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CAREERS SD# 69Issue #2CAREERSSD# 69June2016Career EducationIN THIS ISSUE #2Career Programs Dual Credit/ACEIT/SSA/Career Prep Grad Transitions Career Curriculum Work Experience Planning 10 K – 12 Career EducationEvents or RegionalDevelopments Regional Pro-D BladeRunners

CAREERS SD# 69 Issue #22CAREER CURRICULUM: Planning10/K-12CAREER PROGRAMS: Dual Credit/ACE It/SSA The Career Centres at BSS, KSS, PASS & CEAP have met with180 students who have expressed interest and exploredpossible Dual Credit programs or courses at VIU, NIC, BCIT andCamosun College.62 District students have been awarded seats at VIU or NIC inDual Credit programs or courses.VIU will be offering Writing for Success FNFS 100 Dual CreditCourse to run October – January 2017. Initial offering hasgenerated enough interest to fill the class and potentially asecond class.45 students have successfully written VIU assessment tests forpossible entry into VIU programs for 2016-2017.5 students completed a 3 month pilot VIU Trades Discoveryprogram in February at the Nanaimo campus.Students are currently enrolled in the following DualCredit/ACE It Trade Programs: Auto Service Technology Baking Carpentry Culinary Arts Electrician Hairdressing Heavy Duty Mechanics Horticultural Technician HVAC Power Sports & Marine Technology WeldingStudents are currently enrolled in the following Dual CreditTechnical Programs: Applied Business Technology Health Care Assistant Information Technology & Applied Systems Technology 17 SSA students are currently in place, working in plumbing,carpentry, baking, electrical, culinary and concrete masonryapprenticeships. Students work with a journey person in their chosen trade for atotal of 480 hours of paid work experience and earn 16 secondaryschool graduation credits. SSA 1000 scholarship awarded to 10 students of last year’sprogram.BladeRunners 4 PASS/Woodwinds students completed program with 2students successfully gaining work placements and currentlyemployed.WHMIS Training, Emergency First Aid & CPR offeredthrough Planning 10 classFood Safe and First Aid certifications offered throughoutschool year. 100 students KSS & BSS received Food Safecertification.LNG conference – 55 Gr. 5-7 students & 33 10-11 studentsTake our Kids to Work – approximately 185 studentsparticipated.Pilot “Tec Day”– February 25th - Gr. 5 to 7 students from 4elementary schools gathered at BSS to combine their tactile& theory skills as they develop solutions to variouschallenges from Spaghetti Bridge building to Sumo Botconstruction.CAREER CURRICULUM: Work ExperienceNorth Island College Criminology 101 and English 115 offered toour Gr. 12 students online in Semester 2 that began in February. 15 students have completed NIC’s Distance English 115course. 6 students have completed NIC’s Distance Criminology101 course.CAREER PROGRAMS: Secondary School ApprenticeshipPlanning 10 – brought in speaker from Tigh-Na-Mara –alternative pathways/trades and trades exploration/DualCredit and trades Both school-sponsored career exploration and communitybased working experience intended to help preparestudents for the transition from secondary school to theworld of work or further education and trainingPhysics Co-op – Work Experience to support delivery of theprogram – 12 students currently seeking Work ExperienceScientific Methods class – integrating Work Experience withcourse workCommunity Learning Program – working with teachers andstudents to deliver a Work Experience component to a LifeSkills programStudents have a number of options in WEX: 1 week of unpaid work with an employer of theirchoice – 2 credit elective course 100 hours of unpaid work exploring a job or careerof interest to them with community employers – 4credit elective course Using 100 hours of their current job – 4 creditelective courseStudents can choose to do an unlimited number of WorkExperience courses through a process called IndependentDirected Studies. Receive credits for learning within thecommunity.Summer “Explore the Trades” – applied for grant to run 2016summer program.CAREER EDUCATION EVENTS & REGIONAL DEV.DEVELOPMENTSTake our Kids to Work – November 2015Tour of Rotor Maxx SupportNIC Open House – Gr. 11 & 12’s February 11th5th Annual Aviation Career Day Victoria – February 20thDiscovery Days at VIU – Gr. 10’s February 23rdSkills Canada March 2016BCIT Open House Burnaby Campus – April 8thMaker Faire Vancouver – 14 teachers attended June 11th

