Dual Credit Accelerated OYAP Program

 

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More information about the Accelerated OYAP and Apprenticeship Information Night.

Students in their last semester of high school, can earn their high school credits, register as an apprentice, complete all or part of their Level One Apprenticeship schooling in this specific trade, and earn hours/competencies towards their apprenticeship.  Accelerated OYAP is an integral component of school-work transition programming, student success and SHSM.  Students will gain knowledge and experience under the supervision of a skilled professional at an apprenticeship workplace, and attend in-school sessions at the college/training institution.  Program components include pre-placement and integration sessions at their home school, all or part of their Level One training at the college/training institution, and a cooperative education placement in the trade-specific setting. 

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This program is intended to assist secondary students in their final year of high school with an interest and a demonstrated aptitude in this specific trade to complete their OSSD and to support their successful transition to college and apprenticeship programs.  Students must be a minimum of 16 years of age and have earned all compulsory courses required for an OSSD.

  • Please see your Co-op Department for detailed information sheets on the Individual Dual Credit Accelerated OYAP programs.
  • Through Co-op, students will earn up to 4 (four) Co-op credits towards their OSSD. 
  • Through Dual Credit, students may earn 1 - 3 additional elective dual credits towards their OSSD.

 

CourseCourse Code

Centennial College - Ashtonbee Campus

Automotive Service Technician 310S

Does working on cars work into your career plans? Students will combine theoretical classes and hands-on labs to learn the basics of automotive service including how to diagnose, service and repair motor vehicles.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on opportunity, where students begin and earn their Level 1 Automotive Service Technician Apprenticeship Certification.  

SHSM Sector:  Transportation.

TTE4Y - up to 2 dual credits

CourseCourse Code

Humber College - North Campus

 

 

Level 1 App: Baker 423 A

Do you smell what's baking?
Students will learn sanitation, safety & equipment; breads; cookies and cake making and decorating as well as theory, nutrition and kitchen calculations.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning opportunity where students begin and earn their Level 1 Cook Apprenticeship. 
SHSM Sectors: Hospitality & Tourism.

TUD4Y - up to 3 dual credits

CourseCourse Code

College of Carpenters and Allied Trades

General Carpenter 403A

Are you ready to become a Carpenter?

Students will begin to develop the skills of an Apprentice General Carpenter including: using hand and power tools; calculating and layout; millwork and joinery; erecting foundations, steel and wood framing; interior and exterior finishing; install doors and windows; build stairs and welding.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning where students begin and earn their Level 1 Carpentry Apprenticeship Certification.   
SHSM Sectors: Construction & Manufacturing.

Note:  Not Eligible for Dual Credit.

 

 

CourseCourse Code

Seneca College - Newnham Campus

Child Development Practitioner Apprenticeship Program 620C

Are you ready to nurture your future?
Learn about the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional needs of pre-school children. You’ll also learn the skills and knowledge necessary for planning and carrying out child-care programming. Your studies will blend theory with applications.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning opportunity, where students begin their CDP Apprenticeship and earn courses towards their Apprenticeship Certification. 
SHSM Sectors: Health and Wellness.

TOL4Y - up to 2 dual credits

CourseCourse Code

Humber College - North Campus

Level 1 App: Cook 415 A

Do you smell what’s cookin’?
Students will learn sanitation, safety, & equipment; basic nutrition; basic business development; kitchen management, basic; food theory, basic; culinary techniques, basic; techniques of baking, basic.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning opportunity where students begin and earn their Level 1 Cook Apprenticeship. 
SHSM Sectors: Hospitality & Tourism.

TKA4Y - up to 3 dual credits

 

 

CourseCourse Code

Humber College - Centre for Trades and Technology

Level 1 App: Electrician: Construction and Maintenance 309A 

Are you shocked by the great jobs in the trades?

Students will learn to calculate voltage, current, resistance, and power in electrical circuits; differentiate between circuits; install common devices; identify & determine appropriate usage of common wiring materials; and identify common distribution systems & service entrances in residential units.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on opportunity, where students begin and earn their Level 1 Electrician: Construction and Maintenance Apprenticeship Certification. 

SHSM Sectors: Construction and Energy.

TNA4Y - up to 2 credits

 

 

CourseCourse Code

College of Carpenters and Allied Trades

 

Floor Covering Installer 448A

Do you want to get floored ?
Students will begin their training learning how to plan, design, install and repair various types of interior flooring including: carpet, hardwood, laminate, linoleum, vinyl and other resilient floor coverings in residential, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning where students begin and earn their Level 1 Floor Covering Installer Apprenticeship Certification.
SHSM Sectors:  Construction & Manufacturing.

Note:  Not Eligible for Dual Credit.

CourseCourse Code

Studio 500 in Collaboration with TDSB

Hairstyling 332A

Are you interested in colour techniques, styling and cutting hair?  Students will combine theoretical classes and hands-on labs to learn the basics of sanitization techniques, hairstyling, haircutting, colouring and perming.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on opportunity, where students begin and earn their Level 1 Hairstyling Apprenticeship Certification.  

SHSM Sector:  Hospitality & Tourism, Health & Wellness

Note:  Not eligible for dual credit

CourseCourse Code

Centennial College-Ashtonbee Campus

Motorcycle Technician 310G

Does working on cars work into your career plans? Students will combine theoretical classes and hands-on labs to learn the basics of automotive service including how to diagnose, service and repair motor vehicles.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on opportunity, where students begin and earn their Level 1 Automotive Service Technician Apprenticeship Certification.  

SHSM Sector:  Transportation.

TTE4Y - up to 2 dual credits

CourseCourse Code

Humber College - Centre for Trades and Technology

 

Level 1 App: Plumber 306A

Are you looking for a job you can plunge into?

Students will learn: plumbing theory; Plumbing Practical; Trade Calculations (math), Trade Documentation (drafting), Health and Safety and Code, Computer Skills, and Welding

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning where students begin and earn their Level 1 Plumbing Apprenticeship Certification.   

SHSM Sectors: Construction

TSB4Y - up to 2 dual credits

CourseCourse Code

George Brown - Casa Loma Campus

Level 1 App: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanics 313A

How cool is cool?

Students will learn the basics of air-conditioning, including how to read a mechanical drawing for a building, how to measure pipe, and how to use tools safely.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on learning opportunity, where students begin and earn their Level 1 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanics Apprenticeship Certification.

SHSM Sectors: Construction.

TZB4Y - up to 2 credits

CourseCourse Code

Centennial College - Ashtonbee Campus

Truck and Coach Technician 310T

Does working on Trucks and large motorized vehicles work into your career plans? Students will combine theoretical classes and hands-on labs to learn the basics of truck and coach service including how to diagnose, service and repair large motor vehicles.

Course Delivery:  Hands-on opportunity, where students begin and earn their Level 1 Automotive Service Technician Apprenticeship Certification.  

SHSM Sector:  Transportation.

TTD4Y - up to 2 dual credits

How to Register

To register, students need to complete the following steps:

  • Pre-select four credit co-op for Semester two in your graduating year on My Pathway Planner and speak with their home-school guidance counsellor and co-op teacher.
  • Ensure that you have completed your compulsory courses, OSSLT and community service hours before the beginning of this program in semester two.
  • Attend the orientation session in the fall, Complete the application process.  Interviews take place the semester prior to beginning the program.

 

Additional Resources:

Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP)

Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program Information Booklet

Accelerated OYAP Postcard

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