The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is a program in which students spend part of their time in school and part in industry as registered apprentices in one of the designated trades. Students enrolled in RAP courses are counted as full-time high school students and as registered apprentices.
To enter the program, students must be in senior high school and meet the grade entrance requirement to the selected trade or pass the trade entrance examination. Students enrolling in RAP must be registered with both the Curriculum Branch and Apprenticeship and Industry Training. Complete details about apprenticeship can be found on the website at www.tradesecrets.org