Summer School Credit Courses
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
This program enables students to explore career opportunities in the trades. RAP courses allow students to:
- begin their post-secondary education while still in high school
- earn up to 40 credits (1,000 hours) towards a high school diploma or certificate of high school achievement
- gain access to RAP which is only available through our partnership with Careers: the Next Generation
- earn a $1,000 RAP scholarship, a great work reference and the potential for permanent employment
Students who register for this program will be contacted by the end of June. To help speed up the process, students can pick up required paperwork from their designated Off-Campus Education/Work Experience Coordinator at their school.
For more information about this program, please contact Kristin Oleksyn at 780-417-8114 or Fred Rempel at 780-464-7127.
NOTE: Students must find their own employment or be currently employed.