Metal Mechanical Trade Sampler

Instructor:​ ​Alan Feustel, red seal Tool and Die Maker and Technology Education teacher
​Location: ​Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School
​Program start date:

​Semester 2, full time Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 3:30 pm

One Work Experience Day - Wednesday

Course Credits:

24 graduation credits

​​Metal fabricating and Machining 11 (TSITA12A)

Metal fabricating and Machining 12 (TSITA12B)
Drafting and Design 11 (TSITA12C)
A & W Math 11 (AWM 11)

Workforce Training Certificate (WTC 12)

Work Experience 12A (WEX 12A)

​Field Trips:

Industry field trips to welding, fabricating, machining, heavy duty shops.

*NIC trade program sessions. Students may spend several days in the different NIC trades facilities working with NIC instructors.

​Application:​ ​Interested students should fill out an ACE IT application and note MMTS for program.
​Co-op portion: After the initial part of the program is complete and a few tours of industry taken, students will be set up on Work Experience 12A placements to make industry connection. 

* This program follows the school district calendar

Course description:


Metal Mechanical Trade Sampler is a program for students that would like to explore a variety of Metal and Mechanics related trades to see what is their best fit. It is designed to be flexible  with program structure and delivery so that field trips and projects can be worked on. Students that take this program will be given high priority for an Trades in Train program. Upon the completion of the program, students will have what industry is looking for: a good work ethic, a positive attitude, skills for the workplace, and knowledge about the apprenticeship system.



Applying: See your Work Experience office to be put on the list and to receive a district application.
Space is limited to 16 students.
Sheet Metal