Current Youth Work in Trades Students

Document Your Hours

Every 120 hours of work is the equivalent of a 4 credit high school course, which can be claimed up to four times. To document your progress, you must send a completed Hours Report, Student Self-Evaluation, Employer Observations and specific Training Plan to your school Trades and Transitions Coordinator, or to the District Vice Principal of Trades and Transitions.

To qualify for the $1000 provincial award, you must graduate with a minimum C+ average on grade 12 courses, complete all four Youth Work in Trades courses and have 900 or more hours submitted. You must also have your Social Insurance Number registered with the Trades and Transitions department to receive the award. Once you are past 480 hours, you only need to continue to submit the Hours Report to your school Trades and Transitions Coordinator or the District Vice Principal of Trades and Transitions.

Training Plans

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Automotive Refinishing Prep Technician

Automotive Service Technician

Baker

Brick Layer (Mason)

Carpenter

Cosmetologist

Electrician

Gasfitter

Glazier

Hairstylist

Heavy Duty Equipment Technician

Heavy Equipment Operator

Horticulturalist

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)

Ironworker

Joiner (Cabinet Maker)

Machinist

Meat Cutter

Metal Fabricator

Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technician

Painter and Decorator

Parts and Warehousing Person

Plumber

Power Line Technician

Professional Cook

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic

Roofer Damp and Waterproofer

Sheet Metal Worker

Tilesetter

Truck and Transport Mechanic

Utility Arborist

Water Well Driller

Welder

   

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