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COOPERATIVE EDUCATION . Mr. Gunby and Ms. Dunn-Eckstein Ms. Pollice. What is your destination after high school?. What can Co-op offer you?. 1. Earn credits towards your Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) 2. Two credits can be counted towards your compulsory requirements.

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Cooperative education

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

Mr. Gunby and

Ms. Dunn-Eckstein

Ms. Pollice


Cooperative education

What is your destination after high school?


What can co op offer you

What can Co-op offer you?

1. Earn credits towards your Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)

2. Two credits can be counted towards your compulsory requirements

4. Hands on learning in all post secondary destinations

5. Enrollment in OYAP (Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program)

3. Pathway or

Specialist

High

School

Major

6. Networking – meeting new people and getting your foot in the door

7. Possibility of getting hired


To be eligible for co op or oyap you must

To be eligible for Co-op or OYAP you MUST…

  • Be at least 16 years old

  • Successfully complete 16 credits prior to the start of Co-op

  • Successfully complete the application interview and the placement interview

  • Have good teacher references and feedback

  • Have a positive and professional attitude, judgment and behaviour


Cooperative education

You are at your placement for a minimum of 20 hours a weekor3.5 – 4 hours/dayi.e. 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

2 CREDIT CO-OP


Cooperative education

You are at your placement for a minimum of 35 hours

a week or

hour/day

i.e. 8:30 – 4:30

4 CREDIT CO-OP


Co application deadline is may 20 th 2011 for september 2011 placements

Co-Application deadline is May 20th 2011 for September 2011 placements.

CENTRALIZED PLACEMENTS

2011 Placements Include:

  • Nursing and Non-nursing - Credit Valley Hospital – 2 or 4

  • Trillium Hospital – 4 cr. only

  • Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing - Keaton Centre Mississauga

  • Writing, Photography - Mississauga News

  • Television - Rogers Television

  • Television - Salt and Light TV

  • Human Resources - Compass – Mississauga

  • Canadian Forces – Basic Military Training 8-spots

  • Clerical /Office- Peel Police


Examples of non centralized placements

Examples ofNon-Centralized Placements

Teaching

ECE

ERW

Social Work

Librarian

Date entry

Computer

programming

Automotive

Landscape

Hair Stylist

Chef/Cook

Esthetician

Insurance

Retail stores

Investor Relations

Merchandising

Financial -Banks

Veterinarian

Therapy

Technicians

Recreation

Physiotherapy

PSW

Trainer

Photography

Media


Examples of our employers

Examples of Our Employers

  • Sport Mart, HMV, Athlete’s World

  • Hair stylists – e.g.Avante, Fortelli, Chatters, Faces,Visage

  • Veterinary, Second Tub

  • Jiffy Lube, Toyota, Ford Canadain Tire

  • Rona, Canadian Tire

  • Appleby’s, Boston Pizza, Swiss Chalet, Panago Pizza

  • Future Shop

  • Investor’s Group

  • Erin Meadows Retirement Home

  • YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND YOUR OWN CONTACTS!!!!!


Dual credit programs high school college credits

DUAL Credit ProgramsHigh School & College Credits

Sheridan College

  • Construction (COTT)

  • Tech Trades (TTOP)

  • Emerging Technologies - computer (IT)

    Humber College

  • Spa Management – Business (North)

  • Cooking Level One – Hospitality

  • Travel & Tourism Management

  • Police Foundations – Criminal Justice (South)

    ***Transportation or Mississauga Bus tickets provided***


Dual credit

Dual Credit

  • Go to the SJA Webpage for information and deadline dates. ( Click on Guidance, then Co-op)

  • FIRST come FIRST serve

  • Application does not guarantee spot so get it in EARLY!!!!


Integration in classroom

INTEGRATION(In classroom)

  • Attend class as scheduled by Coop teachers – (First 2 weeks, 2 Mon./mo)

  • Basic CPR certification - $30.00

  • Hand in your logs and journals

  • Reflect on your experience with the class.

  • Prepare for assignments – RPT or PPT (PPT – Placement Performance Task)

  • Prepare for Coop Fair - culminating


Co op process

Co-op Process…

Step 1:

  • Select Co-op on your Option Sheet – (you have already done this!)

Step 2:

  • Complete the Co-op Application Form – signed by you and parents ASAP

  • Ask two teachers to complete reference form – they will hand to Coop directly

    Get Two teacher to complete reference form – teachers will


Co op process1

Co-op Process…

Step 3

  • Once form submitted we will set up interview

  • Opportunity to explain placement options

  • WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?? - must have 2 options

  • Bring a current resume

    Step 4:

  • 2 teachers will complete a detailed reference sheet about you


Cooperative education

Ontario Masonry Training Centre OMTC

Corey attended an 8 week training program certifying him in Level One Masonry


Cooperative education

Northern

Productions

Graphic Design

Carolina


Cooperative education

Jiffy LubeLubrication Technician

Justin


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- Hair, makeup, nails and spa

Joanna


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YOU

The Road to Success

begins with


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