Off-Campus Education

Off-Campus Programs

Workplace Readiness/Practicum

Prerequisite: HCS 3000 – Workplace Safety Systems
This is a requirement for completion of a K & E High School Certificate

Work Experience (15, 25 & 35)

Prerequisite: HCS 3000 – Workplace Safety Systems
Students must already have a job or volunteer placement to enroll in Work Experience
Up to 15 Work Experience credits may count toward a High School Diploma

Students must already have a job or volunteer placement to enroll in Work Experience
Credits are hours based – 1 credit for every 25 hours of work
Up to 15 Work Experience credits may count toward a High School Diploma

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)

Prerequisite: HCS 3000 – Workplace Safety Systems
Recommended: HCS 3010 – Workplace Safety Practices
Up to 40 credits available

Green Certificate Program

Prerequisite: AGR 3000 – Agriculture Safety
Students may earn up to 16 credits

CALM in the Mountains

Finish the mandatory CALM course outdoors in the mountains of Jasper National Park. This course will be offered annually in August. Registration is limited to 25 students. Please register through your guidance counsellor. Students will earn 3 credits in Calm and 2 CTS credits in EEI. There is a significant cost (approximately $600.00 associated with this course).

Dual Credit/Exploratory Programs

The CBE partners with post-secondary institutions, businesses and organizations to offer a wide-range of off-campus courses and work-experience opportunities for students. These are often practical, hands-on learning experiences that that can set students up for future success in post-secondary programs or the workplace.

New off campus programs are added throughout the year. Please check the CBE website for current information.

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