The Electrical and Electronics career and Transition Program launches the student into the forever developing world of electronics and electricity. Students will combine knowledge and concepts with hands-on skill that will be valuable in both their endless possibilities of future careers. Topics include analog design and construction, digital logic applications, construction robotics, house wiring, motors, appliances wiring, and shop safety.
The Electrical and Electronics 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 Electrical and Electronics Program Coordinator, Mr. Stew Wheeler, firstname.lastname@example.org.