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 (email@example.com) 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.
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Competency 1: Develops the specific competencies associated with a semiskilled trade
- Recognizes work methods
- Performs required tasks
- Reflects on his/her methods
Competency 2: Adopts attitudes and behaviours required in the workplace
- Recognizes expected attitudes and behaviours
- Adapts to the workplace
- Reflects on his/her attitudes and behaviours
in the workplace
At the end of the program, students will
- have developed the specific competencies associated with a semiskilled trade,
- be able to examine each task related to the specific competency associated with the chosen trade,
- capable of adopting the attitudes and behaviours employers expect.
Competency 1: The student develops the specific competencies associated with a semiskilled trade by
- preparing thoroughly for their training in a semi skilled trade
- using strategies to improve how they learn and work
- making relevant reflections on his/her work methods and experience
Competency 2: The student adopts attitudes and behaviours required in the workplace by
- choosing accurate attitudes and behaviours
- being able to adapt to the workplace
- providing relevant reflections on the attitudes and behaviours adopted in the workplace
Competency development in the Preparation for a Semiskilled Trade program is based on training content that can be broken down into four major types of resources to be mobilized:
− a learning process (divided into three phases: preparation, performance
− attitudes and behaviours that foster job retention
− documents and other resources
The actions required of students are grouped together and are presented in the Ministry’s document below. It also provides information about how to present the different resources as well as key elements.