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The School/College/Work Initiative Apprenticeship & Dual Credits. A Partnership with Area District School Boards & St. Lawrence College. Our Regional Planning Team – “PASS” Partnering to Achieve Student Success. Algonquin College. Loyalist College. Three Community Colleges.

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The School/College/Work InitiativeApprenticeship & Dual Credits

A Partnership with

Area District School Boards &

St. Lawrence College


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Our Regional Planning Team – “PASS”Partnering to Achieve Student Success

Algonquin College

Loyalist College

Three Community Colleges


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Ottawa Catholic School Board

Upper Canada District School Board

Limestone District School Board

Hastings and Prince Edward County District School Board

Renfrew County District School Board

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

Algonquin Lakeshore District School Board

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

PASS = Our Regional Planning Team RPT

Nine School Boards


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SCWI - The School/College/Work Initiative

Apprenticeship Dual Credits at SLC:

  • Apprenticeship - Team-Taught

    • College Instructor/professor & high school teacher work together. Students earn their Level 1 Apprenticeship and high school credits

  • Apprenticeship – College-Taught

    • College Instructor/professor teaches the Level 1 Apprenticeship curriculum

    • The dedicated teacher assigned by area school boards is critical to the success of these students

  • Apprenticeship - Oversight

    • The College oversees the delivery of the Level 1 Apprenticeship curriculum by the secondary

      school through curriculum comparison,

      bringing students to the college for instruction,

      & delivering instruction at the high school.


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Dual Credits

Apprenticeship - Team-Taught

The Limestone DSB Building Construction Internship/OYAP Apprenticeship Program

General Carpenter 403A plus 4 secondary credits

  • Congregated Class - 21 Senior students earn their Level 1 General Carpenter Apprenticeship at St. Lawrence College, Kingston & 4 secondary credits – TCJ4C, MEL4E, plus 2 coop credits;

  • Semester 2 - Team-taught by 1 Full-time LDSB teacher and 2 SLC teachers;

  • 12 weeks at SLC followed by a 6 week Coop Education

    placement monitored by their LDSB teacher, followed

    by a 14 week paid apprenticeship;

  • Students work towards the completion of their SHSM

    in Construction.


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Dual Credits

Apprenticeship – College-Taught

Brick & Stone Mason Level 1 Apprenticeship

401A plus 2 Dual Credits – Code OZK4T

  • Congregated Class - 20 senior students from all area school board at SLC, Kingston Campus earning their Level 1 Apprenticeship and 2 Dual Credits;

  • Semester 2 – Taught by 5 SLC teachers;

  • 10 weeks at the college followed by a 7 week Cooperative Education placement - 2 coop credits, then a 14 week paid apprenticeship;

  • Students work towards the completion of

    their SHSM in Construction;


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Dual Credits

Apprenticeship – College-Taught

General Carpenter Level 1 Apprenticeship

403A plus 2 Dual Credits- Code OZT4T

  • Congregated Class - 20 senior students from area school board at SLC, Kingston Campus earning their Level 1 Apprenticeship and 2 Dual Credits;

  • Semester 2 – Taught by 5 SLC teachers;

  • 10 weeks at the college followed by a 7 week Cooperative Education placement- 2 coop credits, then a

    14 week paid apprenticeship;

  • Students work towards the completion of

    their SHSM in Construction;


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Dual Credits

Apprenticeship – College-Taught

CHEAP for OYAP – Carpenter, Hairstylist, Electrician, Automotive Technician, Plumber

Carpenter403A – 2 Dual Credits OZT4T

Hairstylist 332A - 2 Dual Credits OZV4T

Electrician 309A - 2 Dual Credits OZY4T

Automotive Technician 310S – 2 Dual Credits OZX4T

Plumber 306A – 2 Dual Credits OZU4T

  • Top-Up Class – When excess seats are available within 2 weeks of the start-up of a Level 1 Apprenticeship 8-week program at our campuses, all area school boards are notified;

  • Students need to be enrolled in coop at the time;

  • Students earn 2 Dual Credits on successful

    completion of the program.


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Dual Credits

Apprenticeship - Oversight

Limestone DSB’s Cook’s Internship Program

Cook 415A plus up to 8 Secondary Credits

  • Oversight Class - 20 senior students in the Cook’s Internship Focus Program have the opportunity to earn their Level 1 Apprenticeship.

  • Curriculum Comparison completed by the Limestone DSB teacher and the Chef/Professor;

  • Semester 1 & 2 – SLC oversees the LDSB program and provides chef/professor time at the college and

    in the high school classroom;

  • Students must earn a 75% average in the class

    to earn their Level 1 Cook Apprenticeship designation.


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Dual Credits

New Proposal for 2009 – 2010Apprenticeship – College-Taught

“Coiffe It Up”Level 1 Hairstylist Apprenticeship

332A - 2 Dual Credits OZV4T

  • Congregated Class - 20 senior students from ALCDSB stay in their focus school for Hairstyling Monday to Thursday mornings – Semester 2;

  • SLC Hairstyling Instructor comes to the school to teach; high school teacher stays in the class and becomes the dedicated teacher;

  • Students attend SLC campus every Friday morning

    to use the SLC Hairstyling lab;

  • Students are on Coop placement

    every afternoon.


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Challenges

  • Process to support Dual Credit students at St. Lawrence College who register with a secondary school Individual Education Plan (IEP)

    • Process now in place

    • Dedicated Teacher is critical to the success of this

  • Apprenticeship Level 1 Dual Credit Reporting Guidelines for Brick & Stone Mason, General Carpenter, Hairstylist programs

    • Process now in place

    • Dedicated Teacher is critical to the success of this


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SCWI Successes

Through the support of the School/College/Work Initiative funding:

  • Level 1 Apprenticeship Students - up to 90 high school students will be completing Level 1 Apprenticeship programs with St. Lawrence College between April & June 2009;

  • Good partnerships have been developed and strengthened with St. Lawrence College, our area school boards, the Ministry Apprenticeship offices, Job Connect and employers in our communities.

  • Procedures have been developed to support student success in these programs and ensure a streamlined approach for future dual credit programs.


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Expanded Opportunities!

  • Opens post secondary education to many students;

  • WIN WIN: Good for Student, School, College, and Community;

  • Helps to build strong High School/College collaboration;

  • Provides more opportunities for students;

  • Creates a strong beginning towards a pathway to success;

  • Increases rate of those students earning their OSSD, consistent with Ministry Mandate.


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For more information:

Rosann Mullins, PASS Coordinator 613.727.4723 [email protected]

Pat Garrod, SLC SCWI/PASS Coordinator

613.544.5400 [email protected]

SCWI/PASS Board Contacts:

ALCSB – Anna [email protected]

CDSBEO - Lisa Verge – [email protected]

HPEDSB – Erna Sorensen - [email protected]

LDSB – Anne Nahorny – [email protected]

UCDSB – Angela Grandy – [email protected]


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