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Technology

Introduction to Technology 
Construction Technology 
Transportation Technology
Hospitality and Tourism 
Welding 
Manufacturing Technology 
Drafting 
Cosmetology

Introduction to Technology

BTT 1O Introduction to Information Technology in Business - Open
1 credit
This course introduces students to the use of information technology in a business environment. Students will learn how to use information technology in a work environment, perform electronic research, communicate electronically, and use common business software. They will also explore possible future occupations in information technology.

Construction Technology

TTI 1O Integrated Technologies - Open 
1 credit
This course enables students to understand the technological and computer concepts they need in order to design, develop, and build usable products and/or deliver services, and to pursue further technological studies. Students will use the technological design process and a variety of tools and software to solve problems, complete projects, and strengthen their communication skills.

TCJ 2O Construction Technology - Open 
1 credit
This course requires students to design, build, and evaluate projects using design instruments and machine and hand tools. Students will solve technological problems through a variety of media; identify and describe building materials and other resources needed to construct, maintain, and service buildings; identify support systems and components; apply safety rules related to materials, processes, and equipment; identify common architectural styles; and identify careers related to construction technology.

TCJ 3C Construction Technology - College Preparation
1 credit
This course focuses on residential, commercial, industrial, and/ or recreational construction. Students will learn about the tools, materials, equipment, and methods used in the light construction industry; structural analysis and design; presentation and working drawings; and mechanical systems. They will also estimate materials and labour costs, and study industry standards and building codes, health and safety issues, energy conservation, careers, and the impact of construction technology on society and the environment.

TCJ 4E Construction Technology - Workplace Preparation 
1 credit
This course focuses on advanced residential and more complex construction systems, as well as the introduction of heavy construction, related to commercial, industrial, and/or residential construction; advanced practical workplace applications; and the development of generic employment skills and independent learning skills. Students will examine the materials, processes, labour, tools, and equipment used in the construction industry; technical drawings; auxiliary systems; and landscaping. They will also study industry standards and building codes; consider health and safety issues; and explore careers, lifelong learning opportunities, and the impact of construction technology on society and the environment.

Transportation Technology

TTJ 2O Transportation Technology - Open 
1 credit
This course requires students to build projects and to learn service procedures related to different modes of transportation. Students will learn about support systems for transporting people and products; measurement systems and methods; the analysis, design, and construction of a system to convert and make practical use of energy; the function of major vehicle system components; the impact of transportation systems on the environment; communication skills; and transportation-related careers.

Areas of Emphasis:
TTJ 2OA — Transportation Technology - Auto Body
TTJ 2OS — Transportation Technology - Small Engines

TTJ 3E Transportation Technology - Workplace Preparation
1 credit 
This course examines the various types of land, air, and/or marine vehicles and vehicle systems found within the transportation sector. Students will acquire identification, troubleshooting, repairing, and testing skills that meet industry standards and government regulations. In addition to developing employability and technical skills, they will explore the broad range of career opportunities within this sector, and will examine the impact of the transportation sector on people, society, and the environment.

Area of Emphasis:
TTJ3ES — Transportation Technology - Small Engines

TTJ 4E Transportation Technology - Workplace Preparation
1 credit
This course examines the commonalities of land, air, and marine vehicles and transportation systems. Students will develop safe workplace habits and business management skills and will use diagnostic, hand, and power tools effectively to service and repair vehicles to meet industry standards and safety inspections. They will also research the entry requirements for apprenticeship training programs and develop the employability and technical skills required for entry into the workplace.

Area of Emphasis:
TTJ 4ES — Small Engine

Hospitality and Tourism

TFJ 2O Hospitality and Tourism Technology - Open
1 credit
This course emphasizes the scope of the hospitality and tourism industry. Students will study food origins, food-handling techniques and food preparation, health and safety standards, and the use of specialized tools and equipment. They will also investigate travel and tourism activities in Ontario, develop effective communication and management skills, and identify career opportunities in the hospitality and tourism industry.

TFT 3C Hospitality - College Preparation
1 credit
This course helps students understand the features, trends, and guidelines of the hospitality industry, as well as learn the basic requirements of serving customers. Students will acquire skills related to advanced methods of preparing and presenting food, evaluating facilities, controlling inventory, and marketing special events. They will also learn about economic and environmental impacts, health and safety standards, and career opportunities related to the hospitality industry.

