Secondary School Apprenticeship (SSA) is an educational program jointly supported by the Ministry of Education and the Industry Training Authority. SSA provides students the opportunity to begin an apprenticeship while still in high school, and to earn high school credits for doing so. Students develop skills through work-based training under the supervision of certified tradespersons. They can earn up to 16 course credits toward graduation while gaining hands-on work experience hours toward trade certification.
For more information, please contact our SSA Coordinator, Mr. Stewart Wheeler, firstname.lastname@example.org