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With an Information and Communications Technology Specialist High Skills Major, students focus on a career path to match their skills and interests in this sector. By making courses more relevant to students, kids get a better understanding of the Information and Communications Technology sector because they learn it in a real world environment. Students learn on the job with employers through Co-op and Experiential Learning opportunities, as well as in school. At graduation they receive a specially designated diploma.

An Information and Communications Technology SHSM may be for you if you are interested in any of the following careers:


Apprenticeship Training

-  Computer Network Technician

-  Help Desk Technology
   Support Analyst
​-  Telecommunications Installation 
   and Repair/Network Cabling
   Specialist
​-  Telecommunications Line and
   Cable Worker


College

-  Audio and Video
   Recording Technician
-  Broadcast Technician

​-  Electrical and Electronics
    Engineering Technologist
    and Technician

​-  Electronic Service Technician


​-  Film and Video Camera Operator

​-  Graphic Designer,
   Illustrator, Animator

​-  Systems Testing Technician

​-  User Support Technician

​-  Web Designer and Developer


University

-  Computer Engineer


-  Computer Programmer and Interactive Media Developer
​-  Information Systems Analyst

​-  Software Engineer and Designer

​-  Technical Sales Specialist


Workplace

-  Desktop Publishing Operator



-  Residential and Commercial
   Installer and Servicer -
   Satellite Dish Installer
-  Retail Salesperson and Sales Clerk

-  Telecommunications Cable Installer
    Helper and Splicer Helper
 

An Information and Communications Technology SHSM will provide students with an assortment of the following TRAININGS AND CERTIFICATIONS specific to the Information and Communications Technology sector:

-  Standard First Aid
-  Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation
   CPR - Level A
​-  WHMIS

​-  Counterfeit detection

​-  Customer service

​-  Computer hardware
​-  Digital lighting

​-  Electrical safety

​-  Electronics - basic

​-  Equipment interfacing

​-  Elevated work platforms
​-  Ergonomics

​-  Fall protectionn

​-  Health and Safety - basic

​-  Intellectual property

​-  Internet security

​-  Lighting and sound
    equipment maintenance

​-  Network cabling


​-  Network configuration

​-  Photography

​-  Recording equipment

​-  Software

​-  Technical support

 
 
 
 
 
   


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