Summer Learning Courses

Summer Learning Courses
We have been informed that there are still open seats in the following Summer Learning courses.
• Construction Trades at Princess Margaret (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Welding)
• Culinary Trades Exploration at Enver Creek (Cooking, Baking and Meat Cutting)
• Drafting 11 at LA Matheson
To register for Construction Trades or Culinary Trades Exploration, visit Summer Learning.

KPU Fall 2021 Indigenous High School on Campus

KPU Dual Credit opportunities are geared toward students in their Grade 12 year.

Please remember that students must be enrolled in eight high school courses in order to participate in this opportunity.  Please pick up an application from Mr. Fisher ASAP

Please forward application packages to the career dept by May 20, 2021.

Fall 2021 Indigenous High School on Campus
Course Descriptions
*course offerings and descriptions subject to change
IDEA 1100 Interdisciplinary Foundations (3 Credits)
Students will explore various practices, skills, and disciplines to further their academic,
personal, and professional development. They will examine interdisciplinary inquiry and
creativity, the uses of interdisciplinary academic approaches, and the applications of
interdisciplinarity in culture, education, and professional domains. They will learn
interdisciplinary skills through individual projects, group work, and the development of
online portfolios.


INDG 1100 Introduction to Indigenous Studies (3 Credits)
Students will learn about the histories, cultures, and contemporary situation of Indigenous
peoples in North America, with special attention to Indigenous peoples in Canada. They
will explore pre-contact histories and cultures, and critically examine and challenge
assumptions acquired from colonial culture. Students will develop informed views on
Indigenous cultures and histories. Students will be exposed to elements of Indigenous
teachings and traditional knowledge from various Indigenous perspectives, including
those of Elders and local communities

KPU HIGH SCHOOL ON CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS FALL 2021

KPU Dual Credit opportunities are geared toward students in their Grade 12 year.  These students are welcome to apply through the Careers Dept before May 20 2021

Also, please remember that students must be enrolled in eight high school courses in order to participate in this opportunity.  

Please pick up an application package ASAP from the Career Dept Deadline May 20

HIGH SCHOOL ON CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS FALL 2021
COURSE CODE
Course Name Career Educational Rationale
ACCT 1110 Introductory Financial
Accounting (3 credits)
Accountant Foundation level course required for the Accounting: Bachelor of
Business Administration degree. However, students must also take ACCT
1210 to complete the full requirement. A degree is required in Canada
to get an accounting designation. (CPA).
BUQU 1130 Business Mathematics Accountant,
Business/Marketing
Analyst,
Banking/Investment
Analyst, Actuary, ITrelated
Identical course to ACCT 1130, except that BUQU 1130 meets the
Quantitative requirement for the B of Arts degree. BA students are
required to complete 9 credits of Quantitative coursework. This course
may also be used to fulfill one of the course credits for “breadth of
education” for Bachelor of Buisness Administration Degree. In addition,
it can be used as the Year 1 requirement for the Information Technology:
Bachelor of Technology Degree.
BUSI 1215 Organizational Behaviour
(3 credits)
Accountant, Business
Manager, Business Law,
Business
Planner/Developer
Foundation level course required for the Accounting: Bachelor of
Business Administration degree. A degree is required in Canada to get
an accounting designation. (CPA). Foundation level course required for
the Business Management Diploma and the Business Management
Degree. Graduates of these two programs can receive their CIM
(Certified in Management) designation which is nationally recognized
benchmark
COMM 1100 Foundation of
Communication Studies (3
credits)
multi-media jobs: writer,
editor, reporter,
researcher, social media
specialist, etc

District Programs

Interested in becoming a skilled tradesperson? Want to get started before you graduate? Check out the Youth Train in Trades programs. We offer students the opportunity to begin their in Level 1 training in more than 12 recognized trades. We pay the tuition. 

Deadline by March 8, 2021 contact fisher_n@surreyschools.ca

We also offer many other valuable programs. Check these out: 

  • Community & Public Safety Course 
  • Introduction to Practice for Child & Youth Care Counsellors Course
  • Introduction to Legal Office Procedures Course
  • Introduction to Health Science Course
  • Explorations in Aviation Careers Program
  • Education Assitant Diploma Program
  • Drafting/CADD Citation in CADD Technologies
  • Emily Carr Headstart in Art
For more information on these programs and the trade programs go to Career – Clayton Heights (surreyschools.ca)

District Partnership Programs 

District Partnership Programs

The Surrey School district offers over twenty District Partnership Programs to students who are interested in trades training or an academic program. District Partnership Programs provide students with an opportunity to earn credit toward graduation from secondary school at the same time as they are earning credit toward post-secondary programs.

