School College Work Initiative (SCWI)

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

Keewatin-Patricia District School BoardLakehead Public Schools
Thunder Bay Catholic District School BoardKenora Catholic District School Board
Rainy River District School BoardSuperior Greenstone District School Board

 

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

      

 2012-13

 

Welding Connections

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

St. Patrick H.S.

St. Ignatius H.S.

TMJ4C - Manufacturing Technology

SHSM

WC 143 - T-Joints

Team Taught

Students will identify and complete the different welding procedures for T-joints in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. Welding exercises are demonstrated using 6010-11 and 7018 electrodes in these positions and specific safety precautions for overhead welding are addressed. Students enrolled in Manufacturing Technology and trade relevant SHSM programs will be automatically selected for dual credit studies. Non-SHSM students studying technology courses will be screened and interviewed at the school level.The program will be delivered at St. Patrick High Schools with classes delivered at the college two days per month. Some student transporation will be required

 

Transportation Practices

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

St. Patrick High School

 

TTJ 3C – Transportation Technology

SHSM

HC 121 - Applied Work Practices

Team Taught

 This course introduces students to accident prevention, various hand and power tools, measuring tools, testing and shop equipment as it applies to Motive Power Trades. The student gains an understanding of fasteners, tubing, fittings, fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants and adhesives. A basic knowledge of blueprint reading, drawing, welding, cutting and Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) and machine operation is ensured. Students involved in Transportation Technology and SHSM trade programs. Students enrolled in Transportation Technology and trade relevant SHSM programs will be automatically selected for dual credit studies. Non-SHSM students studying technology courses will be screened and interviewed at the school level. The program will be delivered in the Thunder Bay Catholic DSB High Schools with classes delivered at the college two days per month. Some student transportation will be required.

 

 Drafting Connections

Schools

High School Courses

College Course

Type

St. Patrick H.S.

TDJ30/M - Technological Design

 

CE140 - Basic Drafting

Team Taught

 Students in Grade 11 and 12 drafting courses will be aligned with Confederation College Engineering technology programs through SHSM programs (Manufacturing and Construction). Target Group: Students in Grade 11 and 12 drafting courses aspiring to college engineering Technology programs. Selection Process:Students in Grade 11 and 12 drafting courses demonstrating an aptitude and success in the subject and enrolled in SHMS programs.The program will be delivered in the Thunder Bay Catholic DSB High Schools with classes delivered at the college one day per month. Some student transportation will be required.

 College Link and Jump Start

Schools

College Course

Type

College Link - Lakehead DSB

College Jump Start -Thunder Bay CDSB

GE 113 - Building Skills for Success (JEB4T)

Top-up Courses

(variety of courses within the college)

 

College Delivered

  

  

 College Link and Jump Start are secondary programs offered by the respective school boards at Confederation College. Both are student success programs emphasizing communication, literacy and planning for the future. Students complete credits with the goal of earning an OSSD. The dual-credits provide students the opportunity to experience college, earn a credit, and therefore be better prepared for the future

 College Now

Schools

College Course

Type

All Thunder Bay

 High Schools

GE 113 - Building Skills for Success (JEB4T)

MM 103 – Digital Photography (AFI4T)

CU 130 – Baking and Pastry Arts (TUE4T)

TP 155 – Tech. Studies (Trades) (TAP4T)

MC155 - Microsoft Applications (IBI4T)

Top-up Courses

(variety of courses within the college)

College Delivered

 

  

  

High School students can attend college with an opportunity to earn credits by participating in college courses that count towards their secondary school diploma and their college diploma or certification. The College Now program provides opportunities to explore career prospects and helps ensure a successful transition to college. Dual credit courses also engage students to the college setting and culture, provide a smooth transition from secondary to post secondary education. Evidence has shown that dual credit programs increase the likelihood of graduation success and reduce dropout  rates.

 

Math Attack MCT4C

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

St. Ignatius H.S.

 

 

MCT4C - Mathematics for College Technology

MA115 – Mathematics 1

Team Taught

Math Attack focuses on the deliver  MCT4c in alignment with the college requirements in the MA115 (Mathematics l) program. Student technical math knowledge and skills are developed to support MCT4C / MA115 concurrently. Grade 12 students (ie SHSM, disengaged and under achieving students with the potential to succeed but who are at risk of not graduating)  in the college pathway with intentions of pursuing trades and technology post-secondary education and careers. Student s will enter the MAP4C course through their course option selection at the high school. Students who enroll in MCT4C  will be provided the opportunity to engage in the MA115 dual credit program. Students will attend classes in their home school with monthly visits to the college to attend classes.