Co-operative Education

Co-Operative Education is a form of experiential learning for which credits are earned that combines classroom theory and learning experiences at a placement (i.e. workplace). Students may enroll in co-op more than once. Students can use up to two Co-op credits to meet compulsory credit requirements for their OSSD (i.e., from group 1, 2, or 3).

Co-operative Education Links

The Learning Partnership

We collaborate to promote, support and advance publicly funded education in Canada.

Employer Registry

Ontario’s free online community connecting employers and tomorrow’s workforce.

Ontario Skills Passport

The Ontario Skills Passport (OSP) provides clear descriptions of Essential Skills and work habits important for success in work, learning and life.

Human Resources and Skills Development Canada

Through extensive research, the Government of Canada, along with other national and international agencies, has identified and validated key literacy and essential skills. These skills are used in nearly every job and throughout daily life in different ways and at varying levels of complexity.