Student and parent sign in for grades, schedules and more
WHERE AND WHEN
SCHOOL PRACTITIONER INFORMATION
Winston Churchill High School
Jacquie Lowe: email@example.com or 403-715-1079
Jacquie will be in Room 50 (behind the wellness center) each Thursday from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
You can drop off completed contracts and pay stubs to the main office in the off campus education mailbox
The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
Benefits for Students
Benefits for employers
Access young, motivated, screened and teachable students for their workforce.
Differences from regular apprentices
Information Links for students
1. You need to be 15 and in Grade 10.
2. The following chart shows the required entrance requirements for each trade. You can be signed up in RAP if you miss a course, but if you pursue the trade after high school and apply for technical training you will need to have the minimum high school requirements or pass the trade entrance exam with a minimum of 70 per cent.
Darin Gibson (Registered Apprenticeship Practitioner) 403-315-9022
Darin will be in Room 50 on Thursdays from 2-3:15 p.m.
Darin Gibson: firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-315-9022
Gibson will be at Winston Churchill High School each Thursday from 2-3:15 p.m.
For all other RAP inquiries please contact Andrew Krul, the Off-Campus Education Coordinator
The Green Certificate Program allows grades 10-12 students to earn up to 16 high school credits.
Cow calf breed production
Feedlot beef production
Field crop production
Irrigated field crop production
Poultry production with choices of broiler chicken, broiler hatching egg, table egg, or turkey.
- Find a farm, ranch or greenhouse that will provide the hands-on training (this program is learning by doing). This training may occur on a home farm etc.
- Complete the required 1 credit safety course, AG 3000- see the school's work experience practitioner. Her school schedule is on the work experience information
- Contact the off-campus coordinator, Andrew Krul 403-894-0375 or email@example.com) to sign up for Ag 3000 and Green Certificate.
- Receive the training manual, work, learn and have your skills signed off by your trainer.
- You must complete at least one test in a year. Tests are all oral and are given at set times throughout the year.
For more information: https://www.alberta.ca/green-certificate-program.aspx