High School Career & Technology Studies (CTS)
Each CTS Module is 1 credit and takes approximately 25 hours to complete.
CTS Courses at School of Hope
This is a bundle of three CTS modules. It includes the pre-requisite safety module for the Off-Campus courses, HCS3000.
Business, Administration, Finance & Information Technology (BIT)
The BIT cluster focuses on the management, marketing and use of electronic technologies to access, use and manipulate information within personal, family, workplace, community and global contexts. Students are challenged to expand their confidence, experience and skills as innovators and leaders.
Career Transitions (CTR)
Career Transition courses help students prepare for the transition from school to the workplace. Through such CTS courses as safety and career readiness, students learn to see themselves as agents of change, innovators and leaders, of their future goals. You are strong encouraged to complete one CTR module during each year of high school.
Health, Recreation and Human Services (HRH)
The HRH cluster focuses on a vast array of challenging and rewarding careers in health care, community supports, recreation, cosmetology, food services, tourism, and law.
Media, Design & Communication Arts (MDC)
The MDC cluster is designed to provide student s the flexibility to adapt to various situations relating to design, communication and aesthetics. Courses relate to art and culture, such as the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, fashion, libraries and museums
Natural Resources (NAT)
The NAT cluster focuses on conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources. Students develop the motivation and commitment to work individually and collectively as private citizens and members of the workforce toward the conservation and responsible use of air, energy, forests, land, minerals, water and wildlife.
Trades, Manufacturing & Transportation (TMT)
The TMT cluster focuses on skills and knowledge related to the design, construction, fabrication and maintenance of a product. Courses relate to manufacturing, processing, utilities, construction, mechanics, fabrication, trades supervision, trades contracting, logistics, transportation and heavy equipment.
If there are other CTS modules other than the ones above that interest you, we can register you with Alberta Distance Learning for specific modules: https://www.adlc.ca/courses/