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​This is a giant step towards some of the many challenging career opportunities that are presently available in the electrical industry today. Do you like tools and working with your hands? Do you enjoy thinking and problem solving? Would you love to get a job that not only offered higher than average pay, but was interesting as well ? Then this is the program you want to enroll in. A good
aptitude in science and an interest in mathematics are very helpful.

Some of the thingElectric01.jpgs you will learn about are:  
• Batteries and battery chargers 
• Magnets, electromagnets, and electrical coils 
• Lighting components and apparatus 
• Basic electronics 
• Meters and electrical test equipment 
• Residential wiring/ Blueprint reading 
• Service entrance and distribution code 
• A.C. and D.C. electric motors & generators 
• Motor control 
• Photoelectric sensors 
• Robotics 
• Computer control and programming 

Grade 10

(ELEV20) The grade 10 class will have shops for 2 periods every second day, working towards 2 credits on completion. 2 Credits 

Grade 11 

(ELEV30) The grade 11 class will have shops for 4 periods, every second day, working towards 4 credits on completion. 4 Credits 

Grade 12 

(ELEV40) The grade 12 class will have shop for 4 periods, every second day, working towards 4 credits on completion. In the final year it is possible to go out on a job placement and practical industry training sessions. 4 Credits
A student achieving a 70% average throughout the 3 grades will be given an apprenticeship accreditation certificate that may be used towards first level electrical apprenticeship.​

Prospects for Employment 

After successfully completing this program, students may enter an apprenticeship program in either: 
• Electrical construction 
• Industrial electrical maintenance 
• Railway electrical maintenance 
• Electrical utility companies (Hydro) 
• Telephone and cable companies
Opportunity for employment can also be found in: 
• Aircraft manufacturing 
• Bus manufacturing 
• General building repairs 
• Electrical product sales 
• Warehouse parts person 
• Alarm companies 
• Appliance repair and service
For more information about the Electrical program at Tec-Voc, please contact:
 • Mr. Ray Rawluk (Electrical Instructor)

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