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With a Manufacturing 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 Manufacturing 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.




A Manufacturing SHSM may be for you if you are interested in any of the following careers:

Apprenticeship Training

-  Die Designer
-  Electrician
​-  Electrician, Plant Maintenance

​-  Industrial Instrument Mechanic

​-  Millwright - Industrial

​-  Mould Maker

​-  Precision Machinist

​-  Precision Metal Fabricator

​-  Roll Grinder/Turner

​-  Tool and Cutter Grinder

​-  Tool and Die Maker

​-  Welder

​-  Welder Fitter


-  Buyer

-  Chemical Production
   Engineering Technologist
​-  Design and Drafting Technologist

​-  Electronics Engineering
and Technician

​-  Industrial Engineering Technologist
    and Technician

​-  Instrumentation and Control
   Technologist and Technician

​-  Inventory Analyst

​-  Manufacturing

​-  Material Supervisor/Material
   Control Manager

​-  Mechanial Engineering Technologist

​-  Photonics Technologist
   and Technician

​-  Production and Quality
   Control Technologist

-  Stationary Engineer
​-  Technical Sales Specialist


-  Chemical Engineer
-  Electrical Engineer
​-  Engineer, Computer
   Integrated Manufacturing

​-  Industrial and
   Manufacturing Engineer

​-  Mechanical Engineer

​-  Metallurgical Engineer

​-  Production Engineer


-  Foundry Worker
-  Inventory Clerk
​-  Labourer, Material Handling

​-  Machine Operator, Metal Machining

​-  Motor Vehicle Assembler ​-  Solderer

A Manufacturing SHSM will provide students with an assortment of the following TRAININGS AND CERTIFICATIONS specific to the Manufacturing sector:

-  Standard First Aid

-  Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation
   CPR - Level A


​-  CAD/CAM (computer-aided design 
   and computer-aided manufacturing)

​-  Canadian Welding Bureau
   (CWB) - flat

​-  Confined Space Awareness

​-  Elevated Work Platforms

​-  Fall Protection

​-  Hoisting and Rigging

​-  Lift Truck Safety

​-  Lockout/Tagging

​-  Peronsal Protective
    Equipment - Manufacturing

​-  Propane Safety ​-  Transportation of Dangerous Goods



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