In middle years, Technical Vocational Education generates interest and engagement in practical, hands-on activities among our middles years through various activities within our industrial arts shops, home economic kitchens, and sewing centres.
At the high school level, we offer a wide range of technical vocational programming at two of our major centres: Helen Betty Osborne Inninew Education Resource Centre and Northern Technical Centre at Frontier Collegiate. Programming includes:
- Culinary Arts
When facilities are unavailable, our mobile trades trailers allow for programming such as introductory activities in woodworking, welding and mechanics.
Frontier also provides access to Technical Vocational programming in four major program areas:
- 4 + 1 Program
- Engaged Learners Program
- Expanded Options Program
These programs provide introductory and exploratory opportunity for Technical Vocational Education in a variety of areas: carpentry, computer programming, culinary arts, design media, drone technology, gaming, geographic positioning systems, hair-styling, mechanics, robotics, and welding to name a few.
Northern Skills Competition
Frontier School Division also has students participate in the Northern Skills competition as part of the Skills Manitoba and Skills Canada competitions.
For more information, please contact:Grant Kreuger
Technical Vocational Coordinatorgrant.firstname.lastname@example.org Garry Neufeld
Technical Vocational Project Officergarry.email@example.com