Youth in Industry Preparing.

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Continuous discourse between School District 60 and Northern Lights College ... School teachers have or are prescribed to get the BC Provincial Instructor Diploma ...
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Youth in Industry Training College Presidents/School District Superintendents Feb 21, 2007

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Presentors Jeff Lekstrom Northern Lights College Dean of Trades and Apprenticeship Doug Boyd School District 60 Director of Instruction

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Automotive Service Technician Carpentry Apprenticeship Commercial Transport Technician Cosmetology Culinary Arts Electrician Esthetician Heavy Duty Technician Heavy Equipment Operator Industry Training Programs

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Instrumentation Mechanic Millwright Oil and Gas Field Operator Plumber/Gasfitter Power Engineering and Gas Processing (anticipated future) Residential Construction Steamfitter/Pipefitter Welding C Level Industry Training Programs

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Delivery Models College (double credit) District (double credit) District/College (double credit)

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Time Frame/Facilities Five month establishment and Level 1 Apprenticeship (school/locale) Traditional apprenticeship model to SSA understudies (school) Transition to Trades (arrangement for passage conveyed by region)

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Partnership Structure Ongoing examination between School District 60 and Northern Lights College Articulation Agreements, verbal and composed Advisory Committee Northern Opportunities

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Staffing/Instructors Dual credentialed educators are hard to discover Attracting industry faculty because of compensation differential is an issue All exchange educators conveying double credit projects are right now Red Seal Interprovincial Certified College teachers have or are prescribed to acquire the BC Provincial Instructor Diploma District based educators are as of now Red Seal and guaranteed educators

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Challenges/Solutions Matching school semester with school terms/school adjusted to region semesters Determining seats for regions included/managed on situational premise Student choice/criteria and pre-essentials together settled (region finishes understudy determination) *Open correspondence through customary and continuous contact including support and instructional staff, advocates, selection representatives, and overseers

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Evolution From insignificant offerings to 17 exchanges related projects Currently checking on exchange model to extend offerings/conveyance in all vocation regions

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Northern Opportunities Mission: To fortify people and groups in northeastern BC by upgrading open doors for understudies to: Succeed in secondary school Pursue post-auxiliary training Build remunerating professions in the exchanges/innovation workforce

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