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Skilled Trades Learning Outcomes

Unit 1: Skilled Trades Living
SCO 1: Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the history, evolution, and societal
impact of the skilled trades.
SCO 2: Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of skilled trades training and
apprenticeship.
SCO 3: Students will be expected to demonstrate an awareness of labour standards and safety regulations.
SCO 4: Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the economics and employment
opportunities for work in the skilled trades.
SCO 5: Students will select appropriate artifacts to demonstrate learning throughout Skilled Trades 10 to be
included in their LifeWork Portfolio.
SCO 6: Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the nature of work and working
conditions in the skilled trades.
SCO 7: Students will be expected to describe the essential skill sets required for success in the skilled trades.
Unit 2: Safety
SCO 8: Students will be expected to demonstrate an understand of and apply workplace health and safety
practices and procedures.
SCO 9: Students will be expected to demonstrate knowledge of how to use tools and equipment safely and to
identify safety risks and hazards in the workplace.
SCO 10: Students will be expected to know how to use and maintain personal protective equipment.
Suggestions for Assessment.

Unit 3: Measurement and Calculation for Trades
SCO 11: Students will be expected to interpret and apply various systems of measurement.
SCO 12: Students will be expected to perform trades-related calculations.
SCO 13: Students will be expected to demonstrate an ability to use various measuring tools and devices.
SCO 14: Students will be expected to scale and convert trades-related documents.
Unit 4: Tools and Materials of the Skilled Trades
SCO 15: Students will be expected to describe and apply safety requirements for using tools and equipment
SCO 16: Students will be expected to describe the characteristics of professional quality tool design and
construction.
SCO 17: Students will be expected to identify appropriate hand tools for a range of applications.
SCO 18: Students will be expected to demonstrate an ability to safely use and maintain hand tools.
SCO 19: Students will be expected to identify appropriate portable power and battery-operated tools for a range
of applications.
SCO 20: Students will be expected to demonstrate an ability to safely use and maintain portable power and
battery-operated tools.
SCO 22: Students will be expected to demonstrate an ability to safely use and maintain stationary power tools,
equipment, and machinery.
SCO 23: Students will be expected to demonstrate the ability to select, identify, use, and store trades-related
materials.
SCO 24: Students will be expected to demonstrate an ability to work safely at levels above grade.

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