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

Dual Credit Opportunity in Health Sciences

Dual Credit Opportunity in Health Sciences
We are pleased to inform you that grade 11 students with an interest in health care careers have an opportunity to complete Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Introduction to Health Science (HSCI 1115) course as part of a Surrey School District summer cohort.
Tuition is free and students who complete the course will receive KPU course credit and credit for high school post-secondary course PSIJ 12A.
Please see the program flyer for more information.
Students interested in applying must complete the following documents:
KPU Dual Credit Application and Waiver
Dual Credit Statement of Intent
Transition Plan
The deadline for applications is Friday, June 14, 2019 at 12:00 noon. See Mr. Fisher

HSCI 1115 Flyer

KPU Dual Credit Health Science

We are pleased to inform you that grade 11 students with an interest in health care careers have an opportunity to complete Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Introduction to Health Science (HSCI 1115) course as part of a Surrey School District summer cohort.

Tuition is free and students who complete the course will receive KPU course credit and credit for high school post-secondary course PSIJ 12A.
https://www.surreyschools.ca/departments/CAED/CareerCentres/WeeklyMemos/Documents/Weekly%20Memos%202018%20-%202019/May%202019/May%2029,%202019/HSCI%201115%20Flyer.pdfease see the program flyer for more information.

Students interested in applying must complete the following documents:
KPU Dual Credit Application and Waiver
Dual Credit Statement of Intent
Transition Plan
The deadline for applications is Friday, June 14, 2019 at 12:00 noon.

See Mr. Fisher

KPU Low Voltage and Intro to Public Works

Applications are now being accepted for KPU’s Low Voltage programs and new Intro to Public Works program. Intro to Public Works o 3 weeks training at our NEW Campus in Civic Centre o Job ready skills o Cost $1495 + gst per student o High employment demand with Cities, municipalities, townships, etc. all over BC

Intro to Security Alarms & Structured Cabling (Low Voltage Program)
o 3 weeks training at our NEW Campus in Civic Centre
o Job ready skills
o Cost $1495 + gst per student
Low Voltage Security Alarms brochure
Low Voltage Structured Cabling brochure
For more information, contact Ron Enns.
Ronald Enns
Manager, Business Development
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
T: 604-598-6039
E: ronald.enns@kpu.ca
Visit us at: http://www.kpu.ca/cps

Youth Work in Trades

Congrats to J.T Balfour

Youth Work in Trades is an educational program jointly supported by the Ministry of Education and the Industry Training Authority (ITA). Through participation in Youth Work in Trades, students earn credit toward secondary school graduation and begin earning work-based training hours toward provincially and nationally recognized industry training program credentials.
Students enrolled in these courses go to work and attend high school at the same time. That means they have found an employer who is willing to take them on (and pay them) as an apprentice.
Students that are 15 or older can enroll in this program. They must also formally register with the Industry Training Authority as Youth Apprentices. Successful completion of the program earns students 16 credits towards graduation. Some may also qualify for the Youth Work in Trades (WRK) Award, a $1000 award given to students for sustained and exceptional work as an apprentice.
If you are a high school student already working as an apprentice, speak to your career facilitator about signing up for this program.
$1000 Award Criteria
Students who are eligible for the Youth Work in Trades Award will automatically be considered. There is no need to apply. To be eligible, students must have:
Been registered with the Industry Training Authority as a Youth Apprentice
Graduated with a Grade 12 Dogwood Diploma or Adult Dogwood
Successfully completed WRK 11A, WRK 11B, WRK 12A, and WRK 12B
Maintained a C+ average or better on Grade 12 numbered courses *
Reported a total of at least 900 hours to the ITA by December 31 of the school year the student turns 19