All CTS teachers in southern Alberta can borrow materials free from our Southern Alberta CTS Resource Centre to improve their ability to personalize learning in the classroom. The Southern Alberta CTS Resource Review Centre houses a collection of Alberta Education approved print and digital resources for all five CTS clusters:
BIT: Business, Administration, Finance & Information Technology
HRH: Health, Recreation & Human Services
MDC: Media, Design & Communication Arts
NAT: Natural Resources
TMT: Trades, Manufacturing & Transportation
“Career and technology studies (CTS) is a provincially authorized curriculum for Alberta secondary schools designed on a pathways model to offer flexible programming using 1-credit courses. The course structure of CTS enables schools to design unique programs that meet the needs of students and draw on community resources.
The CTS program is designed to develop skills that senior high school students can apply in their daily lives when preparing for entry into the workplace or for further learning opportunities. Through the CTS program students are provided with opportunities to personalize their learning, identify and explore their interests, manage transitions between high school and the workplace or post-secondary, and develop the attitudes and behaviours that people need to participate and progress in today’s dynamic world of work.” (Alberta Education, Career & Technology Studies)
NOTE: If you are a CTS teacher from northern Alberta, then please contact the Northern AB CTS Centre in Red Deer College.
The following are digital resources to support teaching and learning in Career & Technology Studies (CTS):
Visit our collection in person
To schedule a visit to view our collection in person, please contact us at:
t | 1-403-243-4500
The Southern Alberta CTS Resource Centre is located in the Career & Technology Centre.
Hours: Weekdays from 8am – 4pm
Location: 2336 – 53 Ave. S.W. Calgary, AB T3E 1L2
Please check in with the Main Office upon your arrival (located in the N.E. corner of the building by the main parking lot). The staff at the Main Office will direct you to the Resource Centre.
Browse our collection online
This CTS collection is searchable within eLibrary by following these instructions.
Once you have found the desired resources, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Southern Alberta CTS Resource Library ID (if you do not have a Library ID, please write "Library ID needed - please provide")
Our staff will work to secure your resources and send them to your school location.
Materials may be borrowed for 1 month.