ACE IT
Carpentry-Culinary Arts-Automotive Service Technician Level 1

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CARPENTRY
Carpentry Program Description
Carpentry Program exam Study Package
PROFESSIONAL COOK
Professional Cook Program
Pro Cook Program exam Study Package
AUTOMOTIVE
Automotive Service Technician Program
Automotive Program exam Study Package
Provincial Career Education Resources
Vancouver Island University Trades Programs
ITA Website
Ministry Program Guides
Ministry of Education Careers and Applied Programs
Trades Training BC


ACE IT (or Accelerated Credit Enrolment in Industry Training) offers the ability for students to begin work experience and training in a certified trade while still in Secondary School.  Overseen by the Industry Trades Authority (wwhttp://www.itabc.ca/site3.aspxw), students complete their work under the supervision of a Red Seal certified tradesperson and Vancouver Island University instructor.

Students who complete the program with over 70% will receive credit from Vancouver Island University, their Level 1 certification and work-based hours recognized by the ITA.

The Ministry of Education recognizes that this program provides a valuable transition for students as they move into the working world:

The goals of ACE IT include:
  • providing students with a smooth transition from school to work.
  • enhancing students existing trade-specific job-readiness skills, or providing opportunities for the development of new skills.
  • providing students with the opportunity to obtain a Level 1 technical training certification in a given trade.
  • helping prepare students to enter the world of work with the skills, attitudes, and sense of responsibility necessary to be successful.
ACE IT Careers Program for the 2017/ 2018 school year ENTRANCE EXAM Date to Be Determined April, 2017
Entrance Exam Re-Write: End of April 2017


Registration packages and practice entrance exams can be picked up from your school councelor or downloaded from www.sd46.bc.ca, Programs and Services and then ACE-IT.

Note:  This exam is compulsory for admission to all ACE-IT programs.  If you have any questions or concerns contact Sally Simpson at 604-886-8647


APPLICATION PROCESS FOR 2017/2018
There is an informational meeting for parents and students:

Meetings will be confirmed early April at Chatelech and Elphinstone to review our applications and confirm our programs.  Both meetings will be in the school library.


Upon successful acceptance into the program a $50 non refundable deposit will be required to indictate commitment and reserve a spot in the program.  This fee will then be used towards the fees for the program.


ACE IT Applications
For 2017 / 2018 we are offering the Carpentry, Pro - Cook programs and Automotive programs dependindent on enrollment, space and funding.

If you are considering taking one of our ACE-IT programs next year please let your counsellor know during course selection.

For more information:

Cheryl Wilson
Career Program Coordinator
604-740-2738
cwilson@sd46.bc.ca

Paul Bishop, Director of Instruction
Secondary Programs and Careers
604-886-4487,
pbishop@sd46.bc.ca