Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

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Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

"The Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) allows students to begin training for a career in the skilled trades. They must be entering Grade 11 and at least 16 years old.

Students can earn cooperative education credits by participating. They may also be able to register as apprentices and begin logging their apprenticeship hours. Work experiences may be available in a wide range of trades in the automotive, construction, manufacturing and service industries."
Source: Student Success/Learning to 18. Ontario Ministry of Education 2009 April 28 <http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/teachers/studentsuccess/oyap.html>

For more info visit <http://www.oyap.com>