The Registered Apprenticeship Program gives you the opportunity to start your training in a TRADE while you are still in High School.
You can earn up to 40 High School credits, while also earning hours in your Apprenticeship Book…and you get paid while you are at work.
…working as a RAP apprentice for one semester, and going to school the next
…working half a day, and going to school the other half
…working during the evenings, weekends, holidays and attending school during the regular term
…working over the summer time
There are 50 different trades to choose form in Alberta. We can help you narrow it down if you need help. For more information on RAP… including scholarship, trade and occupation descriptions, financial assistance and training opportunitits – visit the Government of Alberta Apprentice and Industry Training website. As an APPRENTICE you work under the direct supervision of a JOURNEYMAN who has been through the training process themselves. Apprenticeship training last an average of 4 years long with a couple of months of Technical Training at SAIT each year.For more information Contact Mr. Don Middleton Lord Beaverbrook Work Experience and RAP Coordinator Email: LCFreeborn@cbe.ab.ca