Co-op Students Working Over Holidays
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Skills - Co-op Education prepares students for the workplace of the future and educates students on how to make informed career decisions.
Training - Co-op Education provides training in Workplace Safety and Accident Prevention (including WHMIS) which prepares students for their work placement as well as future employment opportunities.
Communication - Co-op Education trains students to effectively market themselves ... from building effective resumes, to interview skills, students learn how to communicate and prove their strengths to employers.
School to work transition - Co-op Education provides students the chance to apply their education to real-world challenges, experiences and opportunities. In doing so students get to explore careers, build their resume, establish connections in the workplace and earn credits towards graduation.
Ethics - The understanding of the social and environmental consequences through experience and classroom learning.