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Dual Credit Projects

Dual Credit Programs

Dual Credit programs build on a strong foundation and long history of effective school board and college partnerships at the local level to actively promote college and apprenticeship as pathways of choice for more secondary school students. Dual Credit Programs are intended to assist secondary students in the completion of their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and their successful transition to college and apprenticeship programs. 

Visit: http://www.gotocollege.ca for further information on dual credits

Types of Dual Credit Programs

Team Taught

  • Delivered (team-teaching) by a secondary school teacher and a college instructor
  • Dual credit based on matched college and secondary curriculum
  • Also could include an apprenticeship focus based on team-teaching of matched Level 1 Apprenticeship and secondary curriculum
  • Successful students will receive a course mark in on a college transcript and a mark on their high school transcript with the matched high school course

College Delivered

  • Delivered by a college instructor involving the dedicated role of secondary school teachers (dual credit teachers).
  • Dual credit based on a college-delivered college course(s)
  • Also could include a college-delivered level 1 apprenticeship in-school training involving the dedicated role of secondary teachers
  • Successful students will receive a course mark  on a college transcript and a mark on their high school transcript with a new Ministry coding developed from the college course

Other information related to dual credits:

Participating School Board  in Dual Credit Programs

2015-16 RPT 11 Dual Credit Offerings

Thunder Bay & Regional High School Dual Credit Information

Team taught model in which courses are taught by a secondary school teacher and college instructor.

Thunder Bay High Schools

High School

High School Credit

College Credit

College Program

Westgate

Transportation Tech. – TTJ4C

 

Electricity & Electronics – HC123

Automotive/Heavy Equip.

Churchill

Manufacturing Tech. – TMJ4C

 

T-Joints – WC126

Welding Techniques

Superior

Transportation Tech. – TTJ4C

Aircraft Construction & Science – AM130

Aircraft Maintenance

Hammarskjold

Understanding Canadian Law - CLU3M

Criminology - PF331

Law and Security

St. Patrick’s

Transportation Tech. – TTJ3C

Manufacturing Tech. – TMJ4C

Construction Tech. – TCJ3C

Technological Design and the Environment – TDJ30

 

Applied Work Practices – HC121

T-Joints – WC126

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

Basic Drafting – CE140

Automotive/Heavy Equip.

Welding Techniques

Construction Techniques

Engineering Technology

St. Ignatius

Manufacturing Tech. – TMJ4C

 

T-Joints – WC126

Welding Techniques

High Schools – West

High School

High School Credit

College Credit

College Program

Atikokan High School

Outdoor Activities – PAD4O

 

Regional Geography: Travel and Tourism – CGG30

 

Food and Culture – TFC3M

Outdoor Adventure Principles – TT213

Canada Travels – Issues and Destinations- TT117

 

Foods of The Americas- GE080

Hospitality and Tourism

 

Hospitality and Tourism

 

 

Hospitality and Tourism

Fort Frances High School

Outdoor Activities – PAD4O

 

Personal and Fitness Activities- PAF30

 

FNMI Outdoor Ed. – PAD30

 

Outdoor Adventure Prin. – TT213

 

Wellness for Life – AS220

Information and

 

Adventure Expeditions - TT330

Hospitality and Tourism

 

Hospitality and Tourism

 

 

Hospitality and Tourism

 

Rainy River High School

Outdoor Activities – PAD40

 

 

FNMI Food and Culture – HFC3M

 

Construction Tech. – TWJ4E

 

Outdoor Adventure Principles – TT213

 

Foods of The Americas- GE080

 

 

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

 

Hospitality and Tourism

 

 

Hospitality and Tourism

 

 

Construction Techniques

 

Red Lake High School

 

Personal and Fitness Activities – PAF30

Wellness for Life – AS220

Community Services

 

Queen Elizabeth HS – Sioux Lookout

 

Health Care – TPJ3C/4C

Structure and Function of the Human Body – PW205

Community Services

 

Beaver Brae HS – Kenora

 

