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Transportation 405

Why consider SHSM – Transportation

This program enables students to:

  • Customize their secondary school education to suit their interests and skills
  • Complete sector recognized certifications to build their resume
  • Prepare for post-secondary opportunities
  • Explore and refine their career goals
  • Earn the SHSM Distinction on their OSSD
  • Engage in experiential learning with like-minded peers

Required Certifications (4):

  • CPR level C (with AED)
  • Standard First Aid
  • WHMIS generic
  • health and safety - basic

Elective Certifications (min 3):

  • basic electrical safety
  • customer Service
  • environmental spills
  • fire extinguisher use
  • leadership skills
  • lockout/tagging
  • ozone depletion
  • vehicle operation and safety
  • Skills Canada competition
  • vehicle lift safety
  • Working at Heights

Possible Reach Ahead / Experiential Learning Field Trips:

  • university/college workshops
  • industry tours
  • skills competitions
  • career fairs
  • guest speakers

Co-op Placements (minimum 2 credits- ½ a day for 1 semester):

Students apply their learning from an SHSM pathway course in an authentic learning environment.

Future careers may include one of the following (this is not a complete list of careers for this sector):

  • Aerospace enginee
  • Auto Body repair
  • Automotive sales/Engineer/Technician
  • Boat assembler and inspector
  • Bus driver/transit operator
  • Industrial designer
  • Railway track maintenance worker
  • Service station attendance
  • Small Engine mechanic 
  • Motorcycle or Truck/Coach technician
  • Pilot
  • Urban Planner

Plus Four Major Credits between grade 11 and 12:

*courses in this section MUST be taken in day school at MCI

Grade 11 (select at least 1):

ICS3C/U - Computer Science

SPH3U - Physics

TDJ3O/M- Tech Design

TEJ3M - Computer Engineering

TTJ3E/O/C - Transportation Tech

Grade 12 (select at least 1):

ICS4C/U - Computer Science

SPH4C/U - Physics

TDJ4O/M - Tech Design

TEJ4M - Computer Engineering

TTJ4E/O/C - Transportation Tech An additional credit of Coop can be substituted as a major

* Dual credit (Discuss with Guidance)

Plus: ONE additional Business or Science in Grade 11 OR 12 (Includes a CLA):

BAF3M/BAT4M – Accounting

BMI3C - Marketing

BTA3O - Info & Comm. Tech

BOH4M - Business Leadership

BBB4M - International Business

SCH3U/4C - Chemistry

SPH3U/4C - Physics

*  An additional credit of Coop can be substituted asa related course

Plus: ONE Required Math in Grade 11 or Grade 12 (includes a CLA):

Grade 11:





Grade 12:



Plus: ONE Required English in Grade 11 (includes a CLA):




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