///Arts & Culture: Sector-Recognized Certifications and Training
Arts & Culture: Sector-Recognized Certifications and Training2018-11-02T13:35:18+00:00

Arts & Culture: Sector-Recognized Certifications and Training

The SHSM in Arts and Culture requires students to complete:

  • six (6) sector-recognized certifications and/or training courses,
  • of these six (6), three (3) are in areas that are compulsory,
  • the remaining three (3) are to be chosen from the list in the following chart.

These requirements are summarized in the chart below.

Arts and Culture: Sector-Recognized Certifications and Training

  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Level C – includes automated external defibrillation (AED)
  • Standard first Aid
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) – generic (i.e., not site-specific) instruction
  • Advanced training in a technique (e.g., figure drawing, conducting, sewing)
  • Advanced training in a technology (e.g., 3D printing, laser cutting, Serato)
  • Advanced training in an art form (e.g., mime, tap-dance, improvisation)
  • Advanced training in art therapy
  • Audition preparation
  • Basic electrical safety
  • Beauty Specialist Certification Program- three-part-course
  • Curatorial techniques
  • Customer service
  • Elevated work platforms
  • Events coordination
  • Fall protection
  • Framing and matting
  • Game design
  • Health and safety – basic
  • Innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship
  • Instructor certification
  • Interactive art forms
  • Ladder safety training
  • Leadership skills
  • Lighting and sound equipment maintenance
  • Makeup/cosmetology
  • Musical instrument repair
  • Portfolio development
  • Project management
  • Proper lifting and carrying techniques
  • Proposal/grant writing
  • Pyrotechnics
  • Recording equipment
  • Safe Lifting
  • Sector-specific software 1 (e.g., animation, graphic arts)
  • Sector-specific software 2 (e.g., photography)
  • Stage combat
  • Technical staging
  • Working at Heights
  • Wrapping and taping for performance and injury