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By , May 15, 2014

From the Alaska Highway News:

Education in British Columbia could look significantly different in coming years, as the BC Jobs Blueprint refocuses training to meet the needs of industry – but many around here say the Peace Region is ahead of the pack.”…

Read the rest of the article here.

A Fair Trade

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By , May 5, 2014

Local journalist Elaine Anselmi interviewed SD69 students about the new Trades pilot project. Read the Alaska Highway news article here.

March CES Newsletter

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By , April 2, 2014

The Career Education Society March newsletter is now available! Find out about the conference, Skills competition, local news, and much more. CES_Newsletter_March 2014

Skilled Students

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Chef Michael French looks over Dawson Creek Secondary Student Tiffani Germain’s efforts in the Baking section of the Skills Competition. Photo by Elaine Anselmi

Northern Lights College hosted the local Skills competition. Elaine Anselmi from the  Alaska Highway News was on hand to document the event. Her full article can be found here.

 

Bennett Brings the Goods

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By , October 22, 2013

Journalist Matt Lamers wrote an article in the Dawson Creek Daily news about the BC Minister of Energy and Mines funding announcement:

Bennett brings the goods

Students Weigh their Options

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By , June 26, 2013
Paige Karcynski leads a tour of Grade 9 students from schools in the Fort St. John and Fort Nelson area around the new simulated well site training facility and drilling rig at Northern Lights College in Fort St. John during dual credit day. - photo by Gavin Crites

Paige Karcynski leads a tour of Grade 9 students from schools in the Fort St. John and Fort Nelson area around the new simulated well site training facility and drilling rig at Northern Lights College in Fort St. John during dual credit day. – photo by Gavin Crites

Students from around the area got a glimpse into their potential futures yesterday. Close to 200 Grade 9 students participated in tours and information sessions at the Northern Lights College’s Fort St. John campus, taking a look at trades and academic courses offered at the school as part of a dual credit program which allows students to earn high school and post-secondary credits simultaneously and enter the job market faster.
The tours were important to show students what kind of options they have for the future, said Paige Karczynski, workforce-training coordinator at the college.
“It gives them a hands-on point of view of what they’d be doing,” she said. “Many of them probably have parents who do this kind of work and hear the stories, but it helps them with the aspect of being there and seeing it and it peaks their interest a little bit. They’re still only in Grade 9, but at least it gives them options to get their courses lined up correctly.”
Reese Cowie of Bert Bowes Middle School attended a psychology and social work class, subjects she’d like to study in the future.
“It helps us decide what course we’re going to choose for our high school years and what we want to pursue later in life,” she said, adding the dual credit program is something she’ll definitely consider on her way to being a psychologist.
“I thought social work would be a little more interesting, but with psychology, I’m definitely going to try my hardest to do it,” Cowie said. “In my psychology class, (the instructor) demonstrated a few different memory tests and how we think when we’re trying to remember things. She would say a long list of digits then wait for a second then we would write it all out and nobody got it. It’s so cool to see what you remember.”
The tour of the drilling rig somewhat cemented Dr. Kearney Middle School Grade 9 student Wesley Babkirk’s plans as well.
“I liked learning and seeing what it’s like being on there,” Babkirk said, adding he can see himself working in that environment in the future.
“But then I want to further my education and be a millwright,” he added.
Asked if he felt he was in the right tour today, he responded, “Yea, I think I was. I think this is what I’ll definitely being doing here.”
Grade 9 student Jaedon Braun of Bert Bowes Middle School signed up to see the English and teaching courses.
“It was pretty cool,” he said. “We did a little bit of analyzing media and such. The teaching class seemed pretty interesting. I think I might want to be a teacher.”
He said the dual credit program is a good idea and something he’ll pursue once he gets to Grade 11 and Grade 12.
The program is something Karczynski, who led the students around the simulated well site training facility and drilling rig, said she wished was an option in schools where she grew up.
“This is something they didn’t offer in southern Ontario, but I wish they would have because this is an awesome opportunity,” she said.
Jeff Mayer works out of North Peace Secondary School as a work experience teacher for the school district’s careers program. He talked about the benefits of getting an early start on a career path, like completing apprentice hours while still in school and reaping the financial rewards of accredited workplace experience at an early age.
“This stuff sells itself,” Mayer said. “It just provides opportunities for kids.”
Mayer added there are also academic benefits to students seeing the applicability of what they’re learning.
“It’s quite amazing to see what happens,” he said. “Once the students see the relevance of what they’re doing and they see the light at the end of the tunnel and the goal, that’s half the battle. You see that work ethic just ratchet right up.”

