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Surrey School District’s Career Education Department is accepting applications
for the following Youth Train in Trades Programs:
Carpentry (Frank Hurt site)
The programs are delivered in partnership with local post-secondary institutions and tuition is free. Over the course of a semester, participants earn level one technical training, industry certification and high school course credits.
Applicants should be attending Grade 11 or 12.
Applications will be accepted until Jan. 24 and are available through school-based career facilitators.
For more information, see your Career Facilitator or contact the Career Education Department at 604-595-6175.
To learn about other Youth Train in Trades programs
offered by Surrey Schools click here