The students will have the opportunity to be employed for approximately 7 weeks during July and August, earn up to two high school Apprenticeship credits, document these hours on a 6A form and receive Early Safety Training. Students will have to complete their Young Workers Readiness Certificate and WHIMIS online prior to starting the safety training on July 3rd .
This is our opportunity to thank all of our partners who have been instrumental in the success of RDIEC programs this past year.
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Regina District Industry Education Council will again be hosting its annual grade nine “Try a Career” Days, at the Balgonie Rink and Communiplex on Tuesday, May 15th – Thursday, May 17th. The goal is to assist students in thinking about their post-secondary plans and encourage them to seriously start investigating possible career futures.