~ GAVEN CRITES, Alaska Highway News, May 23, 2013

Northern Opportunities “export model” development

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By , June 13, 2013
Northern Opportunities (NOP) is working with Sage Transitions to develop a model that describes what Northern Opportunities is, how it works and how others can replicate its success. Ten years of work has involved considerable learning, development and expansion of the program. Now, Sage Transitions is helping Northern Opportunities develop a report to “export” the model to other regions.
To get a realistic and more personalized look at Northern Opportunities, Sage Transitions is interviewing many of the people involved. They are asking questions about how the program has affected people, students, schools, employers and the communities involved.
These interviews will help NOP understand the big picture and the overall Northern Opportunities model. Sage Transitions are interested in the people and the stories behind the program. They hope to connect with many people who have been involved in different parts of Northern Opportunities to put together a full and complete perspective of the program.

Working Together Gets the Job Done

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By , April 25, 2013

The commitment of numerous community partners is what makes career opportunities for youth possible, proving the adage “it takes a village to raise a child.”

Dale McEahern (Carpenter) and Rayel Cooper (Oil & Gas Field Operator) share their experience as two of the many students who have benefitted from dual credit programs through Northern Opportunities partnerships that allow local youth to get college credits and experience while they complete their high school diplomas.

Dale McEahern (Carpenter) and Rayel Cooper (Oil & Gas Field Operator) share their experience as two of the many students who have benefitted from dual credit programs through Northern Opportunities partnerships that allow local youth to get college credits and experience while they complete their high school diplomas.

Northern Opportunities held a mixer last week to highlight its contributors and celebrate 10 years of providing dual credit programs to secondary students in the area. The organization links Fort Nelson, Peace River North, and Peace River South school districts, Northern Lights College, First Nations and industry to combine high school, college studies and practical training so students can get advanced college credit and certifications in a trade while they finish high school. At the event, students who partook said the program was an invaluable stepping stone.

“Growing up I always had my sights set on being a horse riding instructor,” said Rayel Cooper. “I’ve lived on a farm my whole life, so I knew the career I wanted was something to do with horses, so why not teach kids how to ride?”

She said when she learned about the trades, she realized there might be another way to support her hobbies.

“As I got older I researched into it a bit more and came to realize there was a lot more to it than I thought,” she said. “When I was about 16 I knew the job I wanted had to be a good-paying job because I had a list of things I wanted like a truck, a snowmobile and, of course, a horse trailer.”

Cooper said she first learned about the dual credit program in junior high when her class toured nearby colleges. She started to plan for her career around Grade 11, she said, using that information to guide her.

“I also knew a few people that went through the program as well so I looked into the courses the college offered as dual credit programs and one that really caught my eye was power engineering,” she said.

“So for my Grade 11 year I signed up for all the high school courses I needed to take to get into power engineering and close to the end of the year I was kind of getting mixed feelings about working in the oil patch in that particular career. So I looked into other courses and another one that caught my eye was oil and gas field operations. I knew it was kind of similar to power engineering and that it was only four-and-a-half months long so if I didn’t like the oil patch I only went through four-and-a-half months of schooling instead of a year of schooling.”

Cooper said it was challenging to be away from home for the first time, but one she says developed her character.

“The course was offered at the Fort St. John campus (of Northern Lights College) so I had to move into a dorm which was a little scary. The first few weeks of college was very overwhelming. I was the youngest in the program and the only
girl. I didn’t really know anyone, so it definitely helped me out to become more of an independent person because I didn’t have anyone to rely on to do stuff for me. Once I got to know everyone in class it became a lot more fun and I was excited to go to class every day.”

It turned out Cooper had found something she wanted to stick with. Now she is employed with a large oil and gas corporation and, she says, having the time of her life.

“I get along really good with everybody that I work with. My mentor was really good, he taught me a lot. A year after I started working I got offered a direct position under (that company) so I accepted it and it’s been great, they recently sent me and one other lady to Nashville for a really big safety conference, that was the trip of a lifetime,” Cooper said.

“They are a company to grow and they are providing job opportunities. I’m very thankful for the high school and the college for providing us with the dual credit program because without it I wouldn’t be where I am today.”

Dale McEachern was equally complimentary.

“I did the dual credit program and I went into my level two carpenter and it was definitely a good experience,” he said. “Without the Northern Opportunities I don’t think I would be where I am now and I really want to thank them for having this for the student to be able to even consider going in the field, getting hands-on and I’m currently working with a journeyman carpenter right now and I’m getting all my hands-on training and I’m learning every day new things.”

McEachern’s mother, Alma, said the program helped Dale to become excited for school while most kids consider it a chore.

