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EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS
Academic Excellence - Athletic Prowess - Artistic Integrity

 

Cooperative Education and Experiential Learning

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OYAP Accelerated Level 1 Programs
Course  Calendar Outline
Co-op Application
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Planned learning experiences that take place in the community, including job shadowing and job twinning, work experience and virtual work experience, and cooperative education, provide students who are enrolled in courses of all types and in all disciplines with the opportunity to enhance their school programs. Experiential learning can assist all students, including exceptional students, who are bound for university, college, apprenticeship, or the workplace, in making career decisions as well as in developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are essential in today’s society. All forms of experiential learning are a valuable complement to students’ academic experience and preparation for the future. When organized in a sequential fashion that meets career development needs, experiential learning can maximize student growth and development, and should be encouraged.


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OYAP is an exciting way to learn a SKILLED TRADE as you complete your Ontario Secondary School Diploma.  The program is available to full time students who are at least 16 years of age, in their graduating year and taking a full semester of co-op.

Students have the opportunity to complete the first "in-school" portion of their apprenticeship training.  The Level 1 training is held at a Community College or Training Centre.  Students simultaneously earn high school credits, college credits, accumulate hours toward their apprenticeships and complete the first level of apprenticeship training.

 

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Child Development Practictioner (CDP)
Semester II
Students attend college one day per week and attend placements for the remaining days.

Automotive Service Technician

Semester II
Students attend college two days per week and attend placements for the remaining days.
Cook
Semester II

Students attend college one day per week and attend placements for the remaining days.

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Hairstylist
Semesters I & II
Students must be enrolled in 4 credit co-op both semesters.
Students attend college one day per week and attend placement for the remaining days during each semester.
Brick & Stone Mason
Semester II
Students attend college full-time for 10 weeks before beginning an 8 week placement.
General Carpenter

Semester II
Students attend college full-time for 10 weeks before beginning a 10 week placement.
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Construction Craft Worker
Local 183 Training Centre - Cobourg
Students spend 8 weeks at the training centre before beginning a 10 week placement

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