Trades & Transitions
For more information please contact Mr. Domenic Comita at the school or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.orgThinking about trying a trade? Maybe you want to get an early start to pursuing a career? Or maybe you want to talk to someone about career choices? If this is you, then you need to make an appointment to speak with Mr. Comita about the variety of options that are available.
Youth Train in Trades - ACE-IT - Accelerated Credit Enrollment to Industry Training.
This allows students to take technical training that gives them dual credit for high school courses and apprenticeship training programs. Students in Grade 10 can apply to pursue an apprenticeship career path to obtain the first level of training in a particular trade in their grade 12 year and the best part TUITION IS FREE!
These dual-credit programs are designed to offer students a hands-on opportunity in gaining a basic understanding of three common construction trades: Construction, Mechanical, and Industrial. The samplers are a one-semester program offered in the fall or spring at NorKam Secondary Trades Centre.
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Heavy Metal Rocks
The Heavy Metal Rocks Project will provide opportunities for students to explore the wide variety of rewarding career choices as heavy equipment operators in the construction industry. Twenty six Grade 11 and 12 students from School District No. 73 will begin with heavy machinery as part of Heavy Metal Rocks, a program designed to provide on-the-job experience to students as they consider career options before returning to class next week.
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The International Baccalaureate or IB program is designed as an academically challenging program of education with final examinations that prepare students, normally aged 16 to 19, for success at university.
Contact Mr. Williams at Norkam Secondary for more information at 250-372-1272 or email@example.com