Trades and Applied Technology

Automotive Service Technician - Foundation Level 1

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This full-time comprehensive program is designed to prepare students for a career in the Automotive Repair trade. The program is taught through daily lectures, seminars and demonstrations of current servicing techniques, (approximately 40% theory) as well as extensive practical training in a functioning, automotive shop setting (approximately 60% hands-on).

Carpentry - Foundation Level 1

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This entry level trades training prepares students for apprenticeship in the building construction trade. Students learn the basics of carpentry. The program combines theory with lots of hands-on learning. It includes 4 weeks of work placement.

Culinary Arts - Apprenticeship Level 1

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This program is designed to train students for a career in professional cooking. Course content includes the preparation of meat, poultry, soup, salads, sauces, seafood, fruit and desserts. Students set up and operate a restaurant and cafeteria that provides regular lunches and caters many special events.

Culinary Arts - Apprenticeship Level 2

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The Professional Cook 2 (PC2) is a 14-week program for students who have completed the Professional Cook 1 certificate or equivalent (ACE-IT Cook Training or PC1 which has been certified by ITA or other cross country equivalent). After completing the Professional Cook 2 (PC2) program graduate students receive a Culinary Arts Certificate.