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Walter Murray Collegiate
Inspiring Learning
Skilled Trades of Construction (STOC)
SKILLED TRADES OF CONSTRUCTION ADVANTAGE
Students enrolled in the Skilled Trades of Construction (STOC) program will have the opportunity to earn two credits in Practical and Applied Arts. The program is offered afternoons during the second semester.

Students will learn practical and theoretical knowledge in seven different construction sub trades including: electrical, framing, site surveying, interior finishing, exterior finishing, concrete forming and finishing. The course involves a combination of theory, practical labs and on-site construction. The final class project will involve constructing and finishing a garage on site.
 
DIVERSE COMMUNITY
STOC is open to all students in grades 11 or 12. Students can be registered in another Saskatoon Public Schools collegiate and attend morning classes at their home school.
 
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS AND COST
Students will be supplied with their own hard hats and safety glasses. Participants will need to supply their own steel-toe boots. There will be a $75 fee for a certified fall protection course.
 
APPLICATION PROCESS
Potential STOC participants need to contact Walter Murray’s Student Services office to register for the course.
 
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Framing
  • Electrical
  • Surveying
  • Interior finishing
  • Exterior finishing
  • Plumbing
  • Apprenticeship hours
  • On-site experience
CREDITS
  • Practical and Applied Arts 30A and 30B

For more information download the Skilled Trades of Construction program brochure.