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2018 Spring Symposium
1997 – 2017 have witnessed outstanding accomplishments by students in SCWI programs. The growth and success of the SCWI initiative has been remarkable. Below are some memories and statistics from the first 20 years.

SCWI Spring Symposium

Theme “Celebrating Wellness”

Tuesday May 15, 2018
8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning - North Campus

We are excited to announce our 2018 Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Jean M. Clinton BMus MD FRCP(C)


Dr. Clinton is a Clinical Professor at McMaster University in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences.

Dr. Clinton is widely renowned as an advocate for children’s issues. Her special interest lies in brain development, and the crucial role relationships and connectedness play therein.

Click here for the keynote speaker bio.

The title of Dr. Clinton's Keynote Address is "Connecting with Adolescent Learners - The Heart of Well-Being".

Visit our 2018 Symposium page for more information.

Pathways to Apprenticeship
Pathways to Apprenticeship: Options for Secondary School Students

Pathways to Apprenticeship: Options for Secondary School Students (P2A) has been revised. P2A was updated to include the Ministry of Education's renewed focus on experiential learning and pathways planning, to refine the language, and to provide links to Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) web sites and resources.

This document is designed to help those who work with students better understand the range of options for students who are interested in exploring or pursuing an apprenticeship. "Matching students with the appropriate opportunity, one student at a time" is a key theme of P2A. P2A adds clarity to a number of policy documents.

For more information please see "Pathways to Apprenticeship, Options for Secondary School Students, 2017" on the Ministry Policies page.

  • 2015-16 info-graphic
  • 2015-16 Dual Credit Data-at-a-Glance Report

    The attached series of infographics will warm your coldest winter day. It is sometimes said that the work we do can be difficult to measure and honour. Here is statistical proof of the steady and incremental success that hard work,creativity and innovation at all levels of the dual credit initiative have created for our most needy and deserving students . It is is a powerful and visual testament to the pathways we create daily to support progress, dignity,success for at-risk young people.
    Go to the Research page.

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SCWI Calendar of Important Dates for 2017 - 2018

This calendar provides a summary of important SCWI dates between November 2017 - August 2018.

(Updated December 14, 2017)

Dual Credit Course Codes, Request Forms and Supporting Webinars

The Course Code page contains the very latest list of Course Codes, a list of Existing Course Code Titles by Subjects and Codes for 2017 - 2018, the Dual Credit Course Code Request Form and links to two supporting webinars.

(Course Codes Updated February 8, 2018. Other new documents added January 18, 2018)

SCWI/IJECT Dual Credit Acronyms Bookmark

Download a list of common Website links and acronyms in docx format.

(Updated August 2017)

Entering Dual Credits in your Student Management System (SMS)

Links and Files can be found on the Ministry Policies page.

SCWI Reporting, Approval & Monitoring Process Report for 2017-2018

This SCWI accountability document provides information for regional planning teams regarding the SCWI Reporting Website for completing the Interim Report, Dual Credit Student Data Report and SCWI Final Report; Approval Process for Contract Changes; Process for Requesting New Dual Credit Course Code(s); Process for Monitoring Activities/Forums; and sample forms.
Updated October 3, 2017

SCWI Newsletter: Fall 2017

SCWI and dual credits continue to grow and thrive across Ontario, serving over 20,000 specially selected students for whom the dual credit program provides an essential learning alternative and means to gain an Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

This newsletter profiles the successes of our students and staff, and provides a listing of the programs, forums and activities that energize and enable our young people. We hope you enjoy it!

We have brought you this document in both a FlipBook format that is easy to read and search online and in PDF format for easy downloading.

  • Fall 2017 News
  • What's inside:

    • Latest stats and data on results of SCWI programs across Ontario
    • Student Testimonials
    • Profiles of Beginning SWAC students
    • New Programs
    • Report on Adult SWAC
    • Forums and Activities
    • New Staff

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What is SCWI?

The School-College-Work Initiative is a co-operative effort with a mandate to assist in creating a seamless transition for students from secondary school to college. In addition to a wide array of learning and awareness opportunities for students, teachers, parents and the broader community, projects have been developed to provide dual credit programs for secondary students through the partnership of secondary schools and colleges.

A collaboration of the Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE) and the Committee of College Presidents (COP), SCWI is jointly funded by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.