In addition to individual dual credit courses, our students have the opportunity to take full-time programs that range from six weeks to ten months long.
The following Camosun programs are dual credit, meaning that the student receives credit for the program at the post-secondary institution and their high school. In addition, the tuition for any dual credit course or program is covered by the school district. The student, however, is still responsible for a registration fee, textbooks, and equipment costs.
Camosun Programs Available:
- Community Support and Educational Assistant
- Health Care Assistant
- Indigenous Family Support
- Pathways for Life
- Computer Network Electronics Technician
To learn more about SIP programs, go to our SIP Program Guide 2017-18.
If you are looking to apply to a SIP program, please speak with your school-based career coordinator, and begin filling out our SIP Program Application Package 2017-18