Apprenticeship and Workplace Mathematics courses focus on the application of mathematical concepts and skills to real-world contexts, enabling learners to make connections between school mathematics and the workplace. This course may be suitable for learners who plan to enter a trade, pursue post-secondary studies at a college, or enter the workforce directly after graduation from high school. Topics in this course include problem solving, spatial reasoning, measurement, angles and geometry, proportional reasoning, and income.
Units of Study
- Unit Pricing and Currency Exchange
- Earning an Income
- Length, Area, and Volume
- Mass, Temperature, and Volume
- Angles and Parallel Lines
- Similarity of Figures
- Trigonometry of Right Triangles
DLC Supplied Resources
E-Text: MathWorks 10, Borgen, K, Edwards, C., Harrysingh-Klassen, S, Healy, M., & Yuill, C.
Suggested Career Pathways
- Sheet Metal Worker