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Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board
School Within A College (SWAC)

Secondary Credits 
Days/Wk 5
# wks 4
Hrs/Day 5
Term Summer
Campus/City HMC/
Mississauga
Courses Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience
Dual Credit Codes BOA4T
College Codes HUMN16693G
Students will work on one college course and one secondary course through the Credit Recovery Model or an OLT designation via the OLC course.

Course Descriptions:

Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to principles and theories related to interpersonal communication. It takes an interdisciplinary approach that draws on principles of psychology, sociology, philosophy, and communications theory. This approach is based on the assumption that effective interpersonal communication is closely related to matters of personal growth and development. Topics include verbal and non-verbal communication processes, listening, perception, personality, motivation, leadership, defensiveness, conflict, stress, culture and gender. As well as examining theoretical principles, students are encouraged to reflect upon their communication needs, strengths and weaknesses by completing self-diagnostic exercises. Students are provided with opportunities to develop and enhance their personal and professional communications skills. Learning through the use of Interactive Lectures, Audio and Video Clips, Demonstrations, Role Plays, Individual and Group Activities, Presentations, Discussions, and Guest speakers.


Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board
Introduction to Construction Trades

Secondary Credits  1
Days/Wk 5
# wks 4
Hrs/Day 4
Term Summer
Campus/City Skills Training Centre/
Brampton
Courses Introduction to Construction Trades
Dual Credit Codes TSL4T
College Codes MACH16367

College Course Description:

Introduction to Construction Trades

Students learn a variety of working techniques applicable to the construction industry such as: Carpentry, framing, dry walling, taping and finishing. Students are involved in the building of structures, the installation of wire items including lights, electrical receptacles and switches, etc. Students also experience the basic fundamentals of installing plumbing fixtures.


Halton Catholic District School Board
Introduction to Drawing Systems

Secondary Credits  1
Days/Wk 5
# wks 3
Hrs/Day 4
Term Summer
Campus/City Trafalgar/
Oakville
Courses Introduction to Drawing Systems
Dual Credit Codes AFD4T
College Codes DESN19667

College Course Description:

Introduction to Drawing Systems

Students are introduced to instruction on how to represent and convert three-dimensional objects using analytical drawing systems. Approaches include line, form, perspective and value. Students use a variety of media for projects developed from concept sketch to final artwork. In addition, they learn to use appropriate terminology linking traditional modes to contemporary applications. Through sequential assignments, interactive lectures, demonstrations and critiques, students draw, render and generate a variety of visual presentations.


Halton Catholic District School Board
Introduction to Industrial Trades

Secondary Credits  1
Days/Wk 5
# wks 4
Hrs/Day 4
Term Summer
Campus/City Skills Training Centre/
Brampton
Courses Introduction to Industrial Trades
Dual Credit Codes TRQ4T
College Codes MACH17370

College Course Description:

Introduction to Industrial Trades

Students are introduced to a variety of machining techniques applicable to the machining and tooling manufacturing sectors such as: Tool and Die Maker, Tooling tool Maker, General Machinist, Machine Tool Builder and Integrator, Pattern Maker. Students practice the safe setup and operation of different types of machine tools including: Engine Lathes, Milling Machines, Drill Presses, Pedestal Grinders. Students are taught safe lifting techniques, as well as rigging and hoisting. Students also learn to assemble and disassemble mechanical equipment such as motors, gear boxes etc. Students are exposed to the basic fundamentals of oxy-fuel cutting, brazing and welding, plasma cutting, as well as shielded metal arc welding.


Peel District School Board
Introduction to Industrial Trades

Secondary Credits  1
Days/Wk 5
# wks 4
Hrs/Day 4
Term Summe
Campus/City Skills Training Centre/
Brampton
Courses Introduction to Industrial Trades
Dual Credit Codes TRQ4T
College Codes MACH17370

College Course Description:

Introduction to Industrial Trades

Students are introduced to a variety of machining techniques applicable to the machining and tooling manufacturing sectors such as: Tool and Die Maker, Tooling tool Maker, General Machinist, Machine Tool Builder and Integrator, Pattern Maker. Students practice the safe setup and operation of different types of machine tools including: Engine Lathes, Milling Machines, Drill Presses, Pedestal Grinders. Students are taught safe lifting techniques, as well as rigging and hoisting. Students also learn to assemble and disassemble mechanical equipment such as motors, gear boxes etc. Students are exposed to the basic fundamentals of oxy-fuel cutting, brazing and welding, plasma cutting, as well as shielded metal arc welding.


Peel District School Board
School Within A College (SWAC)

Secondary Credits  1
Days/Wk 5
# wks 7
Hrs/Day 6
Term Summer
Campus/City HMC/Mississauga
Courses Wellness and Healthy Living
Dual Credit Codes HRB4T
College Codes HEAL13271G
Students will work on one college course and one secondary course through the Credit Recovery Model or an OLT designation via the OLC course.

College Course Description:

Wellness and Healthy Living 

Students investigate their own personal well-being through the exploration of the fundamental principles of physical and mental health. These principles are applied to various day-to-day activities or issues, allowing the student to make positive decisions that lead to a healthy lifestyle. Topics covered include: dealing with stress, exercise and physical fitness, nutrition, sexual health, substance and non-substance addiction, personal safety, and environmentally- friendly health choices. Through interactive lectures and online activities, students use this information to self-reflect and learn more about themselves on a personal level.