What is Co-operative Education (Co-op)?
Co-operative education is a ministry-approved program allowing students to earn secondary school credits while completing a work placement.
Students can select two credit/ half-day co-op (COP2X) or four credit/full day co-op (COP4X).
Who is it for?
Co-op programs are for secondary students in Grade 11 or 12 who are heading for university, college, apprenticeship, or workplace.
The benefits of co-op
· Experience hand-on learning
· “Test-drive” career options
· Earn credits through workplace experience
· Develop good essential skills and work habits that may lead to immediate employment
Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program- a school to work program for students to explore and work in an apprenticeship
Dual Credit Program- earn college and secondary school credits at Humber and Sheridan College
Regional Programs- Peel Regional Police, Canadian Forces, Brampton Civic Hospital, LIUNA local 183, ROGERS, and City of Brampton
Mr. Rutherford and Mr. Ulaganathan in the Co-op office in Student Services