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  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Education City Skyline A Presentation: BC Ministry of Education Secondary to Post Secondary Handbook to Post Secondary PSEdElect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Portofino Hotel & Yacht Club Redondo Beach California City Skyline A Presentation: BC Ministry of Education Secondary to Post Secondary Handbook to Post Secondary PSEdEducation and Learn & EarnTransportation, Renewable Sustainable Energy, and Tourism are excellant business opportunity areas for the Learn & EarnProgram. BC offering 100 and 200 level post secondary course in the secondary school system will give more students opportunityand a post secondary education to give BC a trade and labour advantage.This will also give professionals and labour more opportunity while decreasing taxes as funding is made available to the BCSeocndary and Elementary Schools.Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Our Economy is determined & balanced by other countries. We are responsible for our Economy Economic Development BC, Crofton/Cowichan: “due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity,” • Sub Points: Education; Budget; Education B E C’s conomy still Vulnerable F ollowing an estimated increase of 2.0 per cent in 2011, the M inistry of Finance forecasts B ritish Columbia’s economy to grow by 1.8 per cent in 2012, 2.2 per cent in 2013 and 2.5 per cent per year in the medium term. T Ministry’s outlook for B real GDP growth is 0.4 he C’s percentage points lower in 2012 and 0.3 percentage points lower in 2013 than the outlook provided by the E conomic F orecastCouncil. T level of prudence for both years acknowledges the significant downside his risks to the forecast. T hese downside risks, largely due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity, include: • a return to recession in the US (characterized by weaker consumer spending, widespread deleveraging causing slower investment, a very slow job market recovery, continued Contact Us: Ministry of Education PO BOX 9146 weakness in the housing market and further fiscal restraint by federal, state and local governments); the ● STN PROV GOVT VICTORIA BC V8W 9H1General sovereign debt crisis in Greece, Ireland and P ortugal spreading to larger European economies like Enquiries Telephone: 1 888 879-1166 Ministers Office HONOURABLE GEORGE ABBOTT PO BOX Italy and Spain, and threatening the stability of global financial markets as well as another global credit 9045 STN PROV GOVT VICTORIA BC V8W 9E2 Telephone: 250 387-1977 crisis; slower than anticipated Asian demand resulting in weaker demand for B exports; C’s Fax: 250 387-3200 E-mail: educ.minister@gov.bc.ca Government exchange rate volatility; and further weakening of the US dollar, resulting in significant Communications and Public Engagement PO BOX 9150 STN PROV GOVT disruptions to global financial and commodity markets. If one or more of these risks materialize in a VICTORIA BC V8W 9H1 Media Enquiries: 250 356- 5963 significant way it may create pressures that cannot be accommodated in the fiscal plan. Fax: 250 356-5945 Budget and Fiscal Plan 2012/13 – 2014/15 http://www.gov.bc.ca/bced/ Fe bruary 21 , 20 1 2 BC Budget 2012 budget deficit detail Screen-shot-2012-02-21-at-3_06_00-PM- 300x209 http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/ www. bcbudget. g o v. bc. ca/2012/bfp/2012_ Budget_ Fiscal_ Plan. pdfThe overarching theme of Budget 2012 was fiscal prudence. In choosing to aggressively pursue a balanced budget in 2013/14, the government decided not to tackle the serious social issues that BCfamilies face: abject poverty and homelessness, growing income inequality and increasingly poor job quality. http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget / Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Our Economy is determined & balanced by other countries. We are responsible for our Economy Economic Development BC, Crofton/Cowichan: “due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity,” • Sub Points: Education; Budget; Education B E C’s conomy still Vulnerable F ollowing an estimated increase of 2.0 per cent in 2011, the M inistry of Finance forecasts British Columbia’s economy to grow by 1.8 per cent in 2012, 2.2 per cent in 2013 and 2.5 per cent per year in the medium term. T Ministry’s outlook for B real GDP growth is in he C’s percentage points Curriculum standards are set by the B E C ducation Department, Minister of Education. http://www.gov.bc.ca/bced/ ● Contact Us: Ministry of Education PO BOX 9146 Budget and Fiscal Plan STN PROV GOVT VICTORIA BC V8W 9H1General Enquiries Telephone: 1 888 879-1166 Ministers Office HONOURABLE GEORGE ABBOTT PO BOX 9045 STN PROV GOVT VICTORIA BC V8W 9E2 Telephone: 250 387-1977 2012/13 – 2014/15 Fax: 250 387-3200 E-mail: educ.minister@gov.bc.ca Government Communications and Public Engagement PO BOX 9150 STN PROV GOVT Fe bruary 21 , 20 1 2 VICTORIA BC V8W 9H1 Media Enquiries: 250 356- BC Budget 2012 budget deficit detail 5963 Screen-shot-2012-02-21-at-3_06_00-PM- Fax: 250 356-5945 300x209 http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/ www. bcbudget. g o v. bc. ca/2012/bfp/2012_ Budget_ Fiscal_ Plan. pdfThe overarching theme of Budget 2012 was fiscal prudence. In choosing to aggressively pursue a balanced budget in 2013/14, the government decided not to tackle the serious social issues that BCfamilies face: abject poverty and homelessness, growing income inequality and increasingly poor job quality. http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget / Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Our Economy is determined & balanced by other countries. We are responsible for our Economy Economic Development BC, Crofton/Cowichan: “due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity,” • Sub Points: Education; Budget; • Education - BC’s Economy still Vulnerable Following an estimated increase of 2.0 per cent in 2011, the Ministry of Finance forecasts BritishColumbia’s economy to grow by 1.8 per cent in 2012, 2.2 per cent in 2013 and 2.5 per cent per year in the medium term. The Ministry’s outlook for BC’s real GDP growth is 0.4 percentage points lower in 2012 and 0.3 percentage points lower in 2013 than the outlook provided by the Economic ForecastCouncil. This level of prudence for both years acknowledges the significant downside risks to the forecast. •Handbook of Procedures for the Graduation Program The handbook outlines procedures for efficiently sharing student data between schools and the Ministry of Education, and answers questions pertaining to provincial examinations and the graduation program. Distribution to Schools The Ministry distributes this publication to schools. Schools usually receive their books by August 31. Free download: 2011-2012 Handbook of Procedures for the Graduation Program (PDF, 1.67MB) Students who have met all scholarship requirements under the old rules but have not graduated prior to August 31, 2011 and do not qualify for scholarship under the new rules will be awarded a scholarship based on the work done prior to August 31, 2011. See Page 95 of the 2010-2011 Handbook. (PDF, 50KB) For students graduating on or before August 31, 2011, AP and IB exam scores will meet the qualifications towards eligibility for the Grade 12 Provincial Exam Scholarship. See Page 96 of the 2010-2011 Handbook. (PDF, 50KB) The Post Secondary Institution Additions Form • PSIs can be selected by students via the online PSI Selections Form on the ··Student Secure Web. • If a student cant find a specific PSI in Sections 1, 2 or 3 of the PSI Selections Form, please send an email with the name and address of the PSI to: ··Trax.Data@gov.bc.ca http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/graduation/courseinfo.htm Budget and Fiscal Plan 2012/13 – 2014/15 http://www.gov.bc.ca/bced/ Fe bruary 21 , 20 1 2 BC Budget 2012 budget deficit detail Screen-shot-2012-02-21-at-3_06_00-PM- 300x209 http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/ www. bcbudget. g o v. bc. ca/2012/bfp/2012_ Budget_ Fiscal_ Plan. pdfThe overarching theme of Budget 2012 was fiscal prudence. In choosing to aggressively pursue a balanced budget in 2013/14, the government decided not to tackle the serious social issues that BCfamilies face: abject poverty and homelessness, growing income inequality and increasingly poor job quality. http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget / Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Our Economy is determined & balanced by other countries. We are responsible for our Economy Economic Development BC, Crofton/Cowichan: “due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity,” • Sub Points: Education ● Course Information for the Graduation Program New Location Course Information for the Graduation Program: Grade 10, 11 and 12 Courses ("the Course The Course Registry is the most up-to-date and accurate source of course Information Book") was a document produced annually by the Ministry of Education to provide information