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Title: PLANNING 10 CLASS PRESENTATION


1
PLANNING 10 CLASS PRESENTATION
  • Introduction
  • Work Experience
  • Transition to Trades
  • Ace-it Programs
  • SSA
  • Transition Programs while Attending School
  • Transition Programs for Graduating Students

Frank Gigliotti
2
TRANSITION PROGRAMS
  • Our programs are designed to help students
    explore careers while still in high school and
    move seamlessly to post secondary or a career.

3
Demographics
4
Job Forecast
5
Educational Requirements
6
Educational Requirements
7
Educational Requirements
8
Educational Reality
  • 69 of parents hope their children will attend
    University
  • Fact 16 in BC do
  • Fact Even less complete a degree
  • Fact Between 2001-2011 29 of job openings
    will require a University degree
  • Fact 44 will require other post-secondary
    training

9
Educational Reality
  • 2 in 10 students actually attend University
  • What about the other 80 ?
  • Some find work, some take upgrading classes, some
    drift around for a few years before making a
    decision
  • Many return later on to take trades or technical
    training

10
TRANSITION TO TRADES
  • A great opportunity for students who have
    completed grade 10 to obtain a work experience in
    a Apprenticeable Trade.
  • By completing a work experience it could
    encourage students to either take Tech. Ed
    courses in the future or enroll in our ACE-IT
    programs or obtain an SSA.
  • Students will get credit for WEX12A
  • The Work Experience will take place in July

11
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Research has shown students that focus their
    studies in specific career areas are more engaged
    in school, do much better academically, are more
    likely to graduate.
  • Students should sign up for one of the 8 focus
    areas to obtain a on the job work experience.
  • Students are not required to take 5 specific
    courses prior to going out on Work Experience as
    in the past.
  • Work Experience can be paid or unpaid.
  • Work Experience will also satisfy the requirement
    for Grad Transitions.
  • Also available is a online version of the
    pre-employment course

12
TRANSITION PROGRAMSApprenticeships
  • Apprenticeship Programs are 85 work based and
    15 school based (ace-it).

13
TRANSITION PROGRAMS2008/2009APPRENTICESHIPS
  • 8 Programs
  • Chef Training
  • Hairdressing
  • Construction Electrician
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Joinery
  • Plumbing
  • Metal Fabrication
  • Carpentry

14
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICAN
  • Located at Terry Fox and Centennial
  • 4 courses-16 credits plus Work Experience or SSA
  • Terry Fox mornings only both semesters
  • Centennial second semester
  • Prerequisites AT 11and AT 12, English 12 or
    Communications 12, Math 11 Essentials (B) or
    completion of Principles or Applications of Math
    11, L drivers license, and working knowledge of
    computers.
  • Dual Credit

15
BAKING AND PASTRY
  • Entry Level Training with specialization in
    advanced baking.
  • Triple Credit-VCC Certification, 32 high school
    credits and Level 1 credit with 900 hours toward
    WBT.
  • VCC downtown campus from Feb 2 to Dec. 11, Mon.
    to Thursday 100 to 715pm.
  • Completion of grade 10 and Foodsafe Level 1.

16
CARPENTRY
  • Location Terry Fox Secondary
  • 4 classes in the second semester plus 4 weeks at
    Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Cloverdale
  • Successfully completed grade 11 but consideration
    will be given to mature grade 10 students.

17
Carpentry
  • Students will receive 20 high school credits plus
    Work experience or SSA credit.
  • Students on successful completion will have
    obtained Level 1.

18
CONSTRUCTION ELECTRICIAN
  • Located at Charles Best
  • Program begins in February and ends in January
  • Mornings only, in the afternoon students can
    return to their home school or stay at Charles
    Best
  • Mandatory Work Experience or SSA in the summer
  • Prerequisites Principles of Math 11, Physics 11
    and English 11
  • 20 credits plus Work Experience or SSA
  • Dual Credit

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CHEF TRAINING
  • Located at Riverside, Centennial and Gleneagle
  • Completion of Planning 10
  • Students will normally take 4 courses in the
    second semester plus additional courses in the
    first semester.
  • 24 credits plus Work Experience or SSA

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HAIRDRESSING
  • Taught at Gleneagle
  • 7 courses plus English 12 or Communications 12
  • 10 month program from Sept. to June
  • Dual Credit
  • 28 credits plus Work Experience or SSA
  • 750 for the Hairdressing Kit

21
JOINERY(CABINET MAKING)
  • Located at Charles Best and Riverside
  • 3 courses plus 15 weeks at BCIT starting on June
    15
  • 12 credits plus Work Experience or SSA
  • 1 block in the morning in the first semester and
    2 blocks in the second semester followed by work
    experience
  • Prerequisites Wood 11 (B), Math 11 Essentials
    (B) or completion of Math 11 Principles or
    Applications, completion of English 11 or
    Communications 11, Drafting 11 recommended.
  • Program costs 1600 BCIT and cost of wood for
    school and BCIT projects

22
PLUMBING
  • Partnered with UA Local 170 Training Centre
  • Must be in grade 12 with a minimum of C in Math
    Essentials 11 and English 12
  • Starts on June 16 for 6 weeks official date to
    TBA
  • No tuition costs
  • Students pays shop supplies and textbook
  • Campus located at Annacis Island
  • Minimum 5 spots

