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Industrial Arts courses provide lifelong learning of theory
and skills for living and working in a changing technological environment.
Students work in a hands-on environment with tools, materials and processes to
transform concepts and ideas into goods and services. Students work both
independently and cooperatively as they apply decision-making, problem-solving
and critical thinking skills to product construction. (Manitoba Education
Courses are available in Industrial Arts at the Grade 10, 11
and 12 levels and include Electronics, Metalwork, Power Mechanics, and Woodworking.
Grade 12 level courses are also available in Applied Technology for Electronics,
Woodwork, Metalwork and Power Mechanics.
These courses involve advanced coursework with an optional practicum
component. Students interested in school-to-work transition may speak to their
instructor about pursuing an Apprenticeship credit in addition to their Applied