Transportation Technology – TTJ3C

Applied Work Practices – HC121

Automotive/Heavy Equip

 

High Schools – East

High School

High School Credit

College Credit

College Program

Marathon High School

Construction Technology – TCJ4C

Manufacturing Technology – TMJ3E/C

Transportation Technology – TTJ3C

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

 

T-Joints – WC126

 

Applied Work Practices – HC121

Construction Techniques

 

Welding Techniques

 

Automotive/Heavy Equip

Lake Superior High School

Manufacturing Technology – TMJ3E/C

Construction Technology – TCJ3C

T-Joints – WC126

 

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

Welding Techniques

 

Construction Techniques

Manitouwadge HS

Hospitality – TFT3C

 

Manufacturing Technology – TMJ3E/C

Nutritional Theory and Food Preparation – CU140

T-Joints – WC126

Hospitality/Culinary Management

Welding Techniques

Nip-Rock High School

Manufacturing Technology – TMJ3E/C

T-Joints – WC126

Welding Techniques

Geraldton High School

Transportation Technology – TTJ3C

Construction Technology –

TTJ3C

Applied Work Practices – HC121

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

 

Automotive/Heavy Equip.

 

Construction Techniques

 

 

FN - Animiki Migizi High School (Long Lac)

Construction Technology – TCJ3C

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

Construction Techniques

 

College delivered courses are delivered by a college instructor involving the oversight of a secondary dual credit teacher

Thunder Bay  High Schools

High School

College Course

Ministry Coding

All Thunder Bay high schools

College Jump-Start - SWAC

College Link - SWAC

College Now

Summer School

Building Skills for Success – GE113

Digital Photography – MM103

Microsoft Office – MC155

Baking and Pastry Arts – CU130

Tech. Studies (Trades) – TP155

Understanding Addictions – PY114

Sociology of Community: The Aboriginal Context – SY066

Information Age – AS110

Wellness for Life – AS 220

Top-ups

JEB4T

AFI4T

IBI4T

TUE4T

TAP4T

PPC4T

NBC4T

TQF4T

PPI4T

High Schools – West

High School

College Course

Ministry Coding

Red Lake High School

Introduction to Mining – MN130

 

SVB4T

St. Thomas Aquinas High School

Nutritional Theory and Food Preparation – CU140

Baking and Pastry Arts – CU130

Building Skills for Success – GE113

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

Technological Studies – TP155

TKQ4T

TUE4T

JEB4T

TSR4T

TAP4T

Dryden High School – SWAC

Workplace Readiness - AS332

Microsoft Office Applications - MC 155

Top-ups

GCE4T

IBI4T

Dryden High School

Welding T-Joints – WC126

Machine Shop I - MX131

TLM4T

tbd

Queen Elizabeth HS- Sioux Lookout – FNMI - SWAC

Microsoft Office Applications - MC 155

Engine Systems – HC122

IBI4T

TTG4T

Queen Elizabeth HS- Sioux Lookout – FNMI – Aboriginal Entrepreneurship

Office Procedures 1 – OA122

BOC4T

Fort Frances HS, Rainy River HS, Atikokan HS - SWAC

Building Skills for Success – GE 113

 Technological Studies – TP155

Introduction to Mining – MN130

Baking and Pastry Arts- CU130

Top-ups

JEB4T

TAP4T

SVB4T

 TUE4T

Geraldton HS - SWAC

Workplace Readiness - AS332

 Building Skills for Success- GE113

Top-ups

GCE4T

JEB4T

 

 

First Nations High Schools – College Delivered

 

 

Kenora

Building Skills for Success – GE113

Digital Photography – MM103

JEB4T

AFI4T

Thunder Bay

Basic Hand Tools – CT121

Outdoor Adventure Principles – TT213

TSR4T

TJK4T

Pelican Falls

Recreation & Leadership Options 1 – RL130

 

PLC4T

 

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Kenora CatholicKeewatinLakehead Public SchoolsRainy RiverGreenstoneThunder Bay Catholic District School Board