills. Successful completion of all introductory courses is required for advancement to Intermediate Fabrication.

Fabrication Studies 20 Intermediate This class expands upon the skills acquired in the introductory class. Students broaden experiences in the areas of welding and fabrication. Successful completion of all intermediate courses is required for advancement to Advanced Fabrication.

Fabrication Studies 30 Advanced At this level students work with a variety of processes and procedures or narrow their focus to gain proficiency in specific welding skills.

Mechanics 10 Introductory Course content includes vehicle service and care, tires and brakes, engine fundamentals, and mechanics tools and materials. Maintenance, repair procedures, safe handling of hand and power tools and safe operation of shop equipment (impact gun, tire changer and balancer) will be focused on. There is no advancement to intermediate grades due to facility not having hoist required for most modules after grade 10.