Information and Communication Technology SHSM Sector

The SHSM–Information and Communications Technology enables students to build a foundation of sector-focused knowledge and skills before graduating and entering apprenticeship training, college, university, or an entry-level position in the workplace. Where local circumstances allow, boards may elect to offer one or more variants of the SHSM in a given sector, each with a particular area of focus. This SHSM may be designed to have a particular focus – for example, on communication systems, computer systems, or software and digital media. This focus is achieved through the selection of the four major credits in the bundle.

Flashpoint Certifications

Customer Service
Leadership
Portfolio Development
Project Management

Ergonomics and Safe Lifting
CPR Level C/AED
Standard First Aid
WHMIS

Compulsory

CPR C – AED
Standard First Aid
WHMIS – generic (i.e., not site-specific) instruction

Electives

advanced training in a technique (e.g., website design, coding, digital lighting, search engine optimization) interfacing equipment computer hardware specialized skills training program/competition
anti-oppression and allyship training ladder safety training customer service Working at Heights
CISCO networking lighting and sound equipment maintenance elevated work platforms
counterfeit detection network cabling fall protection
electronics – basic portfolio development health and safety – basic
ergonomics recording equipment intellectual property
first aid/CPR/AED awareness sector-specific software 2 Internet security
technical support leadership skills
advanced training in a technology lockout/tagging
network configuration
project management