Lethbridge School District No. 51 Dual Credit Program

Lethbridge School District No. 51, University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College are working together to develop High School Dual Credit opportunities for the 2018/19 school year and in the future. Collaboration and partnership in our communities and with our post-secondary institutions is a vital part of providing opportunities and choice for our high school students.

What is Dual Credit?

Offering the Dual Credit Program compliments the Lethbridge School District No. 51, Board of Education Priorities: enhancing Achievement, Inclusion and Innovation. Allowing our high school students to explore and experience university and college programming through Dual Credit programming is exciting and inspiring. It creates a vision of “what can happen after high school”.

Each dual credit program presents different opportunities and experiences.  “Dual Credit” allows for students enrolled in these programs to receive High School credits toward graduation, and credit in College or University programs.  At a limited charge to students, courses may be offered at a high school, at the University or College, online or a combination of both.

Advantages

Ultimately, this initiative seeks to increase exciting learning opportunities and choice for high school students in Lethbridge School District High Schools. Further, the “Dual Credit experience” will assist high school students in building a deeper understanding of the College or University experience.

Current offerings for the 2018/19 School Year:

- Cinema 1000 (University of Lethbridge) - Fall 2018  REGISTRATION FORM

About the course: Cinema 1000 is intended as a foundational course that introduces students to the basic constructive principles and formal components of moving image art. Therefore, the material covered in the course will be instrumental to students' creative and critical work in all subsequent moving image and/or media courses. CINEMA 1000

Course title: Introduction to Cinema Studies

Contact hours/week: (Tuesdays only, 6-10 p.m., Fall 2018 - hours of instruction: four)

Prerequisites: None

Equivalent: Drama 3030 (prior to 2017/2018

Location: The University of Lethbridge

- Liberal Education 1000 (University of Lethbridge) - Fall 2018  REGISTRATION FORM

About the course: Introductory, multidisciplinary and critical examination of knowledge, the foundation of a liberal education; broad integration of examples from Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities and Fine Arts. Discussion groups and labs teach basic skills (critical thinking, numeracy, oral and written communications and research). LIBERAL EDUCATION 1000

Course title: Knowledge and Liberal Education

Prerequisites: None

Location: Lethbridge Collegiate Institute

- Liberal Education 2200 - Winter 2019 REGISTRATION FORM

About the course: Problems and puzzles across a wide range of disciplines, including word problems, logic puzzles, mathematical problems and famous problems and and puzzles in history. Strategies and techniques for solving problems, including Polya's method of problem solving and metacognitive theories. LIBERAL EDUCATION 2200

Course title: Problems and Puzzles

Prerequisite: Second-year standing(a minimum of 30 credit hours)

Equivalent: Liberal Education 2850 (problems and Puzzles - prior to 2012/2013)

Location: Chinook High School

- Management 1850 (University of Lethbridge) - Fall 2019 (registration not open as this time)

Course location: Winston Churchill High School

If you are interested in obtaining further information on this opportunity please contact your child’s school directly.

School Contact Information:

Chinook High School 403-320-7565
Immanuel Christian Secondary School 403-328-9606
Lethbridge Collegiate Institute 403-328-9606
Winston Churchill High School 403-328-4723
Victoria Park High School 403-327-3945

- Automotive Services (Mid-April-August 2019) APPLICATION FORM

Lethbridge College has over 45 years experience teaching high-quality automotive servicing skills. The practical, one-year program in Automotive Systems has been designed in consultation with members of industry in order to help you build a successful career in automotive service. Working in small labs with lots of hands-on practice, students will develop their understanding of automotive technology – from simple components to advanced computerized vehicle systems. Shop facilities have state-of-the-art tools and equipment students will use to repair a wide variety of vehicles, including shop units and real customer vehicles. At the end of the program, student will be diagnosing problems and repairing a wide range of vehicles.  Students will be familiar with the latest in shop equipment and electronic diagnostic technology and be ready to start a career in automotive service.

The deadline for applications is Dec. 21, 2018.

Career Opportunities:

• Apprentice Automotive Service Technician

• Journeyman Automotive Service Technician

• Shop Foreman

• Mobile Repair Service Technician

• Automotive Systems Certificate Instructor

• Shop Owner

• Equipment Salesperson

• Service Manager