Career Education

Career Education News!

Like the Career Guidance Warman High School page on Facebook to find up to date information about career exploration activities and information sessions.

Prairie Spirit Career Web: futurechoice.ca
The purpose of this site is to assist Saskatchewan’s youth and their parents/guardians to learn about career planning, the steps to career development and to connect them with critical information that will help students with transitions. The website will highlight some of the unique opportunities Saskatchewan has to offer our young people so they can pursue their passion right here in our province.

Check out this excellent student and parent resource!

We have access to the Career Cruising  and TypeFocus web sites for student exploration of careers. Also check Future Paths.ca for additional information. Please check the bulletin boards in the library and the north bulleting board for the usernames and passwords.

Check with Mrs. Bayne regarding course requirements for completing grade 12 as well as, scholarships and enrolment to post-secondary courses. All students in grades 10, 11 and 12 should arrange a visit to ensure that the courses they choose to take will meet the grade 12 requirements and enable them to enter post-secondary institutions.

 

Local Post-Secondary Options:

 1) University of Saskatchewan

Home to 13 interdisciplinary colleges, three graduate schools and six affiliated or federated colleges.  http://explore.usask.ca/programs/

 

2) SIAST -Prospective students of SIAST        gosiast.com/

SIAST is accepting online applications for the following programs:

  • on-campus certificates and diplomas
  • applied certificates
  • advanced certificates

Application Forms
You may apply online,  in person or by mail to any SIAST campus, regardless of where the program you are applying to is offered.  Most programs are first qualified, first admitted so application are taken throughout the year.

SIAST is committed to offering diverse training opportunities. They offer approximately 160 programs in a variety of high-demand fields, and provide training to apprentices in almost 30 trades.

With over 95 per cent of SIAST graduates consistently rating their overall program quality experience as good to excellent, their emphasis of providing students with real-life learning contributes to their academic and career success and supports the ongoing growth of our economy.

3) Great Plains College in Warman –Up-to-date program information and online application forms. www.greatplainscollege.ca