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To help your teen select appropriate courses and course sequences, refer to the High School Graduation Requirements.

Off Campus Programs

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Off-campus Programs Overview

Work Experience

I want to transition smoothly from school to post-secondary education or to work. Work Experience courses provide opportunities for school and community to combine resources to further students’ career development and build their employability skills. In Work Experience, your teen will explore career interests and apply their knowledge, skills and attitudes in the workplace.

Work Study

I’m exploring a career. Students have the opportunity to apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes they have acquired in their coursework to real-life situations through a school–community partnership. No additional credits are provided.

Career Internship 10

I’m preparing for a career while in high school. Career Internship 10 is a combined classroom and workplace curriculum designed to assist students in making informed decisions about their school-career transitions. Specifically, the course is designed to prepare students for further study or entry into an occupation.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)

I want to begin working in a trade while still in high school. Students interested in one of Alberta’s designated trades may be able to work as registered apprentices and take high school courses. They spend part of their time in school and part of their time in industry learning their trade and gaining valuable hours toward their apprenticeship record book (blue book).

Green Certificate Program

I want to get a head start in a career in agriculture. Through the Green Certificate Program, Alberta senior high students can earn senior high school credits by enrolling in combinations of courses in an agricultural production specialization. Each of the Green Certificate specializations provides students with access to the first level of an agricultural apprenticeship. Learners can progress in each specialization through two levels—technician level and supervisor level—and, if their career interests expand to management roles in agriculture, to a generic third level of the Green Certificate, the Farm Manager Program.

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