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The Surrey School District is accepting applications for several Youth Train in Trades programs:
The programs start in the second semester and tuition is free. There is no set deadline and applications will be accepted until the programs are filled.
Youth Train in Trades Programs are delivered by the Career Education department in partnership with local post-secondary institutions and industry trainers. Program participants earn level one technical training, industry certification and high school course credits.
Applicants should be in Grade 11 or 12 and applications are available at all secondary schools through school-based Career Facilitators.
For more information, see your school's Career Facilitator or contact the district's Career Education Department (firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-595-6175). To explore all our trades partnership opportunities,