TFH 3E Hospitality and Tourism - Workplace Preparation
1 credit
This course focuses on food preparation and management, and hospitality and tourism activities, equipment, and facilities. Students will learn how to prepare, present, and serve food; plan, manage, and promote activities; and use the necessary equipment. Throughout the course, they will learn the fundamentals of providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction. Students will also study the occupational health and safety standards and laws regulating the hospitality and tourism industry, explore the industry’s social and environmental impacts, and identify possible career paths.

TFH 4E Hospitality and Tourism - Workplace Preparation
1 credit
This course focuses on advanced food preparation and presentation skills; event and activity planning; the equipment and facilities used in the hospitality and tourism industry; and tourist attractions. Students will study the nutritional value of foods, plan menus and recipes, develop management techniques, design and implement an event, and learn effective communication skills. They will also explore careers, the impact of the hospitality and tourism industry on society and the environment, and health and safety standards in the workplace.

Welding

TMJ 2OW Maufacturing Technology - Welding

TMJ 3OW Maufacturing Technology - Welding

TMJ 4OW Maufacturing Technology - Welding

Manufacturing Technology

TMJ 2O Manufacturing Technology - Open 
1 credit
This course introduces students to the scope of the manufacturing industry, the various components used in the design of products, the industrial tools and equipment used, and methods of manufacturing, including assembly-line production. Students will learn about technical drawing; preparation processes; manufacturing techniques; power, electronic, and quality control systems; careers in the manufacturing field; and the role of entrepreneurs in Canadian society.

TMJ 3E Manufacturing Technology - Workplace Preparation
1 credit
This course helps clarify for young people the broad range of career opportunities available within the manufacturing sector. Students will acquire design and fabrication skills using a variety of materials, tools, equipment, and processes, and will construct products that adhere to design specifications and meet quality control standards. In addition to developing employability and technical skills, students will develop an understanding of the impact of the manufacturing sector on consumers, society, and the environment.

TMJ 4E Manufacturing Technology - Workplace Preparation 
This course focuses on drafting and design, machining, welding, computer numerical control (CNC), computer-assisted machining (CAM), motor control, hydraulic control, pneumatic control, and computer control. Students will use sophisticated design and manufacturing systems to design and fabricate tooling, to program CNC equipment, and to design and build solutions to technological challenges in manufacturing.

Drafting

TDJ 3M Technological Design - University/College Preparation
1 credit
This course provides students with opportunities to apply the principles of technological design to challenges in communications, manufacturing, electronics, transportation, architecture, industrial and consumer products, health and safety equipment, and environmental services. Students will identify
user needs, estimate labour and material costs, analyse material characteristics, and illustrate design solutions, using traditional and computer-based methods. They will also acquire the basic design skills required for postsecondary studies in engineering, manufacturing, architecture, and construction.

TDJ 4M Technological Design - University/College Preparation
1 credit
This course provides students with opportunities to solve problems in design through the use of technical drawings, model building, testing, and marketing. Students will research, design, and test solutions for residential or commercial architecture, industrial engineering, and manufacturing. They will also examine the educational requirements of a technical design–related career in engineering, architecture, or industrial design.

Cosmetology

TPJ 2OC — Hairstyling and Aesthetics

TPE 3E Hairstyling and Aesthetics - Workplace Preparation
1 credit
This course provides students with opportunities to learn techniques in hairstyling and aesthetics that meet industry standards, using appropriate materials and equipment. Students will identify trends in the hairstyling and aesthetics industry; describe scientific and physical processes used in beauty services; learn to respect environmental, health, and safety laws; and explore career opportunities. The course may focus on either hairstyling or aesthetics, or may include a combination of both areas.

TPE 4E Hairstyling and Aesthetics - Workplace Preparation 
1 credit
This course builds on the Grade 11 course to provide a solid foundation for students wishing to pursue a career in cosmetology. Students will continue to develop practical skills and knowledge pertaining to the beauty industry. They will also gain an awareness of the entrepreneurial skills required to own and operate a salon. The course may focus on either hairstyling or aesthetics, or may include a combination of both areas.