Larry Pineda (CTS) larry.pineda@cssd.ab.ca

Automotive Technologies

The Automotive Technologies program offers students an opportunity to learn about automotive tools and vehicle systems. Students will have many authentic experiences such as disassembling a four-cycle engine, removing tires from a rim for replacement and disassembling brake system components. The introductory level courses will provide a foundation to build on for the intermediate and advanced level courses.

Students enrolling in the Automotive Technologies program will enjoy working with their hands and further develop applying their knowledge in a practical setting. The skills and knowledge acquired in this program can be applied to personal interests or to pursue a career in the automotive industry.

Construction

Construction Technologies offers students the opportunity to experience working with wood products and related tools. Students selecting this course investigate and develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes relative to the design, construction, and care of wood products. The courses are designed to create an appreciation of the industry and to develop industry relevant skills in cabinet making and basic furniture creation. This program allows students to take advantage of developing skills for personal use as well as a transition from school to the workplace or post-secondary institutions. This class will provide entry-level skills and practical experience for life-long use.

Fabrication

Fabrication courses provide instruction about the different types of metal production industries. The first focus is on the basics of welding - Tools and Materials, Oxyacetylene Welding and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (S.M.A.W.). This program will teach students welding basics and develop skills and attitudes that will be required for the intermediate and advance levels. The intermediate and advanced levels further develop knowledge and skills that can transfer to a hobby or a career in the Fabrication industry.

The Fabrication program involves hands on experience with various tools and equipment found in a fabrication facility. Students enrolling in Fabrication will enjoy working with their hands and applying learned theory to real life tasks.

Construction, Fabrication, Mechanics


Larry Pineda (CTS) larry.pineda@cssd.ab.ca

Automotive Technologies

The Automotive Technologies program offers students an opportunity to learn about automotive tools and vehicle systems. Students will have many authentic experiences such as disassembling a four-cycle engine, removing tires from a rim for replacement and disassembling brake system components. The introductory level courses will provide a foundation to build on for the intermediate and advanced level courses.

Students enrolling in the Automotive Technologies program will enjoy working with their hands and further develop applying their knowledge in a practical setting. The skills and knowledge acquired in this program can be applied to personal interests or to pursue a career in the automotive industry.

Construction

Construction Technologies offers students the opportunity to experience working with wood products and related tools. Students selecting this course investigate and develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes relative to the design, construction, and care of wood products. The courses are designed to create an appreciation of the industry and to develop industry relevant skills in cabinet making and basic furniture creation. This program allows students to take advantage of developing skills for personal use as well as a transition from school to the workplace or post-secondary institutions. This class will provide entry-level skills and practical experience for life-long use.

Fabrication

Fabrication courses provide instruction about the different types of metal production industries. The first focus is on the basics of welding - Tools and Materials, Oxyacetylene Welding and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (S.M.A.W.). This program will teach students welding basics and develop skills and attitudes that will be required for the intermediate and advance levels. The intermediate and advanced levels further develop knowledge and skills that can transfer to a hobby or a career in the Fabrication industry.

The Fabrication program involves hands on experience with various tools and equipment found in a fabrication facility. Students enrolling in Fabrication will enjoy working with their hands and applying learned theory to real life tasks.