Youth Train In Trades & Dual Credit Courses

Youth Train In Trades

Grade 11 and 12 students who want to enter one of the following trades at College of the Rockies can earn dual credit for grade 12 graduation and post secondary technical training at the same time. Giving you a head start in trades training and saving students money on their post secondary education.

For more information please see Ryan McIndoe.

Child Youth And Family Studies

Would you like to get a jump-start on a career as an Early Childhood Education, Education Assistant, or Human Service Worker this dual credit semester may be right for you. Daycares and School Districts in our region need more qualified staff to meet critical shortages.

What you will gain:
• 16 high school credits toward graduation
• An educational qualification for work in an entry level position as an Early Childhood Education Assistant
• 13 post-secondary credits, of which 10 are credits in one of the CYFS certificate programs

Successful participants of the program will be immediately qualified to work as ECE Assistants and may choose to pursue a career as an entry-level Education Assistant. Once working, students can build onto the 10 credits in the Child, Youth and Family Studies academic stream to specialize and pursue full certification in Early Childhood Education, Education Assistant or Human Service Worker.

This 16 week semester includes three of the Child Youth and Family Studies core courses and an elective course to help you succeed in future post-secondary studies:

  • CYFS 101 - Inclusive Interpersonal Communications
  • CYFS 102 - Observing and Recording
  • CYFS 116 - Lifespan Development
  • HLTH 104 - Introduction to Personal Health and Wellbeing

*All students who successfully complete CYFS 116 are eligible to apply for a license to work as an Early Childhood Education Assistant. ECE Assistant application info

Pre-requisite: 65% minimum in English 12
Textbook costs approximately $800

For more information please contact Jeff Pew.

Dual Credit Courses

College of the Rockies dual credit courses available to Selkirk students