Youth WORK in Trades

Over the last 25 years, the SD33 Trades Program has registered over 2000 apprentices with the Industry Training Authority (ITA).  There are over 100 different trades to choose...from Carpenter to Hairstylist, from Cook to Welder, and many more!  Visit www.itabc.ca to learn more!


Get on-the-job training as a Youth Apprentice!

Elective Youth Work in Trades courses (YWIT 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B) are available to students in grades 10, 11 and 12.  Students interested in taking this course are required to complete an APPLICATION package. 

 

Students currently employed with a qualified tradesperson are eligible for the Youth WORK in Trades program.  Students may earn up to 16 credits toward graduation.

 

The criteria includes:

  • Paid work
  • Working with a qualified tradesperson
  • Enrolled in secondary school

With 900 hours worked and a C+ average in grade-12 courses, students may also qualify for a $1000 cash award from the ITA and the Ministry of Education.

 

Eligibility: Students 14 years and older, who are working with a qualified tradesperson

 

Date: Begins when the student turns 14 years old

 

Application Due Date: Begins when the student turns 14 years old

 

Contact: Heather Elliott or Rice Causton

 

Click here to learn more about Youth Work in Trades procedures, requirements and standards.


Youth WORK in Trades FORMS & DOCUMENTS

Click here for all required Youth WORK in Trades forms and documents.