CAREERS SD# 69Issue #2Explore the Trades – Summer 2016In July, students from School District 69 will be trading their flipflops for work boots in a unique summer experience! The“Explore the Trades Program”, which is made up of 14participants from PASS/Woodwinds, KSS, and BSS, will onceagain provide an excellent opportunity for students who areconsidering a valuable and exciting Trades career. The success oflast year’s program and the feedback from students and parentshas solidified the need for this program.A trip to Vancouver Island University will enable students to shadowtheir chosen trade program, and a guided tour of the campus willshowcase available services and amenities. An additional field tripto visit large industrial sites in the Alberni Valley, will give studentsthe opportunity to view various trades “at work”. Finally, studentswill have the unique experience to participate in two weeks of workexperience with local employers, directly in their chosen trade ofinterest.Students start with a Resume Building seminar facilitated bystaff from the Parksville Career Centre, and will participate inworkshops about Networking, Labour Market Information andPersonalities Dimensions. In addition, students will gainessential training and certification within Occupational First AidLevel One Certification, Construction Safety Training System(CSTS-certification), and the opportunity to attend a WorkSafepresentation for young workers entering the workforce.This well-rounded summer program gives students a fantasticopportunity to learn more about exciting career options, while alsoproviding practical and exciting hands-on experience – ideallylinking our students to our District’s HeadStart program, and afulfilling career!BladeRunnersSchool District 69/Parksville Career Centre“A partnership of opportunity for local Oceanside Youth”The partnership between School District 69 and the Parksville Career Centre has created a unique opportunity for local youth through theBladeRunners program. The BladeRunners program which is facilitated by the Parksville Career Centre staff, provides local youth withemployment training and certifications, reflective of local employment needs. Over the past year, as a direct result of this partnership, 11local youth referred through PASS/Woodwinds Alternate School have enhanced their resumes by attaining key “in demand” certificationsand essential “job training skills”. The Spring 2016 BladeRunners cohort had the highest number of PASS/Woodwinds Alternate Schoolreferred participants, as 7 students (approximately 75% of all participants) participated in this program. The key connection to local youththrough PASS/Woodwinds Alternate School has played a vital role in this partnership, as this community connection provides a foundationallink to the BladeRunners program.The BladeRunners program opens the doors to employment in the Oceanside region, while also providing local youth with high schoolcredits. The youth referred by PASS/Woodwinds earn “work experience” credits towards their graduation and maintain a strong connectionto the School District. This collaborative partnership provides a “dual win” for local youth, by building a foundation of potential localemployment and graduation requirements.The seeds of this partnership have been sowed through the BladeRunners program in 2015/16, whereas the anticipated growth of thisprogram will continue to flourish and benefit local youth.

CAREERS SD# 69 Issue #24“Tool Box” Trades Trailerprovided by SD #68 –exposed Gr. 4 & 5 studentsto tools, trades and projectbase learning opportunitiesat various elementaryschools through the Districtduring the month of May.June 2016 BSS & KSS students toured the Canadian Coast Guardfacilities in Victoria. They explored exciting & rewarding careers in thefield of maritime studies that deliver a broad range in high-qualityacademic, operational and technical training.

CAREERS SD# 69 Issue #25“EWC was the best experience of my life!I met new friends who I am still in contactwith!”Carter Hancock/ BSS StudentThree students from both BSS and KSS spent anadventure-filled week in Ottawa checking outfuture career options, discovering our country,and sharing their hopes and dreams withstudents from all across Canada.EWC STUDENT REVIEWBeing granted the opportunity to go toEncounters was one of the bestexperiences of my life. I had neverbeen much of a political kind of person,but after attending the Democracy andYouth themed week a passion forpolitics has blossomed. It was very eyeopening to hear from Peter Schiefkeand be able to see a custom madeletter addressed to solely theparticipants of our week. We havegreatly enjoyed the companionship of101 participants ranging from everyterritory as well as every province andto this day, 58 days since my timethere, we still talk regularly. It is greatto have people to whom you can talkabout politics. When I left, I had aminimal amount of knowledge aboutpolitics and now my computer notifiesme about political updates. My timethere was truly life changing and Iwould highly suggest to anyone whohas the opportunity:Do not hesitate!Devin O’Rourke/BSS Student

CAREERS SD# 69 Issue #26March 2016 five students proudlyrepresented BSS & KSS at theannual Regional Skills CanadaCompetition held at the GeorgesP. Vanier Secondary School inCourtenay.Left-right: Lorraine Reid, JasonRoss, Aidan Holmes, Darrien Buddand Laura Hearn. Lorraine earneda Silver placement in Culinary Arts& Laura earned Gold inArchitectural CAD & went on toparticipate in the Provincial SkillsCanada Competition!May 2016 robotic & scientific research methodsdistrict students toured Inuktun Servicesfacilities in Nanaimo, a leading industry &manufacturer of multi-mission robotic systems– exposing them to the field of robotics andintegrated systems.

CAREERS SD# 69 Issue #27SKILLS DAY – 125 Grades 5 – 7 students from Nanoose Bay,Arrowview, QBES & Bowser Elementary had teams competing inSpaghetti Bridge, Rube Goldberg & Potential Energy Vehicles.Culmination of students 5 week design & engineering projects inpreparation for the Regional Skills Competition.Plumbing Apprentice,Garrett BellSoldier for a Day – hosted by theArmy Reserves, an interactiveintroduction to the various careeropportunities available in theCanadian Armed Forces with a focuson the Army Reserve. Eight studentsparticipated in this challenging &exciting event on April 2nd in Nanaimo.CONTACT USBob Bate, PrincipalPhone: 250-951-0857Cell: 250-228-1405Email: bbate@sd69.bc.caLuc Ouellet, BSS Career CoordinatorPhone: 250-248-5721 Ext. 2203Cell: 250-240-4439Email: louellet@sd69.bc.caStephen Stahley, KSS Career CoordinatorPhone: 250-752-5651 Ext. 155Cell: 250-951-9187Email: sstahley@sd69.bc.caDarin Carmichael, CEAP/SSA/TeacherPhone: 250-752-5721 Ext. 353Cell: 250-240-0662Email: dcarmichael@sd69.bc.caMartin Jedlik, CEAP/PASS-WW/TeacherPhone: 250-752-5721 Ext. 175Cell: 250-927-4047Email: mjedlik@sd69.bc.caDonna Gibson, Career Centre AssistantPhone: BSS - 250-248-5721 Ext. 2712Phone: KSS - 25o-752-5651 Ext. 140Email: dgibson@sd69.bc.ca

45 students have successfully written VIU assessment tests for possible entry into VIU programs for 2016-2017. 5 students completed a 3 month pilot VIU Trades Discovery program in February at the Nanaimo campus. Students are currently enrolled in the following Dual Credit/ACE It Trade Programs: Auto Service Technology Baking Carpentry Culinary .

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