PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
This program information is not for the current academic year. If you are interested in a program starting before July, view the current academic year of the program.
|Term 1 - 16 weeks|
|COMP1015|| Computer Skills and Communication |
Gain an understanding of basic computer applications that allow you to use email, search the Internet, and do word processing. If you already have basic computer skills, you will have the opportunity to explore other Microsoft Office Suite applications. Develop your communication skills using authentic materials related to your trade area of interest.
|EMPL1015|| Employability and Safety Skills I |
This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge and skill training that employees need to avoid injury at work. In addition, students will have the opportunity to earn certification related to job safety and complete activities related to employment preparation and awareness of on-the-job issues.
|MATH1004|| Apprenticeship Prep Math |
Develop your practical math skills to the level required for Alberta apprenticeship.
|SCNC1000|| Apprenticeship Prep Science |
Develop the science skills you need to write the Trades Entrance Exam for apprenticeship.
|SCNC1001|| Apprenticeship Prep Science-Lab |
Apply scientific theory in a science laboratory.
|EMPL1020|| Workplace Culture |
This participatory, personal reflective course equips students with the effective communication and intercultural skills required to be successful in the Canadian workplace. Central to the delivery of this course is the infusion of culturally appropriate topics, employment-related critical incidents, and discussions.
|Term 2 - 12 weeks|
|WORK1023|| Field Experience for Apprenticeship Prep |
Explore the work environment while receiving support and mentoring from experienced College staff. Learn about the expectations of employers, and acquire the skills necessary to be successful in the career of your choice.