Industrial Arts

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The Industrial Arts strand under the Technical-Vocational-Livelihood track provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills they need for employment. These include technical and manual skills in: Carpentry and construction; Electrical and Electronics; Automotives and Driving; Repair and installation; Welding; Plumbing.

Aside from working right after you graduate or running your own business, another path you can take is to pursue a college degree. If you are planning to further your studies, here are some of the courses that you can take for college:

  • Industrial Engineering
  • Industrial Design
  • Mechanical Designing
  • Applied Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
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