Work Experience 15–25–35 are separate courses that provide experiential learning activities as part of a planned school program under the supervision of an off-campus education coordinator.
Work Experience 15–25–35 courses are components of an off-campus education learning experience. These courses, like other off-campus education courses and course components, provide opportunities for students to:
- apply, in the workplace, knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired through other course work
- discover their career interests and aptitudes in meaningful work activities, situated in community-based work stations and work sites in business, industry, government and community service.
- earn up to 15 high school credits
Work experience courses also provide opportunities for the school and its community to combine resources to further the student’s personal development, career planning and employability skills through placements in off-campus work stations or work site.
HCS3000: Workplace Safety Systems (1 credit)- is the required prerequisite of the first work experience course taken by a student.
Specific procedures about off-campus education and work experience courses is provided in the Off Campus Education Handbook