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1 DR. JOHN M. DENISON S.S. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION Kelsey’s

2 What is Co-operative Education? Unique educational program Unique educational program In-class sessions In-class sessions Practical experience in the workplace Practical experience in the workplace Involves the student, teacher, and placement supervisor Involves the student, teacher, and placement supervisor Earn high school credits Earn high school credits

3 Can a Co-op Credit Count Towards a Compulsory Credit? You can count 2 co-op credits towards your 18 compulsories! You can count 2 co-op credits towards your 18 compulsories! Any other co-op credits go towards your 12 electives Any other co-op credits go towards your 12 electives New Electric

4 Co-op credits are always offered at the Open level 2. College level 3. M level 4. University level Teddy Bear’s Picnic

5 Benefits for the Students Hands-on experience Hands-on experience Develop maturity and self-confidence Develop maturity and self-confidence Develop employability skills Develop employability skills Explore a career Explore a career Networking opportunities Networking opportunities Earn high school credits Earn high school credits Newmarket Dental Care

6 Co-op Admission Requirements Grade 11 or 12 Grade 11 or 12 Completed Co-op application Completed Co-op application Attendance/punctuality Attendance/punctuality Interview Interview Permission of parent Permission of parent Commitment to program Commitment to program Clock Tower Inn Retirement Residence Clock Tower Inn Retirement Residence

7 Co-operative Education Program Pre-placement classes- 9 days Pre-placement classes- 9 days Integration classes - every other Monday Integration classes - every other Monday Work placement: Work placement: 2 credits - 3 hours per day 3 credits – 4.5 hours per day 4 credits - 6 hours per day 4 credits - 6 hours per day

8 Co-op students can work? 1. In the mornings 2. All day long 3. In the afternoons 4. All of the above Holland Landing Animal Hospital

9 A Typical 2 Credit Co-op Day Sample Schedule Period 1 - English Period 2 - Math Period 3 - Lunch/Travel time Period 4 - Co-op Placement Period 5 - Co-op Placement (or the reverse) Alexander Muir Public School Alexander Muir Public School

10 A Typical 4 Credit Co-op Day Get to your placement directly from your house Length of work day dependent on your employer Go home straight from your placement Skilled Trades need 4 credits Major Mack Electrical

11 Co-op students are evaluated based on How they work at their placements 2. How they work during in-school sessions 3. Both 1 and 2

12 Course Evaluation Semester Work: Assignments Assignments Journals Journals Tests Tests Employer Evaluation Employer Evaluation Summative Work: Employer Evaluation Employer Evaluation Portfolio Portfolio Final Written Reflection Final Written Reflection Team Building Activity Team Building Activity

13 Types of Co-op Programs Based on students interests. Some specialty include: Based on students interests. Some specialty include: Militia Militia Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program Accelerated OYAP Accelerated OYAP Summer Co-op Summer Co-op International Co-op International Co-op High Performance Athlete High Performance Athlete Shoppers Drug Mart Shoppers Drug Mart Shopper’s Drug Mart

14 Geek Power – Web Design

15 Spoke O Motion

16 Paint and Decorating – Home Depot

17 Girls Inc.

18 Teacher’s Assistant

19 Militia

20 The Era Banner

21 Jardin Design Group Inc.

22 Shoppers Drug Mart

23 K9-5 Doggie Day Care

24 O.Y.A.P. stands for Ontario Youth Academic Program 2. Ontario Young Amnesty Professionals 3. Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

25 You can begin apprenticeship training After graduation 2. While still in high school

26 Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program Promote careers in the skilled trades for high school students Promote careers in the skilled trades for high school students Grade 11 and/or 12 Grade 11 and/or 12 Begin apprenticeship training while still in high school Begin apprenticeship training while still in high school