District Partnership Programs are delivered in collaboration with local post-secondary institutes and industry training providers. While some of the dual credit programs have an academic focus, the Youth Train in Trades Programs enable students to begin training in specific trades. 

Benefits to Students

  • Earn high school and post-secondary credits
  • Begin training for a career while still in high school
  • Acquire marketable skills
  • Save money.  Tuition is paid for by the Surrey School District

For more information, check out the links on this page or contact your school-based career facilitator.

Please see your career facilitator Mr. Fisher to obtain an application package.

Programs – Career Education (surreyschools.ca)   

See the link for the list of programs Deadline to apply is March 11 2021

Trade Program Openings for Second Semester

The Surrey School District is accepting applications for several Youth Train in Trades programs:
Carpentry (21 weeks at Frank Hurt Secondary or Guildford Park Secondary and Kwantlen Polytechnic University)
Culinary (21 weeks at Tamanawis Secondary and Vancouver Community College downtown campus)
Trades Sampler (February to May at BCIT Burnaby & Richmond campuses)
Painter (six weeks at Finishing Trades Institute)

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 Mr. Fisher Career Facilitator

Spring 2021 High School on Campus

HSOC gives you an opportunity to choose ONE course from the following list. We will do our best to accommodate your course request though
there is limited seat availability. All courses are ONLINE from 4pm-7pm, unless otherwise indicated.
Scheduling is subject to change.
All courses listed are scheduled to be online.
Note: You are only selecting one course from January to April.
Please write a “ ” beside your choice.
Mondays
BUSI 1215: Organizational Behaviour
ACCT 1110: Introductory Financial Accounting
BUQU 1130: Business Mathematics
BUSI 1110: Fundamentals of Business in Canada
BUSI 1215: Organizational Behaviour
MRKT 1199: Introduction to Marketing
BUSI 1110: Fundamentals of Business in Canada
CADD 1150: Computer Aided Drafting & Design (CADD) Software ($100 mandatory materials fee)
INFO 1112: Principles of Program Structure and Design I
MRKT 1199: Introduction to Marketing
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
ACCT: Introductory Financial Accounting I
HORT 1100: Introduction to Sustainable Horticulture (6:00-8:50pm)
INFO 1113: Systems Analysis and Design
MRKT 1199: Introduction to Marketing

See Mr. Fisher for an application Deadline for Applications: October 19, 2020.

District Partnership Programs

District Partnership Programs
The Surrey School district offers over twenty District Partnership Programs to students who are interested in trades training or an academic program. District Partnership Programs provide students with an opportunity to earn credit toward graduation from secondary school at the same time as they are earning credit toward post-secondary programs.
District Partnership Programs are delivered in collaboration with local post-secondary institutes and industry training providers. While some of the dual credit programs have an academic focus, the Youth Train in Trades Programs enable students to begin training in specific trades.
Benefits to Students
Earn high school and post-secondary credits
Begin training for a career while still in high school
Acquire marketable skills
Save money.  Tuition is paid for by the Surrey School District
For more information, check out the links on this page or contact your school-based career facilitator. https://www.surreyschools.ca/departments/CAED/Programs/Pages/default.aspx
Please see your career facilitator Mr. Fisher to obtain an application package

 

Biotechnology Career Awareness Workshop

Biotechnology Career Awareness Workshop

It is that time of year again – the BCIT Career Awareness Workshop date has been set!

Workshop A: Winter Term – December 9 – 13, 2019.

Please note the following:

1. The application package includes a fillable PDF form (last page).

Once forms are complete, please email them to Mr. Fisher

In order to avoid transcription errors, we strongly encourage the use of the fillable form. If for some reason, your student cannot fill in the PDF document, ask them to complete it by hand (stress printing clearly especially for e-mail address), scan and e-mail.

2. Reminder of payment process for WORKSHOP A: December 9 – 13, 2019.

Student payments will be processed directly through BCIT Student and Enrolment Services.

Due to the high number of cancellations for Workshop B in previous years (held April 20 – 24, 2020), we will be recruiting for it in January or February of 2020.

Students not selected for Workshop A will be notified when recruit for Workshop B begins and offered an opportunity to attend if still interested.

3. A BCIT student number will be required on the application form and will not be processed without one. A link to student number set up process is included on form.

Carefully review the attached document for program details including application and payment deadlines.

2019 Career Awareness WORKSHOP A pkg_Fillable Form