Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
Are you interested in
- Starting your postsecondary training early in a respected career
- Working with your hands
- Working with people
- Creating and seeing the finished product
- Applying your math and science skills
As a RAP student you can earn a salary plus 40 high school credits, including four 35 level, 5 credit courses towards your high school diploma.
Choose from over 50 trades and accumulate hours towards your first year apprenticeship.
Compulsory Certification Trades:
Certification required to work in the trade. Apprentices must be supervised by a journeyman.
Optional Certification Trades
Certification is not mandatory to work in the trade. Apprentices must be supervised by a person knowledgeable in the trade.
For more information contact:
Assistant Superintendent - Learnng Services
BTPS (780) 806-2059
Dr. Folkins (Chauvin), Edgerton School, E.H. Walter School (Paradise Valley), Hughenden School, Irma School, Provost Public School, Wainwright High School
780-806-2061 or 780-806-9310 (cell) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dewberry School, Innisfree School, J.R. Robson School, Kitscoty High School, Mannville School, Marwayne School, Students Online
780-872-1885 (cell) or email at email@example.com
Wainwright High School, Irma School, Delnorte-Innisfree School, Mannville School
780-806-6661 (cell) or 780-842-4481 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alberta Apprenticeship Board
- Green Certificate
- Partnerships & Services
- Registered Apprenticeship Program
- Students Online
- Work Experience