Programs

Senior High School

Technical-Vocational Track – Industrial Arts Strand

In Senior High School, students are equipped and prepared with the needed skills and knowledge to be job-ready upon graduating. This bridges the job-skills mismatch that has left many of our country’s young graduates unemployed despite the continued growth of the economy, especially in the manufacturing industry.

In Grade 11, the students are prepared to transition from students to workplace contributors through in-class learning where they gain basic knowledge, skills, and attitude needed to jumpstart their careers in the manufacturing industry.

In Grade 12, we have partnered with FPIP locators (manufacturing companies who are in the industrial park) to enlist our students for an immersive and progressive training at the workplace for one school year where they can apply and practice what they have learned in the actual work setting. In addition, they get to meet industry professionals who have pursued the same career path and learn from their experience.

We at FIRST School are committed to accelerating the success of our students by elevating their learning experience through skills-based assessment, project-based learning, and personalized instruction through technology. Our senior high school specializations are Mechatronics Servicing (MS), Electrical Installation and Maintenance (EIM), and Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (EPAS). FIRST School strives to prepare senior high school students to be “ready for work” upon completion of Grades 11 and 12 through a curriculum that blends theoretical learning from classroom discussions and practical instruction from workshops, laboratories, and work-based training.

Programs

Mechatronics Servicing

Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing

Electrical Installation and Maintenance

Mechatronics Servicing

Mechatronics Servicing program offers background installing, configuring and testing mechatronics and automation devices such as electro pneumatics and PLC systems.

Some of the core competencies that you will acquire in this program are:

  • Planning and Preparing Mechatronics and Automation devices
  • Configuring Mechatronics and Automation devices
  • Maintaining Mechatronics and Automation devices
  • Repairing Mechatronics and Automation devices, and;
  • Inspecting and Testing Mechatronics and Automation system

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of Mechatronics Servicing shall be able to:

  • Apply the core competencies in their senior high school program to secure a career aligned to mechatronics servicing.
  • Become a Mechatronics Servicing NC II holder.
  • Be a part of delivering services to the community through technical expertise.

Career Path

  • PLC Programmer
  • Automation Technician
  • Mechatronics Technician

Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing

Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing offers a background in assembling, disassembling and troubleshooting consumer electronic products, preparing printed circuit board modules and installing industrial electronic products.

Some of the core competencies that you will acquire in this program are:

  • Assemble and Disassemble electronic products
  • Preparing and making printed circuit board modules
  • Mounting and soldering electronic components
  • Test and inspect assembled electronic products
  • Install electronic products and system
  • Diagnose faults and defects of electronic products and system, and;
  • Maintain and repair electronic products and system

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing shall be able to:

  • Apply the core competencies in their senior high school program to secure a career aligned to electrical installation and maintenance.
  • Become an Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II holder.
  • Be a part in delivering services to the community through technical expertise

Career Path

  • Electronic Product Assembler
  • Domestic Appliance Service Technician
  • Audio – Video Service Technician
  • Industrial Electronic Technician
  • Electronic Product Line Assembler
  • Factory Production Worker

Electrical Installation and Maintenance

Electrical Installation and maintenance offers background in installing and maintaining electrical wiring, lighting and related equipment and systems such as CCTV and FDAS.

Some of the core competencies that you will acquire in this program are:

  • Preparing cable pulling and installation
  • Perform wiring and cabling layout for single-phase distribution, power, lighting, and auxiliary system.
  • Perform roughing-in activities
  • Installing electrical protective devices, lighting fixtures, and auxiliary outlets.
  • Diagnosing installed electrical wiring

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of Electrical Installation and Maintenance shall be able to:

  • Apply the core competencies in their senior high school program to secure a career aligned to electrical installation and maintenance.
  • Become an Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II holder.
  • Be a part in delivering services to the community through technical expertise

Career Path

  • Building – Wiring Electrician
  • Residential / Commercial – Wiring Electrician
  • Maintenance Electrician
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