“We talked about what he really liked about school and he said, ‘Well I like the wood work,’” She said. “So I said we’ll see about him going into carpentry and we were at the high school and he got into level one carpentry in Grade 11 and
it was like a new world for him. Eight o’clock in the morning was nothing to have him up, dressed, waiting at the door for me to get ready and go to school instead of me running and saying Dale, we’ve got to go, we’re going to be late.”

She said she was full of pride for Dale’s achievements and gratitude to the partners of Northern Opportunities.

“The person he’s got working with him right now is not only his employer, but Dale had a couple rough bumps in college and he called on mom to come and help. He says ‘Mom, I don’t understand this.’ I said ‘phone your boss,’ so he did. The person that he’s working for said, ‘Bring your books and we’ll go through it.’

“So thank you for the program itself, the sponsors who’ve been in the program and the workers who are out there in the world employing our students and letting them learn under them. As a mom I am really grateful and thankful that he’s now chosen his career he’s so looking forward to.”

~ Derek Bedry, Alaska Highway News

Discover Trades BC featured at Northern Lights College Dual Credit Day in School District No. 59

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By , December 2, 2012

By Jill Earl
Northeast News Nov. 22

DAWSON CREEK- Grade nine students from across School District 59 came to the Dawson Creek campus of Northern Lights College last Thursday to get a closer look at the career opportunities available in trades.

The students participated in a number of sessions that allowed them to visit classrooms and learn hands-on about different programs the college offers. Sessions showcased opportunities in plumbing, electrician, carpentry, hairstyling and cosmetology, millwright, welding, automotive and cooking.

Kelly Betts, project manager for Discover Trades BC, says that many high school students are aware of common trades like plumbing and carpentry but don’t know about the vast majority of others.

“There are over a 100 different trades and so there’s so many jobs out there and skill sets required to support our society. The more that we can expose students with events like today where they get a chance to go into those shops and talk to those people and go, ‘wow, I had no idea’, really a great opportunity for these students,” she said.

Betts was invited to speak during the day and introduced the students and educators to the Discover Trades BC website, which includes a variety of resources for those thinking about getting into trades. She believes it’s important to expose students at an early age about different education and career paths and that information sessions like the one held at the college are necessary for students to form a decision.

“What our research is telling us is that students formulate their opinions about careers quite early…often times at grade 11 or 12 they’ve already made their decisions about what they’re planning to do after high school. If they don’t get exposure earlier about the opportunities and what it might be like to work in a career, then they get a very screwed perspective of the world,” Betts said.

The day also introduced students to the duel credit program offered by NLC and school districts across the province. Duel credit programs allow high school students, who have met all necessary prerequisites, to take college programs or classes while earning credits towards their high school diploma in their grade 11 or 12 year.

If students enroll in a trades program for a semester they can earn 16 credits towards their high school diploma- which needs 80 credits- as apart of their electives courses, a college credential if it’s a certificate program and they earn foundational or level one of whatever trade that they’re enrolled in.

“So in a way it’s almost a triple credit program,” said Frances Armstrong, career programs manager for School District 59.

Students can take just about every program offered at the college including university transfer courses and academic courses, but they are encouraged to talk to their career counsellor early on about their interest to ensure they have all the required classes.

The school district has had this program available to students for over the past 15 years, though it began only for a couple students who’s needs weren’t being met by the regular
high school program.

Armstrong says that in 2005, the Industry Training Authority made funding available to school districts to engage students in trades programs while they were still in high school. The funding program is called ACE IT, accelerated credit enrollment in industry training, it is available across the province and provides money to school districts to pay for the college programs and courses taken by duel credit students.

“They could see that there was going to be a huge demand for trades in the future…they knew what was coming, so this is an initiative that they started,” said Armstrong about the hundreds of thousands of job vacancies expected in Canada in the future.

Dawson Creek grade nine student, Austin Collins, says that he learned a lot during the day and wasn’t aware that cooking and early childhood education were even considered trades.

“Welding is not me, or automotive, cooking is more me…The day is not even finished and I can almost guarantee this is something I’d love to do, just the duel credit,” Collins said.

Betts says the trades have changed considerably over the last number of years and are expected to keep changing as new information and technology become available. She says hands-on information sessions directed at students helps them to make educated choices about potential careers.

“A lot of parents perspectives-if they haven’t had a lot of exposure to trades-they may not understand the opportunities…if you haven’t had exposure to something it’s really hard to be recommending certain areas or certain careers, so yeah I think there is a stigma,” Betts said.

“It’s not a low skill activity. To be a trades person, to be a good trades person, it does require post secondary education, college education, so a lot of times people don’t
 understand that,” she adds.

Summer Newsletter

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