RAP and Work Experience
Developing life and job skills is important for everyone. In RAP (Registered Apprenticeship Program) and Work Experience, students can earn while they learn and gain credits. They will receive ongoing support and encouragement as every student gains confidence in themselves. Most importantly, they will be able to make informed career choices.
Learning happens both inside and outside the classroom. By taking RAP or Work Experience, students will be able to gain knowledge and hands-on experience in the world that they choose. They get to build skills and a portfolio for future employment, and ready themselves for the work world!
For students wanting to register in work experience, they must first complete the HCS3000 Workplace Safety Systems course which is a pre-requisite for work experience. Below is the link to complete the HCS3000 course. Please ensure you are using your EPSB Google Account to view and complete this course.
1) HCS 3000 Workplace Safety Systems Course - https://sites.google.com/a/epsb.ca/epsbhcs3000/home
2) When you have completed the HCS 3000 Workplace Safety Systems Course, please fill out the following form to register for Work Experience.
Queen Elizabeth High School is proudly partnered with Metro for our RAP Program.
RAP stands for Registered Apprenticeship Program. It allows students to work as an apprentice in a trade to earn credits toward a high school diploma, accumulating hours towards a ticket in one of Alberta's 50 designated trades - all while earning a competitive wage. Earn 5 credits for every 125 hours, to a maximum of 40 credits or 1000 hours.
For more information with RAP, please call Metro at 780.428.1111