Vocational High School Programs
Vocational high school programs are three-year programs, from 10th to 12th grade. There are several options to prepare vocational high school degrees: full-time programs, apprenticeship, continuing vocational education, and PLAR (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning). For PLAR, applicants must have at least three years’ prior experience as qualified workers or equivalent in a position consistent with the targeted degree.
Nuclear Maintenance, Operation, and Logistics
About the programTIIN (Nuclear maintenance, logistics, and operation) degree holders are active members of operational teams working in nuclear environment. The skills acquired during the training allow them to:
• Participate in nuclear logistics operations,
• Provide preventive and corrective maintenance operations,
• Participate in waste management of nuclear industries,
• Participate in facility dismantling operations.
POST-SECONDARY PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES IN RADIATION PROTECTION FOR TECHNICIANS