An OYAP student is a student who is earning co-operative education credits for work experience, in any of the 130 apprenticeship occupations. OYAP is a school-to-work transition program allowing students to complete high school while developing work skills and building up hours towards the completion of the apprenticeship.
All students who participate in OYAP must:
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Have completed 16 credits towards the OSSD prior to staring the program
- Be enrolled as full-time student during the program
- Be interested in a specific skilled progression as a future career pathway
Apprenticeships are available in the following sectors:
- Construction (heavy equipment operator, cement finisher, plumber, drywaller)
- Industrial (cabinetmaker, electrician, welder, mould maker, tool & die maker)
- Automotive (auto body repair, auto painter, auto service technician)
- Service (hairstylist, child & youth worker, early childhood educator, cook)
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See a Co-op teacher in room 205 for more information or to register.