Employer Information – Off-Campus Education

This page has information for Off-Campus Employers and is set up in three sections:

Work Experience

Introduction notes for the employer

Getting Started

Learning Plan Template is the master copy you will create for the work experience you wish to offer our students. You can refer to the employability skills lists to see the expectations for each level of work experience. It is expected that WE35 requires more from the student than WE15

Description of Employability Skills

Employability Skills 15

Employability Skills 25

Employability Skills 35

To ensure a safe learning environment, the off-campus coordinator will contact the employer to complete a inspection form.

Once you have a placement

Employer Evaluation 1
Employer Evaluation 2

Once your placement is finished

Off Campus Evaluation

 

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)

Introduction notes for the employer

RAP allows students to start their career while in high school.  More information on apprenticeship training and RAP can be found at tradsecrets.alberta.ca. Students must apply online for their apprenticeship at Tradesecrets as well. If they have any questions, they should contact the off-campus coordinator.  If employers have specific apprenticeship/RAP placement questions, they may also contact Lorraine Jackson at Careers: The Next Generation.

Assessment sheet for RAP will be used as a guideline by the employer to assess the student. The final grade is still generated by the off-campus coordinator.

There are two items for assessing – employability skills and trade-related skills.  Employers need to complete both forms for their placement upon completion of each 125 hour block.  Something new has to be be added and assessed during each block of hours.  These could be employability or trade-related.  The employer should consult with the off-campus coordinator when in doubt.  These assessment forms are also the basis of the learning plan for the student.

Employability Skills Assessment form assessment plan

blank RAP learning plan and assessment form can be used when items do not fit on the skills form or the trades form

Trade Assessment Forms

Auto body Technician

Auto Service Technician (AST)

Baker

Boilermaker

Bricklayer

Cabinetmaker

Carpenter

Cook

Electrician

Floorcovering Installer

Glazier

Hairstylist

Heavy Equipment Technician (HET)

Instrument Technician

Insulator

Ironworker

Iron worker Metal Building Systems Erector

Landscape Gardener

Machinist

Millwright

Motor Cycle Mechanic

Outdoor Power Equipment Technician

Painter and Decorator

Parts Technician

Plumber

Recreation Vehicle Service Technician

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic

Roofer

Sheet Metal Worker

Sprinkler System Installer

Tile Setter

Transport Refrigeration Technician

Welder

These pages have been taken from the Off-campus Education Handbook from Alberta Education

 

Injury Reporting

Please review this document for the off-campus injury reporting pr0cedure

In the event of an injury, please refer to this document.