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LACOVIA HIGH SCHOOL

"Through Toil to the Stars"

Lacovia High School

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CSEC
Industrial Technology Building
Industrial Technology Mechanical
Industrial Technology Electrical
Technical Drawing

CAPE
BMED

NCTVET
Building Construction
Electrical Technology
Electrical Installation
Plumbing
Welding
Auto Mechanics

 

DEPARTMENT SPECIALIZATIONS

Department Members:

The courses in Industrial Arts are delivered by a cadre of competent teachers with years of experiences in teaching at all levels of the Jamaican education system and who have earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from various well-recognized universities worldwide.

 

The members of the Industrial Arts Department are:

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Mr. Howard Hanniford

Acting H.O.D.
Industrial Arts

Teacher of Electrical Technology

The Lacovia High School Industrial Technology Department provides a team of professional teachers devoted to transform the lives of budding youngster through skills training in the Twenty First Century. The different Technical Vocational areas offered in the Industrial Technology Department are: Building and Furniture Technology/Carpentry, Electrical Installation/Electrical and Electronic Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology/Welding and Fabrication, Auto-Mechanic, Plumbing, and Technical Drawing (Architectural/Mechanical Drawing).


The department is strategically designed to offer critical skillsets to our students (human capital) which provides the requisite skills in nation building and by extension the global workforce.

MS. GEORGIA ELLIS - Technical Drawing & BMED
MR. ANDREW TENNANT - Plumbing
MR. KURT LEDGISTER - Electrical Installation
MR. JAVON WHEATLEY - Technical Drawing & BMED

MR. YITSAK MILLER - Industrial Technology - Mechanic

MR. DEVOY WHEATLEY - Industrial Technology - Building

MR. ALFRED SALMON - Mechanical Engineering / Welding & Fabrication

“Whatever Your Mind Can Conceive and Believe, It Can Achieve” – Napoleon Hill.


In fact, many students have excelled and become Architects, Engineers, Furniture Builders, Welders, Mechanics, and Plumbers. Only a few persons who have received training in the Industrial Technology Department later filtered into other occupational areas.
It is our vision to see cohesion and collaboration among all stakeholders of the Industrial Technology Department, as we soar and become the driving force for effective transformation in a globally competitive world.