OEC Oromocto High School > Technology Education and Skilled Trades
Technology Education and Skilled Trades provides students with opportunities for problem solving, designing, creating, and addressing current trends and issues. Students use and study technology to create practical solutions to problems - individually or in groups - to develop technological skills, knowledge, and work ethics.
Technology Education enables students to explore their ideas, gain practical experiences, and work through thinking processes in a safe and supportive environment. Technology Education allows learners to evaluate their strengths and interests in career choices. It also reflects rapid changes in the workplace and allows students to make informed decisions about their futures while providing a foundation of skills that enable high school students to be gainfully employed after graduation–either full-time or while continuing their education or training.
Technology Education and Skilled Trades Department offers the following courses:
- Automotive Electrical Systems 120
- Broad-Based Technology (BBT) 09
- Broad-Based Technology (BBT) 10
- Business Organization & Management 120
- Computer Science 110
- Computer Science 120
- Cooperative Education 120
- Culinary Tech 110
- Culinary Tech 120
- Digital Production 120
- Electrical Wiring 110 (Future Offering in 2019-20)
- Framing & Sheathing 110
- Graphic Arts 120
- Information Technology 110
- Internal Combustion Engines 110
- Introduction to Electronics 110
- Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) 110
- Metals Fabrication 110
- Metals Processing 120
- Mill & Cabinet Work 120
- Personal Computer Maintenance & Troubleshooting 120 (Co-op-1 credit)
- Photography 120
- Power Train & Chassis 110
- Residential Finish and Insulation 120
- Robotics and Technology 120
- Site Layout and Foundation 110
- Technical Support 110
- Tune Up and Emissions 120
The New Brunswick Teen Apprentice Program (NBTAP) is recruiting Grade 10 and 11 students for Summer 2019 skiled trade apprentice work opportunities with employers throughout New Brunswick. Applications will be accepted from November 28 to January 18.
Interested? To learn more about NBTAP :
- Watch "Could this Be You
?" video to see how NBTAP could help you get a head start on a great career in the skilled trades.
- Follow NBTAP on Facebook (/NBTAP.PAJNB), Twitter (@NBTAP_PAJNB), or Instagram (@nbtap_pajnb) or
- Talk to your NBTAP School Champion who is Mr. Steeves in Room 168B
We are pleased to announce in partnership with the Women’s Equality Branch – Executive Council Office, a Career Exploration – Trades & Technology for Girls Day. Details are attached and the goal is to invite 40 female students, grades 9-12 from Oromocto High School to participate in the event.
Two supervising teachers (2) will accompany students and transportation to and from the event is covered.
This is an excellent opportunity for female students who want to learn more about careers in Technology and the Skilled Trades.
If you have questions, please contact Tammy McDonald, Women’s Equality Branch – Executive Council Office(firstname.lastname@example.org), 506-462-5910.
Take Our Kids to Work Day, taking place on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018, is an annual event where students step into their future for a day and get a glimpse into the working world. The day involves students spending the day in the workplace of a parent, relative, friend or volunteer host, where they experience and learn about the world.
year’s event will run from October 1 – November 30, 2018. A total of $10,000 in
cash prizes will be awarded to the top schools. To participate, students
complete a daily, short, on-line quiz that will engage them in an active
exploration of labour market information, post-secondary education and career
options. Points are earned as participants explore and answer questions correctly.
Families and teachers can participate as well, helping the school raise funds
while discovering useful information and resources.
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