27 Skilled Trades Services: Cook Cook Baker Baker Hairstylist* Hairstylist* Child & Youth Worker Child & Youth Worker Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education Appliance Service Technician Appliance Service Technician IT Technician IT Technician Network Cabling Specialist Network Cabling SpecialistTransportation: Automotive Service Technician* Automotive Service Technician* Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer* Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer* Automotive Painter Automotive Painter Motorcycle Mechanic* Motorcycle Mechanic* Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic Truck and Coach Technician* Truck and Coach Technician*

28 Skilled Trades Manufacturing: Tool and Die Maker Tool and Die Maker Industrial Electrician Industrial Electrician Industrial Millwright Industrial Millwright Machinist Machinist Mould Maker Mould Maker Industrial Woodworker Industrial WoodworkerConstruction: Brick and Stone Mason Brick and Stone Mason Electrician* Electrician* General Carpenter General Carpenter Painter and Decorator Painter and Decorator Plumber* Plumber* Refrigeration and Air Conditioning* Refrigeration and Air Conditioning* Sheet Metal Worker* Sheet Metal Worker*

29 Euro Cars

30 Moppett School Day Care

31 Steve C. Robinson Woodworking

32 Bramden Precision CNC Machining

33 4 co-op credits 4 co-op credits Level 1 Apprenticeship certification from a college or training centre Level 1 Apprenticeship certification from a college or training centre 2 nd semester of final year 2 nd semester of final year Amazing opportunity! Amazing opportunity! Accelerated OYAP Humber College, Toronto

34 Cook Cook Humber College Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education Seneca (King Campus) Automotive Service Technician Automotive Service Technician Centennial College General Carpenter General Carpenter Local 27 Training Centre Electrician Electrician Humber College Plumber Plumber Humber College Programs Available

35 Local 27 Carpenters’ Union

36 Local 27 – Carpenters’ Union

37 High Performance Athlete 2 credits over course of full school year 2 credits over course of full school year Open to grade 9-12 who are competing at the provincial, national and international level Open to grade 9-12 who are competing at the provincial, national and international level Must apply Must apply Acceptance is based on # of hours of training, level of competition, training season and needs of students Acceptance is based on # of hours of training, level of competition, training season and needs of students Students must be independent learners as course is accessed through an on-line Moodle Students must be independent learners as course is accessed through an on-line Moodle If interested contact Mrs. Cherutti in Co-op Office, Room 305 If interested contact Mrs. Cherutti in Co-op Office, Room 305

38 Rhythmic Gymnastic

39 Hockey Aurora Tigers Junior A

40 Militia Co-op Earn 4 credits Earn 4 credits Offered only in 2 nd semester in Toronto Offered only in 2 nd semester in Toronto A joint program between the Canadian Forces/Reserves and the school board A joint program between the Canadian Forces/Reserves and the school board Must complete Medical/Fitness/Aptitude Test Must complete Medical/Fitness/Aptitude Test

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44 International Co-op takes place in Mexico 2. Honduras 3. Ecuador

45 International Co-op (ICE) Ecuador 6 credits 6 credits 14 weeks in Ecuador 14 weeks in Ecuador Spanish language immersion Spanish language immersion Host family living Host family living Placements in agriculture, community development, education, small business, or social work Placements in agriculture, community development, education, small business, or social work

46 Colin Engel 2003 Ecuador Co-op Placement: Farming and Education

47 Shannon Ritchie 2004 Ecuador: Home for the Elderly

48 Students take a bundle of courses Students take a bundle of courses 2 co-op credits 2 co-op credits Certifications Certifications “Reach Ahead” opportunities “Reach Ahead” opportunities Available for students in all streams i.e. University, Workplace, College and Apprenticeship Available for students in all streams i.e. University, Workplace, College and Apprenticeship Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Hospitality, Business, Construction and Environment Cobs Bread, Newmarket

49 If I’m interested in Co-op I should: 1. During course selections sign up on Career Cruising for a 2 or 4 credit Co- op 2. Obtain Co-op application from Room 305. Complete it and return by due date 3. Wait to hear from Co-op with your interview time

50 Who do I contact if I have any questions? Co-operative Education Department Room 305


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