Trades and Dual Credit Programs
EIPS Career Pathways website
22-23 Dual Credit Handbook
The 22-23 Dual Credit Handbook outlines the dual credit opportunities for EIPS’ students for the 2022-2023 school year. Dual credit is the opportunity to take post-secondary courses while still in high school. Students can earn 5 30-level high school credits and 3 University level course credits for any course they choose. Enroll in one or more introductory courses that will offer great exposure to post-secondary studies. Many courses are electives and can be transferable across various universities and colleges (for example, Psychology 1040, Human Development, and Sociology 1000). Others are specific to certain programs offered at a college (for example, Olds and Lakeland College courses). Course availability will be subject to enrollment. If you would like to enroll in one or more of the dual credit opportunities please complete the 22-23 Dual Credit Registration Form for more information.
Entrance Requirements for the Trades
Another great way to discover which trade or occupation is right for you is taking an opportunity to participate in our off campus work programs.
Student interested in Work Experience, an off campus opportunity to discover career interests in a meaningful work activity, must have prerequisites completed before hours and credits can be counted.
Prerequisites: CTR 1010 and HCS 3000. Please see Mrs. Bennett for more information.
Students interested in the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) must complete a career investigation report, have CTR 1010, HCS 3000, and HCS 3010 completed before placements will be considered. Attendance, course marks, and behavior will also be discussed.