for students in Kindergarten to Grade 12. It contains details course information to schools about Ministry Authorized and Board/Authority Authorized (BAA) titles, descriptions, credit values, and the associated graduation program. Step- courses for which students could receive credit toward graduation, as well as Locally by-step videos and search tips are also available to provide instruction on the Developed non-credit courses. three search options so that anyone can easily view information on existing, 2010/11 was the final school year for which the Course Information Book was produced. In future, and closed courses. order to provide access to current information and at the same time reduce the Ministrys To facilitate the transition from the Course Information Book to the online carbon footprint, the Course Information Book was replaced with the online Course Registry Course Registry and other Ministry websites, the table below details where the and updated Ministry websites, as listed below. In addition, reporting requirements information previously contained in the Course Information Book can now be information previously contained in the Course Information Book was moved to the found. Course information book chapter. Handbook of Procedures for the Graduation Program. the table below details where the information previously contained in the Course Information Book can now be found. Course Information Book Chapter Introduction: Courses Opening, Closing, Changing Course Registry Home Page Chapter 1: Required Courses Course Registry Chapter 2: Ministry Courses Course Registry Chapter 3: External Credentials External Credentials Web Site and Course Registry Chapter 4: Board/Authority Authorized Courses Board/Authority Authorized (BAA) Courses Web Site Chapter 5: Career Programs Handbook of Procedures and Career Programs Web Site Chapter 6: Locally Developed Courses Handbook of Procedures and Graduation Web Site Budget and Fiscal Plan 2012/13 – 2014/15 BC Budget 2012 budget deficit detail Screen-shot-2012-02-21-at-3_06_00- Fe bruary 2 1 , 20 1 2 http://www.gov.bc.ca/bced/ www. bcbudget. g o v. bc. ca/2012/bfp/2012_ Budget_ Fiscal_ Plan. pdf PM-300x209 http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/The overarching theme of Budget 2012 was fiscal prudence. In choosing to aggressively pursue a balanced budget in 2013/14, the government decided not to tackle the serious social issues that BCfamilies face: abject poverty and homelessness, growing income inequality and increasingly poor job quality. http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget / Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Our Economy is determined & balanced by other countries. We are responsible for our Economy Economic Development BC, Crofton/Cowichan: “due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity,” • Sub Points: Education; Budget; • Budget B E C’s conomy still Vulnerable Following an estimated increase of 2.0 per cent in 2011, the Ministry of Finance forecasts British Columbia’s economy to grow by 1.8 per cent in 2012, 2.2 per cent in 2013 and 2.5 per cent per year in the medium term. The Ministry’ s outlook for BC’s real GDP growth is 0.4 percentage points lower in 2012 and 0.3 percentage points lower in 2013 than the outlook provided by the Economic ForecastCouncil. This level of prudence for both years acknowledges the significant downside risks to the forecast. These downside risks, largely due to ongoing uncertainty around global economic activity, include: • a return to recession in the US (characterized by weaker consumer spending, widespread deleveraging causing slower investment, a very slow job market recovery, continued weakness in the housing market and further fiscal restraint by federal, state and local governments);Crofton/Cowichan needs industry, business, contracts for goods and services, development, renewable sustainable energy infrastructure, large constructionprojects,the sovereign debt crisis in Greece, Ireland and Portugal spreading to largerassembly plantsItaly support the transportation infrastructure, business and UIC overhauled: business must hire • transportation and the manufacturing and European economies like to and Spain, and threatening the stability of global financial markets as well as another global credit crisis;and UICslower thanmake business responsible to hire C’s exports; • must anticipated Asian demand resulting in weaker demand for Band train. The people of BC need jobs and they are held from work by this structural cause. The friction