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Preparation for a semi skilled trade (SST)

375 hours per year – 15 periods per week

The Preparation for a Semiskilled Trade program enables students to master the competencies assigned to a specific semiskilled trade.

The goal of this class is to help students construct their professional identity,
adopt behaviours and attitudes required in the workplace and take a first step in the integration into the work force.

In this class, students will have the opportunity to develop work-related competencies in actual work settings. They will also gain a better understanding of employers’ requirements and their need for competent, reliable workers.

All Semi-skilled trainings will need to be approved by KI’s department of Sanctions, Parfait Ceme (parfait.ceme@kativik.qc.ca) to confirm the training will respect the ministry’s expectation. Before setting up any work training, the teacher should review the ministry directory for semi-skilled trades and identify the work training the student will follow. The student must master all mandatory competencies within one semi-skilled trade.

The Ministry Directory for Semi-Skilled Trades

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