This course provides Grade 12 students with the opportunity to gain high school credit while earning money and learning a trade. Two to four blocks will be allotted to this program. Students will be involved with in-class work on resume development and modifications, career preparation skills, vocational skill development and transition planning for post-secondary apprenticeships.
A list of the trades that are available can be checked on the website www.itabc.ca . Students will be required to select a trade and a perspective emplioyer before the end of this June. Jobs can be on a volunteer basis or minimum wage. For the maximum credits, 480 hours of work, as well as classroom activities, are required. For further information please contact the Apprenticeship Coordinator Mr. B. Pepe
Up to 16 credits