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Skills Ontario Provincial Competitions

Congratulations on the Gold-medal winning performances of the ETOBICOKE C.I.  students listed below who have also been registered to participate in the Skills Ontario Provincial Competitions at the Toronto Congress Centre on May 2 (1 day competitions) and May 1-2 (2 day competitions).



COMPETITORS

SURNAME

COMPETITORS

FIRST NAME

COMPETITION

CATEGORY

COMPETITION DAY

TEACHER ADVISOR

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

Wei

Botao

CAM

May 2

Wendell Straker

YES

Wray

Justin

Mechanical CAD

May 2

Wendell Straker

YES

Bartsch

Ryan

Robotics Team of 4

May 1-2

Wendell Straker

YES

Talalla

Lucas

Robotics Team of 4

May 1-2

Wendell Straker

YES

Wray

Evan

Robotics Team of 4

May 1-2

Wendell Straker

YES

Olyowoeye

Joshua

Robotics Team of 4

May 1-2

Wendell Straker

YES

Rzepka

Christopher

Robotics Team of 2

May 2

Wendell Straker

YES

Rzepka

Nathaniel

Robotics Team of 2

May 2

Wendell Straker

YES

 

2017 TDSB TECHNOLOGICAL SKILLS COMPETITION RESULTS


           


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    GOLD - ROBOTICS 


    GOLD - ROBOTICS & CONTROL SYSTEMS







    GOLD - MECHANICAL CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) 


    GOLD - CAM (Computerized Aided Manufacturing)


    SILVER - PRECISION MACHINING 

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          TEAM ECI would be participating in the 2017 TDSB Technological Skills Competition on March 8, 2017 at Weston CI in 5 areas:

    1. ROBOTICS     www.skillsontario.com/index.php?p=download&file=552

    2. ROBOTICS & CONTROL SYSTEMS

    3. MECHANICAL CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) 

    4. CAM (Computerized Aided Manufacturing)

    5. PRECISION MACHINING

    All of our participants are from Grade 11 & 12; Robotics & Control Systems, Mechanical & Industrial Design and Manufacturing Technology Courses.

    ROBOTICS - Team of four (Evan Wray, Lucas Tallala, Joshua Olowoyeye and Ryan Bartsch)

    ROBOTICS & CONTROL SYSTEMS - Team of two (Nathaniel Rzepka and Christopher Rzepka)

    MECHANICAL CAD (Justin Wray)

    CAM (Botao Wei)

    PRECISION MACHINING (Egor Loboda) 

    Note: Our students must win GOLD to represent the TDSB at the Provincials

     

    ECI TDSB TECHNOLOGICAL SKILLS COMPETITION HISTORY

    2016

    Precision Machining - Gold

    Mechanical CAD - Gold and Silver

    Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) - Gold

    2015

    Mechanical CAD - Gold

    Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) - Gold

    Robotics - Gold

    Robotics and Control Systems - Silver

    2014

    Precision Machining - Gold

    Mechanical CAD - Gold, Silver and Bronze

    2013

    Precision Machining - Gold and Silver

    Mechanical CAD - Gold and Silver

    2012

    Precision Machining - Silver and Bronze

    Mechanical CAD - Gold and Silver

    OTSC will move to TORONTO CONGRESS CENTRE IN 2017

    Skills Ontario Competition - Secondary

    Taking place May 1-3 , 2017, the Skills Ontario Competition is Canada's largest skilled trade and technology competition. 

    The Skills Ontario Competition offers a unique opportunity for top students to demonstrate that they are the best of the best in their field. Over the two and a half days, they turn the heads of their educators, family, friends and prospective employers. Winners are awarded with Gold, Silver or Bronze medals - and some with monetary awards, too - and the opportunity to compete at the Skills Canada National Competition. From there, competitors could be headed to a WorldSkills Competition.  Please use the tabs to the right to learn more about competing at the Skills Ontario Competition.

