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The Electronics program is a project based learning environment where students have the opportunity to work with cutting edge tools and technologies as it relates to automation and electronics.
Learn about the fascinating world of electronics by:
Designing and fabricating printed circuit boards PCBs
Programming micro-controllers (Arduino and Raspberry Pi)
Enhancing your creations with 3D printed parts and enclosures
Solving electrical problems and repairing electronics
Drawing in 3d with computer aided design (CAD)
Dontrolling electronics with your smart phone or tablet
Building robots and other exciting electronics projects
Gr. 9  ELHR1G (.5 Credit) Gr. 10 ET000V20 (2 Credits) Electronics Courses
Students will make interesting electronics projects while learning the basics of electricity. They will understand what steps are necessary to finish an electronic project. Topics will be prototyping circuits, drawing schematics, board design, programming, and 3D drawing.
Gr. 10 Robotics ROBV20 (1 Credit per course)
This course is open to all students that want to learn specifically about robotics. Students will design, build, test and modify robotics projects. This is a project based course where students will have choice as to the projects they select. They will have a chance to compete at the Manitoba Robot Games and/or the Skills Canada Manitoba Robot Competition. Students may continue in robotics for Gr. 11 and Gr. 12 or take the Grade 11 and 12 Electronics Courses. (1 credit per course)
Gr. 11 ET000V30 (4 Credits)  Gr. 12 ET000v40 (4 Credits) - Electronics Courses
Expand on the electrical theory learned in Gr. 9 and Gr. 10. and learn aspects of electronics that are current to what is happening in the electronics industry and home and personal electronics. The course is interest driven and will be adapted to the skills, abilities and the direction that the student is curious about. Topics will be AC and DC fundamentals, Semiconductor, Power Devices, Serial and Parallel Circuits, Digital Devices and Basic Logic, Microprocessors and Applications, and Advanced Digital Systems.
  • Prospects for Employment
  • Small Wind and Pv Solar Systems
  • Alarms, Residential or Commercial
  • Telecommunications Companies
  • Automobile Electronics and Systems
  • Electrical Areas
  • Aerospace and Avionics Areas
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Robotics Systems
  • Medical Systems

Other related opportunities:

  • Province of Manitoba
  • RCMP
  • Manitoba Hydro
  • Medical Equipment Sales
  • Federal Government 
  • Colleges
  • The City of Winnipeg
  • Universities
  • Railway Companies
  • Hospitals

Post High Electronics Program
This 10 month course is open to those between the ages of 18 and 21 who are seeking to enter colleges or universities. Students must be interested in electronics and be a high school graduate.


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