The Henry Wise Wood Off-Campus Education Program customizes and differentiates learning by offering students a diverse and varied choice of work opportunities. The program helps guide students to make informed decisions about their post-secondary education and/or career by providing practical, work-based (job site) training – as well as acquiring valuable, life-long skills, and earning high school credits.

Within the Off-Campus Education Program, there are a variety of exciting courses to choose from including the following.

Work Experience

Placements can occur on-campus working as Teacher  Assistants or Off-Campus working in a multitude of occupational areas.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) 

Interested in earning credits, money, and experience through an apprenticeship program in Alberta? RAP allows students to learn a trade while working toward their high school diploma.

Job Shadowing

An opportunity to observe (“shadow”) someone performing their job.

Unique Opportunities

The CBE partners with a variety of businesses and non-profit organizations to offer unique opportunities that combine learning with career experiences.

  • Exploratory (introduction to various career pathways)
  • Dual Credit (earn high school and post-secondary credits or industry credentials at the same time)
  • Internships (provides in-depth career experiences while earning high school credits)
  • Multi-disciplinary may involve several disciplines or pathways. See your Off-Campus Teacher/Coordinator for more details. www.cbe.ab.ca/unique-opportuni...

For more information on Work Experience, RAP or any of the other unique opportunities, please see Ms. Belliveau in Room 115; or reach her at 403-253-2261, ext. 2115. 

Off-Campus

The Henry Wise Wood Off-Campus Education Program customizes and differentiates learning by offering students a diverse and varied choice of work opportunities. The program helps guide students to make informed decisions about their post-secondary education and/or career by providing practical, work-based (job site) training – as well as acquiring valuable, life-long skills, and earning high school credits.

Within the Off-Campus Education Program, there are a variety of exciting courses to choose from including the following.

Work Experience

Placements can occur on-campus working as Teacher  Assistants or Off-Campus working in a multitude of occupational areas.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) 

Interested in earning credits, money, and experience through an apprenticeship program in Alberta? RAP allows students to learn a trade while working toward their high school diploma.

Job Shadowing

An opportunity to observe (“shadow”) someone performing their job.

Unique Opportunities

The CBE partners with a variety of businesses and non-profit organizations to offer unique opportunities that combine learning with career experiences.

  • Exploratory (introduction to various career pathways)
  • Dual Credit (earn high school and post-secondary credits or industry credentials at the same time)
  • Internships (provides in-depth career experiences while earning high school credits)
  • Multi-disciplinary may involve several disciplines or pathways. See your Off-Campus Teacher/Coordinator for more details. www.cbe.ab.ca/unique-opportuni...

For more information on Work Experience, RAP or any of the other unique opportunities, please see Ms. Belliveau in Room 115; or reach her at 403-253-2261, ext. 2115. 

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