    For 27 years now, students in Ontario secondary schools have had a chance each Spring to compete against their peers in a wide variety of technological skills contests as part of OTSC - the Ontario Technological Skills Competitions, presented by Skills Ontario/Canada.  What started as a small-scale production in Hamilton those many years ago, has now grown to an incredibly impressive showing of technological skills being demonstrated by students from the Elementary, Secondary, and Post-Secondary levels.  The Experiential Learning Department facilitates these competitions at the Secondary level annually, and it is during those contests that we determine who will advance to the provincial (OTSC) competitions.  For students who win Gold at OTSC, they may have the chance to advance further to the Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) depending on the competition category (not all contests have a national level, some end at the provincial level).

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    Ontario Technological Skills Competition  

    2016 - Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) - Silver

    2015 - Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) - Gold

    2014 - Precision Machining - Silver

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    FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)

    HISTORY

    2007 - GTA West - 23rd/63Teams

    2008 - GTA West - 64th/64 Teams

    2009 -

    WATERLOO REGIONAL - FIRST ROBOTICS CHAMPION (OUR ALLIANCE 2609 & 2056)

    GTA West - FIRST ROBOTICS CHAMPION (OUR ALLIANCE 2056 & 1114)

    [The first FIRST TDSB Team to win two Regionals in the same year and represented Canada at the World Robotics Championship in Alanta, Georgia; where, 393 robots from all over the world competed in the Edward Jones Dome. We made it to the quarter-finals in the CURRIE FIELD but lost 2/3]

    2010 - WATERLOO REGIONAL - 28th/30 & GTA West REGIONAL - 24th/52 Teams

    2011 - DNP (Did Not Participate)

    2012 - GTA East - Quarter-finalist & GTA West - Semi-finalist

    2014 - GTA West - Semi-finalist

    2015 -GTA East - 27/47 Teams & North Bay  Quarter-finalist

    2016 - GTA East - 20/39 Teams & North Bay Quarter - finalist

    Mission

    Our mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. Dean Kamen, Founder Dean Kamen is an inventor, entrepreneur, and tireless advocate for science and technology. His passion and determination to help young people discover the excitement and rewards of science and technology are the cornerstones of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology).FIRST was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology. Based in Manchester, NH, the 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit public charity designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills. ]


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    2016 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge

    Secondary/Engineering Design

    Congratulations to the winner from Etobicoke CI

    Li Cheng Yu ($2,5000.00US)

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    2015 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge

    Secondary/Engineering Design

    Congratulations to our finalists

    Matthew Downing (Permanently Affixed Lens Cap Concept)

    and

    Li Cheng Yu (Socket Cube) the $1,000.00US Secondary/Engineering Design 3rd place student from Etobicoke CI


    Canadian Students Honoured in Stratasys’ Extreme Redesign Competition

    On April 28th, the winners of the 11th annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge, hosted by Stratasys, were announced. . In 2015, over 750 students, attending institutions all over the world, submitted their entries for this year’s contest. Although an international contest, it seems that Canadian students consistently make an impact in this contest, placing in podium positions. Over the previous years, Canadian students have consistently placed within the top three in all categories of the competition, and 2015 was no exception. Once again Canada has been extremely well represented in this contest. Cimetrix Solutions is extremely proud of all our Canadian participants for continuously representing our country in such an innovative manner, and on a stellar performance during this years contest.

     

     

    Not stopping there, Canadian students also placed in the top three in both engineering categories. In the Secondary Education Engineering division, the Socket Cube Concept, developed by Etobicoke CI student, Li Cheng Yu, received 3rd place in this year’s contest ($1000.00US)

    Canada was also represented strongly in the Post-Secondary Education Engineering division, as 2nd, and 3rd place positions were both taken by Canadian students. Alexandre Beznogov and Jossef Roozitalab Shirazi, of Ryerson University, placed 3rd for their Ice Twist entry

       

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    Aerospace Engineering

    The Ryerson University High School Competition

    2013 - R/C Plane Competition - 1st Place

    2014 - Rocket Competition - 1st Place  























































































































       























       







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