Welcome to the Isleld Career Centre!
Come and see us in the Student Services area! We can help you with:
- Identifying Career Goals
- Work Experience placements and questions
- Information on Work Experience 12A & 12B (4 credits each)
- Train in Trades (formally Ace-it Accelerated credit enrollment in industry training)
- DC (Dual Credit)
- Year 12+ SD71 support in 12) year at college in trades or diploma/certificate programs
- External Certifications (Step, First Aid, Food Safe)
- Camps (RCMP, Firefighters)
We are Mr. R. James, and Mr. P. Lineger
Career and Education Links and Resources:
Click the highlighted area to get a copy of the Community Consent Form which students from grade 8 – 12 can complete to document their volunteer hours. Once completed these forms can be kept in the Career Centre and added to your resume, used for the 4 pillars award documentation, community connections for grad transitions and bursary applications.
Click Here to go to the SD71 Careers page, with info on district career programs such as Train in Trades, Dual Credit options, and career planning.
Careercruising.com is another great resource for searching out career options, see any of the staff in the Career Centre for the username and password.
More good links and resources for career and education planning:
- WorkBC Parent Guide (PDF) – An informative booklet that guides parents through career counselling for their child.
- www.myblueprint.ca – Students have logins and portfolios here
- www.workfutures.bc.ca – Provides labour market and salary info for many careers and occupations, also valuable interview and “day-in-the-life” background info.
- www.educationplanner.ca – Guide to thousands of post-secondary programs in BC, including links to colleges and universities, overview of program length, costs, entrance requirements.
- http://ita.essentialskillsgroup.com/ – Skill guide for most of the trades recognized in the province, particularly useful as it provides resources for skill improvement after the assessment quizzes are completed.
- ITABC is the source for trades and apprenticeship information in BC.