Adult Special Education Workplace Skills Training Program Will be offering in September 2018 and January 2019
ASE WST is a program for adults with special learning needs. Program staff and faculty prepare students for the responsibilities of independent living and the demands of entry-level employment. Students explore their interests and aptitudes while developing social, interpersonal and practical skills needed in the workplace. A work-experience placement in a community workplace environment gives students the opportunity to develop and practice necessary employment skills.
Earns you an ADULT SPECIAL EDUCATION WORKPLACE SKILLS TRAINING CERTIFICATE
Other Programs under Adult Special Education:
Retail Services Plus Program New Program - Prince Rupert Only - Dates to be announced
The Retail Services Plus Program prepares students for entry-level positions in the Retail and or Business Sector. The accelerated program is an alternative for the Foundation level (Retail Services Program).
Retail Services Program Intake September 2017 and January 2018
ASE RSP is a program for adults with special learning needs. The program prepares students with barriers to employment for entry-level positions in the retail and business sector. Individualized training in both classroom and laboratory settings provide students the essential knowledge and skills to obtain employment in a variety of work environments including retal, wholesale, warehouse, and business worksites. Upon completion of on-campus training, students will have the opportunity to gain work experience through participation in employer work site practicums.
Adult Special Education Workplace Skills Training Program
Fall Semester (September - December)
- WST 100-2.0 Personal Profile and Career Planning
- WST 101-1.0 Managing Your Money
- WST 102-2.0 Introduction to Workplace Safety
- WST 121-3.0 Developing a Positive Work Attitude
- WST 104-1.5 Basic Computer Skills
- WST 105-5.0 Survival Math
- WST 118-1.0 Pre FoodSafe
- WST 119-0.5 FoodSafe Level 1
- WST 120-1.0 Serving It Right
- WST 111-2.0 Job Search Techniques
Winter Semester (January - May)
- WST 113-0.5 WorldHost
- WST 114-2.5 Developing Social Skills for Employment
- WST 115-2.0 Interpersonal Skills
- WST 116-1.0 Interacting With Others at Work
- WST 117-2.0 Rights and Responsibilities
- WST 107-6.0 Work Experience Practicum
* Successful completion of WST 105, 113, 118, 119 and 120 is not required in order to receive the Workplace Skills Training Certificate.
Literacy classes are self-paced and may be taken in conjunction with or independently of WST.
Functional Literacy instruction is available on a part-time basis. Classes are self-paced and registration is on-going (space permitting).
Students start at LIT 100, LIT 101, LIT 102 or LIT 103 depending on skill level.
Graduates are prepared for entry-level employment in various industry and retail sectors.
Admission to the program is open. Students must have learning difficulties that prevent them from taking part in mainstream courses and must complete program requirements. Students should be aware that an intake interview is required before they can enter into the program. Please contact the Program Coordinator to schedule an interview.
Please note: Successful completion of WST 105, 113, 118, 119 and 120 is not required in order to receive the Workplace Skills Training Certificate. For ASE RSP students require a minimum level literacy 101 functioning and ability to count to 100.
|Program||Location||Start Date||End Date|
|Retail Services Program||Terrace||September 5, 2017||December 15, 2017|
|Retail Services Program||Terrace||January 8, 2018||April 27, 2018|
Adult Special Education Fees
|FEES||Full-Time (36 Weeks)|
|*Student Union Fees:||$122.58|
|Total Program Costs:
(Total Tuition plus additional costs)
Fees are effective as of August 2017
**Please note that these are approximate costs and may vary depending on courses taken.
Books may be available in the library or may be purchased second hand.
You may be able to apply for help to pay your fees. Please come to the college and ask an advisor about financial assistance or funding that may be available.