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Welcome to the Career Education site for the City Central Learning Centre.
This site can be accessed by students, parents and staff for information regarding Youth Train in Trades [Partnership Programs], Youth Work in Trades [Apprenticeships], Work Experiences, and Career Education Specialty Programs.
The Surrey School District offers options for students interested in gaining industry experience. These include several different District Partnership trades programs [Youth Train in Trades] and Youth Work in Trades [Apprenticeships] program. These opportunities develop practical skills in a desired field. Go to the website www.itabc.ca for more information.
District Partnership Programs [Youth Train in Trades]:
There are approximately 20 various District Partnership trades programs. These programs provide an opportunity for students to earn both high school and post-secondary credits before high school graduation. The Surrey School District pays the cost of tuition for these programs. For a list of specific programs, click the 'Quick Link' titled "Career Education District Programs."
Apprenticeship Programs [Youth Work in Trades]:
The Youth Work in Trades program offers students the opportunity to begin an apprenticeship while completing high school graduation requirements. It is a partnership with School District #36, the community, employers, Ministry of Education and the Industry Training Authority. Students may earn wages and up to 16 course credits by enrolling as a Youth Work in Trades student. There is a possible $1,000 award for qualifying students.
Students can participate in Work Experience 12A or 12B and earn four - eight credits. See the Career Facilitator to discuss course requirements and possible placements. In addition, students can apply to the Barista Program (8 credits), the City of Surrey Mentorship Program (4 credits) or the Pathfinders Program (8 credits) which all offer excellent opportunities to learn employability skills and earn credits towards graduation.
Students may develop attitudes, skills and knowledge that will assist a successful transition beyond secondary school. Students will gain knowledge through practical experiences and lessons in goal setting, informed decision making, accessing and analyzing information and personal responsibility. SUPERHOSTis a comprehensive public relations and communications skills program, helpful in preparing for, and finding employment. FOOD SAFE is a one day course developed in conjunction with the Ministry of Health, to teach food service workers safe food handling methods. Both opportunities are great additions to a resume.