Trade and Industrial Education

tradeTrade and Industrial Education is a secondary program designed to prepare students for careers in public service, industry, and the trade occupations through a sequence of learning experiences. Instructional units are provided in the use of layout, design, production, processes, assembly, quality control, maintenance, and service of industrial, commercial, and residential goods and products.

As a component of workforce development education, Trade and Industrial Education provides students the opportunity to advance in a wide range of trade and industrial occupations by preparing them for initial employment, further education at the community college or university level, and/or business ownership. The major industrial areas are construction, manufacturing, transportation, communication, and public services. A balanced program of classroom study and practical work experiences produces competent workers who can manage resources, work cooperatively, organize and use information, understand complex systems, and apply appropriate technology. Cooperative education, internship, and apprenticeship experiences are available through the Trade and Industrial Education program.

Opportunities to develop and apply interpersonal leadership, social, civic, and business-related skills are provided through SkillsUSA, the vocational student organization for Trade and Industrial Education students. As an integral part of the Trade and Industrial Education program, SkillsUSA activities enhance classroom instruction through leadership and teamwork activities. These activities directly relate to the major objectives of Trade and Industrial Education.
 
 
 
Courses Offered:
  • Automotive Service 
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  • Automotive Brakes 
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  • Automotive Computer System Diagnostics
     
  • Automotive Electrical
  • Computer Engineering Technology I
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  • Computer Engineering Technology II
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  • Construction Technology I
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  • Construction Technology II
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  • Construction Technology III
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  • Digital Media I
     
  • Advanced Digital Media 
     
  • Drafting I
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  • Drafting II - Architectural
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  • Electrical Trades I
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  • Electrical Trades II
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  • Core and Sustainable Construction
     
  • Masonry I
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  • Masonry II

    Motorsports I

    Motorsports II
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  • Networking I
     
  • Network Engineering Technology II - Cisco
  • Plumbing I
  • Plumbing II
  • Trade and Industrial Advanced Studies
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  • Welding Technology I
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  • Welding Technology II
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