South Island high school students can take Camosun courses and earn dual credit - credit that counts toward your high school and college credentials.
Southern Vancouver Island Skills Canada Regional Competitions
and Discover Trades & Technology Event
Friday, March 3, 2017
Camosun College – Interurban Campus
Dual Credit programs and courses let you earn high school and college credits at the same time. South Island high school students can take advantage of Dual Credit opportunities in trades, technology, health and human services, business, sport and exercise, and arts and science.
Talk to your parents and your high school counsellor about your career ideas.
The South Island Partnership (SIP) includes Camosun College and the five south Vancouver Island school districts:
Working together with local industry leaders, SIP provides Dual Credit programs and courses to give high school students a head start on their post secondary and career paths.
SIP programming is supported by a team of secondary school teachers, college instructors, and local employers to facilitate curriculum sharing, professional development, and student transitions.