The SHSM–Justice, Community Safety, and Emergency Services has the following five required components:
These credits make up the bundle:
The SHSM in justice, community safety, and emergency services requires students to complete seven sector-recognized certifications and/or training courses/programs. Of these, four are compulsory and the remaining three are electives that must be chosen from the list in the following table. Note that items in the table that are capitalized are the proper names of specific certifications or training courses/programs that are appropriate for the SHSM. Items that are lowercased are names of the areas or categories within which specific certifications or training courses/programs should be selected by the school or board. The requirements are summarized in the table below.
Experiential learning and career exploration opportunities relevant to the sector might include the following:
Students are provided one or more reach ahead experiences – opportunities to take the next steps along their chosen pathway – as shown in the following examples:
Students will develop Essential Skills and work habits required in the sector and document them using the OSP, a component of the SHSM.
Occupations in the Justice, Community Safety, and Emergency Services Sector