Technical Vocational Education (TVE)
Technical Vocational Education (TVE) is an educational pathway that provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to perform specific tasks and roles within various industries. TVE gives students the opportunity to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of one trained occupation in order to facilitate their transition from school to work or to post-secondary education in that trained occupation, or into an associated discipline.
TVE is focused on practical training and hands-on experience, preparing students for the workforce in a particular field, trade or vocation. PTC is offering the Networking & Cyber Security program which will equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the demanding and highly sought-after careers in Cyber security. In Manitoba, TVE serves to address and encourage students to explore career options in trades and technology. TVE allows students to apply their learning using an interdisciplinary and cross-curricular approach.
NETWORKING & CYBER SECURITY consists of a cluster of courses for high school students interested in pursuing a future career in a technology-related field such as:
- Cyber Security Analyst
- Cyber Security Forensic Analyst
- Information Security Manager
- Network Administrator
- Network Security Engineer
- Penetration Tester
- Security Consultant
The course offerings in Networking and Cyber Security allow students to develop skills in the following areas: analytical, problem-solving, communication, teamwork, adaptability and technical.
Students interested in following their pursuit of technology-related studies in post-secondary can explore the following:
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