Your career path begins now. Connect your favourite core subjects and elective subjects to career opportunities.
School District 46 offers educational programs that prepare students for transition from school into the workplace and further education and training in a chosen career pathway:
- Work Experience
- Youth Train in Trades
- Youth Work in Trades
- English 100
Are you ready to get experience and transition into the workplace?
How about earning post secondary credits while you further your career skills?
Find out about career opportunities that are right for you.
The Pro Cook Class had their test for the Soup Unit recently. Chef Nyle came over from Vancouver Island University to test the students.
We are so fortunate to have the opportunity to live in a community where business and education work together to develop students’ passions and turn it into careers. Thank you to all the employers for hosting Work Experience and Apprenticeship students in your businesses.
The automotive service program exceeded my expectations of what I thought I could learn in high school. It was very fun for me because I was doing stuff that I loved to do… and it was a good break from school. After I completed Train in Trades, I was lucky to get hired as an apprentice at South Coast Ford.
The eight month Train in Trades program gave me the opportunity to be a year ahead in my apprenticeship because I completed level one even before I graduated high school. In this course you learn the fundamentals of an automotive service technician. The course is hard but my teacher made it straight forward. You get to work in the trade and gain experience as well as classroom and shop work at school… I hope that this course begins to appeal to more and more people as it is a great way to begin a successful career!
Gabby Bishop completed a work experience at the Wobbly Canoe in Davis Bay. “I’m thinking that I’d like to be a cook and this is an opportunity to get into a good kitchen,” she said, “and I’m planning on applying for the professional cook program at Elphinstone later on”.