Advanced Industrial Technologies
Course: Advanced Industrial Technologies
Pathway: Electrical, Millwright, Instrumentation or Power Engineering
Grades: 10 – 12
Location: Science and Technology Centre
Perquisite: Beginning Industrial Technologies
Description: The advanced level of Industrial Technologies at Father Patrick Mercredi delivers a unique and elite experience to high school students who are interested in Electrical, Millwright, Instrumentation, Power Engineering or other associated technologies.
At this level, the learning systems can operate independently, or be combined together in different configurations to simulate additional complex processes needed for a wide variety of trades and technical careers.
Students will have the opportunity to explore multiple sectors of these technology areas as well as identify the link between post-secondary education and potential careers. In addition, students will acquire teamwork skills and individual technical skills that will translate to all careers in the workforce as well as home maintenance and other related tasks.
Completion of this advanced industrial technologies course provides you with the opportunity to get the academic and practical hands-on training that, before now, could only be gained by being employed as an apprentice.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will have a competitive advantage when seeking an apprenticeship or when applying for admission into post-secondary institutions.
Contact InfoFather Mercredi High School 455 Silin Forest Rd Fort McMurray, AB, T9H 4V6 Phone: (780) 799-5725 Fax: (780) 799-5740
To report attendance General Inquiries
Mrs. Natasha MacArthur-Poole
Mr. Brendan Toner Grade 7 and 10
Mrs. Connie Farrell Grade 9 and 11
Mrs. Deborah Kitching Grade 8 and 12
Ms. Kate MacDonald (extension 5413)
Mrs. Trudy Finnson (extension 5512)
Classroom Support Teachers
Christa DeMerchant (extension 5415)
Jeff Power (extension 5416)
Science & Technology Centre
FNMI Aboriginal Liaisons
TrudieAnn Plamondon (extension 5477) Grade 10-12
Kayla Aikins (extension 5516) Grade 7-9