Industrial Arts Strand

Industrial Arts Strand

Technical Livelihood Education subjects under this track are following the TESDA curriculum so if you are thinking of taking any of technical-vocational courses, this is the strand you should take. Industrial Arts will provide you the skills and knowledge on carpentry, automotive servicing, driving, electronics repair, electrical installation, welding, plumbing, and tile setting.

Which schools offer this strand?

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What are the subjects in this strand?

This course offers different specializations from car mechanics to transmission line installation. You should also expect subjects on domestic refrigeration and airconditioning servicing, electrical installation and maintenance, power distribution line construction, mechatronics, and masonry.

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What can I do after SHS?

Look forward to immediate jobs after taking up this strand. You can work as painter, pipe filler, welder, mason, pottery maker, shoemaker, foreman, or bag maker. If you got the guts and capital to start a business venture, you can open a hardware, masonry shop, souvenir shop, or building contractor.

If you are pursuing an undergraduate degree in college, you can take up industrial engineering, mechanical designing, applied technology, or mechanical engineering.

Other High School Tracks

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Physical education and recreation

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Design, performative, and creative industry

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