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1 SD#62 Career Development Dave Betts Rodger Hargreaves

2 Why is Career Development Important ? Introduction One of the 3 MOE goals for K-12 Education Grad Transitions a 30hour work experience is a core component of graduation Career Development is way more than trades!… Career Development programming provides the connection between the K-12 system and post- secondary education and/or the workforce Provides students with relevant education and programming – improves achievement levels and grad rates Provides post secondary and workforce transition pathways and opportunities while still in high school

3 Vocational Programs: TASK Expanded At Belmont and EMCS Dual Credit :SD#62 and Camosun College ‘Hands on’ Exploration of Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Metal Trades Entry Level Industry Certifications, ITA CORE Certification, 28 graduation credits Expanded At Belmont and EMCS Dual Credit :SD#62 and Camosun College ‘Hands on’ Exploration of Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Metal Trades Entry Level Industry Certifications, ITA CORE Certification, 28 graduation credits

4 Vocational Programs: Construction New Construction program new at Belmont this year! Work placements 24 credits Carpentry Level 1 skills and entry level worker certifications 2-3 months of work placements

5 Lync ‘Dual Credit’ Academic Courses New His 12/His 108 Psy 12/Psy 130 Coming Math 100 Bio 124 Bus 140 Mark 110 Continuing Bio 150 Acc12/Acc 110 TEAC 105

6 Auto Service Tech 1 Business Access Cabinetmaker Carpentry Community Support & Educational Assistant Electrical Health Care Assistant Hvy Duty/Com Trans Mech Horticulture Metal Fab/Sheet Metal Plumbing Professional Cook 1 Welding Lync ‘Dual Credit’ Career Programs

7 Field Trips: Dockyard, Take Our Kids to Work, UVic, UVic Engineering, Camosun Open House Gr 9 Tour, GottaCon, Tectoria, PARTY, Skills Canada Regional and Provincial Competitions, Gr 8 YES 2 IT Event, SJ Willis Career Fair, Sailor for a Week, Police Camp, Firefighter for a Day, UVic Symposiums, Soldier for a Day, Marine Industry Expo, UVic Forensics Anthropology Day, UVic Science, Victoria International Airport and more! Information Sessions: Industry Sector Employment Projection Parent Evenings (, BC Colleges Day, Camosun/ Careers Class Presentations, Spotlight Sessions: Justice Institute of BC, Coast Capital Youth Team, Volunteer Victoria, WorkLink, HMCS Malahat, Art Institute of Vancouver, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Lattitude, SWAP and more! Career Development Initiatives

8 Cross Enrolment Any students who begin any career related programming after the Sept 1701 funding cutoff are cross enrolled by Westshore through CE or DL so that ministry course funding is collected. ‘Dual credit’ In many dual credit career courses and programs, students receive high school graduation credits and post secondary credits. The district receives funding for both the post secondary and ministry/BAA courses– 2 for 1 funding. ‘X’ Block Many career courses and programs (eg: Work Experience and SSA) run outside the normal timetable and are generally on top of a student’s full course load which means these students are ministry funded more than 1.0 Career Development: FACTS

9 Careers Related Course Enrolment: WEX Course Enrolment : 500 (almost all X Blk) GT Work Experience Enrolment: 562 (X Blk) Secondary School Apprenticeship: (project) 80 (XBlk) Dual Credit programs: 163 (XBlk equivalent of 396 courses total) Dual Credit Courses: 94 (XBlk) XBlk Course Total: 1,399 Funding Generated $1,021,270 Career Development: FACTS

10 Career Development Revenue Generation Additional Annual Revenue Sources: ACE IT: $34,000 (based on a 70% completion rate) SSA Project : $30,000 YES 2 IT: $ 4,000 Total: $68,000

11 Annual Career Development Revenues: $ 68,000 + $1,021,270 $1,089,270 ……….. and we are growing! Career Development Revenue Generation

12 Annual Career Expenditures Staffing $ 502,000 Operations: $102,500 $604,500 Career Development Revenue Generation

13 Thank You


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