23
METAL FABRICATION
  • BCIT Burnaby Campus
  • 2 intakes starting February and ending in middle
    of July or starting in the middle of August and
    ending at the end of January
  • Class time 700am to 130pm
  • Completion of grade 11
  • Principles of Math 10 or BCIT Pretest
  • Tuition Fee is 2445.50 money will be returned
    upon successful completion.
  • Books and Supplies 350

24
Metal Fabrication-continued
  • 16 high school graduation credits
  • Opportunity for SSA high school credit and 690
    hours towards work based hours towards
    apprenticeship.
  • Minimum 2 spots per intake

25
  • SSA students
  • Are registered apprentices
  • 139 trades (50 Red Seal)
  • Earn 16 credits towards graduation through their
    work based training component
  • Get a head start on work-based training portion
    of an apprenticeship
  • Letter sent home to grade 10s
  • Survey for grade 12s

26
SSA Scholarship
SSA Scholarship Awards Totaled 470,000 Last
Year!
  • SSA scholarship criteria
  • Registered in SSA prior to graduation
  • C average in Grade 12 numbered courses
  • Must have graduated from secondary school
  • 5 months in trade after graduation (or 1100 hrs
    recorded with the ITA)
  • Completed required 480 hours of SSA work
    experience (registered with ITA at least 1 month
    prior to graduation and complete 480 hours within
    3 months of graduation)

27
Youth Program Summary
  • SSA
  • Students are employer- sponsored registered
    trainees
  • On-the-job training is provided through work
    experience
  • Min. 480 hours before graduation
  • Credit 16 towards grad
  • Work experience is paid
  • Students eligible for 1,000 scholarship
  • ACE IT
  • Students are school district or
    employer-sponsored registered trainees
  • Technical training is delivered in school and/or
    in post-secondary or combination
  • Work experience option
  • Min. 240 hrs and can be done in combination with
    SSA

28
TRANSITION PROGRAMS WHILE ATTENDING SCHOOL
  • Headstart to Art
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Concurrent Courses

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Emily Carr-Headstart to Art
  • 2 courses offered per year at Gleneagle
  • Wednesday from 630 to 930
  • Courses carry degree credit as well as transfer
    credit to other Fine Art programs.
  • Drawing Course runs from Sept to mid Dec.
  • Creative Processes runs from January 8 to April
    15. No classes during Spring Break and during
    the Provincial Exam Schedule.
  • Tuition Costs 330 for domestic students and
    1087.32 for International Students.
  • Please send applications directly to Emily Carr
    on a first applied basis after November 23, 2008

30
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • Dual credit
  • Prerequisites Principles of Math 11 (C),
    English 12 (C)
  • Current Grade 11s need to plan to have courses
    scheduled in the first semester so they can start
    the program in the second semester.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • Located at Riverside Secondary
  • 40 weeks beginning in February 2009 and ending in
    January 2010.
  • Must be in grade 12
  • Study emphasizes computer networking, system
    maintenance, software installation and
    customization.
  • First year tuition paid for by the district
  • Second year students may continue to complete a
    diploma in Internet Systems or Networking Systems
    at BCIT Burnaby

32
CONCURRENT COURSES AT DOUGLAS COLLEGE
  • Students will offered opportunities in all areas
    where seats are available.
  • Student just pays tuition fee, Douglas College
    has waived application, registration and activity
    fee.
  • Student must complete registration and concurrent
    application forms and then send them to me.
  • Forms due soon for January start.

33
TRANSITION PROGRAMS FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS
  • Animal Health Technology
  • Bachelor of PE
  • CISY 1110
  • Hospitality and Restaurant Management
  • Faculty of Health Science

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ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY
  • 2 Year diploma program located a David Lam Campus
  • Excellent opportunities working at an animal
    hospital or for veterinarian
  • 6 seats reserved
  • Must have Principles of Math 11, English 12,
    WEX12A, and grade 11 and 12 science courses.

35
BACHELOR OF PE
  • Dual credit
  • Choice of Fitness 11 and Fitness 12 or PE 11 and
    PE 12 will grant you credit for SPSC 1103
  • Must have minimum of C in either PE 12 or
    Fitness 12.

36
CISY 1110
  • With the completion of BCA 11 students can write
    an assessment test in June to obtain course
    exemption
  • Must score at least 70 on assessment test.

37
HOSPITALITY AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT (HORM)
  • 2 year diploma with transfer into a degree
    program at several universities.
  • Ace-it Level 1 Cook Training credit for Horm
    1135, BCA 11 credit for Horm 1120, preferential
    admission for Tourism 11 and Tourism and SSA
    students in the Cook Program.
  • English 12 (C), and Principles of Math 11.

38
Health Sciences
  • We have a tentative agreement for a limited
    number of reserved seating in the following
    programs starting September 2009
  • Registered Nursing
  • Psychiatric Nursing
  • Dental Assisting
  • Dispensing Optician
  • Health Care Support Worker
  • Health Information Management

39
Health Sciences
  • Students will still have to meet the entry
    requirements and complete a work experience in
    the specific career area prior to being accepted.
  • Douglas College will host a 2 day career
    simulation in February for students interested in
    these career areas.

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Website
  • Please use our website for forms, information,
    and new programs.
  • Go to www.sd43.bc.ca, then programs and
    curriculum, look for transition programs.
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