The Computer and Information Technologies Career and Transition Program provides students with practical experience and theoretical knowledge in computers. This program emphasizes effective use of the Internet to create multimedia web pages, programming skills necessary for computer-related jobs and careers. In addition, students will learn to store, find, and move information across a network, and to prepare multimedia presentations.
The Computer and Information Technologies Career and Transition Program is comprised of 5 courses, usually taken in grades 11 and 12. Specific course information may be found in our course handbook. . For more information, please contact our Computer and Information Technologies Program Coordinator, Mr. Greg Poy, firstname.lastname@example.org