on theperson •and persons responsible for family is caused by this structural business and UIC element. One NO and then hire, if the business doesnt hire from our labor exchange rate volatility; andthen they must pay a penalyresulting in significantto forceto global financiallabor immigrants. one or more of these risks materialize in a significant way it may create pressures that cannot be accommodated in the fiscal • further weakening of the US dollar, to select or disruptions trade and and commodity markets. If"The overarching theme of Budget 2012 was fiscal prudence. In choosing to aggressively pursue a balanced budget in 2013/14, the government decided not to plan.tackle the serious social issues that BC families face: abject poverty and homelessness, growing income inequality and increasingly poor job quality."http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/ Budget and Fiscal Plan http://www.gov.bc.ca/bced/ 2012/13 – 2014/15 BC Budget 2012 budget deficit detail Screen-shot-2012-02-21-at-3_06_00-PM- Fe bruary 21 , 20 1 2 300x209 http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/ www. bcbudget. g o v. bc. ca/2012/bfp/2012_ Budget_ Fiscal_ Plan. pdfThe overarching theme of Budget 2012 was fiscal prudence. In choosing to aggressively pursue a balanced budget in 2013/14, the governmentdecided not to tackle the serious social issues that BC families face: abject poverty and homelessness, growing income inequality and increasinglypoor job quality. http://www.policynote.ca/bc-budget/ Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Partnerships: A Blueprint Cowichan Valley, Population 79,000 View of the Cowichan Valley from Mt. Prevost in Duncan, with Saltspring Island in the distance. The Cowichan Valley ranges north across the Malahat Ridge from Victoria through the Cowichan and Chemainus Valleys to Nanaimo, including a cross-island trip to Carmanah-Walbran Provincial Park. This slice of southern Vancouver Island covers the country between Port Renfrew and near Bamfield on the west coast, and Malahat and Nanaimo on the east side of Vancouver Island. Totem Poles in Duncan BC, the City of Totems Most of the population lives along the east coast, where farming in the lush, rolling Cowichan and Chemainus Valleys has gone hand in hand with logging since Vancouver Island was an independent Crown colony. The heart of agriculture lies south of Nanaimo, the Hub City, and this pastoral atmosphere persists as you make you way north towards Parksville. However, its hard to ignore the slopes of the Vancouver Island Mountains that begin to nudge travellers closer to the coastline for wont of wide valley bottoms. Most roads west peter out quickly in the face of this granitic tour de force. The exception is the cross-island melange of paved highway and gravel logging roads that link the sheltered Cowichan Valley with the storm- battered community of Bamfield on the west coast.Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Secondary School/College Partnerships: A Blueprint Learn and Earn partnerships are formulated aroundthe distinct connection between 100 & 200 level surveycollege courses completion and workforce preparedness. Relevant job experience is often critical for individualswho need their education to prepare them for theworkforce.The correlation between education and work,combined with economic fore- casts make partnershipsbetween businesses and community colleges a smartsolution that can mutually benefit employers, educatorsand individuals. Business and Community Secondary School/College Partnerships: A Blueprint helps practitioners create and sustain these partnerships to increase the skills of employees and college completion ratesElect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Secondary School/College Partnerships: A BlueprintLearn and Earn partnerships are formulated around thedistinct connection between 100 & 200 level surveycollege courses completion and workforce preparedness. Relevant job experience is often critical for individualswho need their education to prepare them for theworkforce. The correlation between education and work,combined with economic fore- casts make partnershipsbetween businesses and community colleges a smartsolution that can mutually benefit employers, educatorsand individuals.Business and Community Secondary School/College Partnerships: A Blueprinthelps practitioners create and sustain these partnerships to increase the skills ofemployees and college completion ratesElect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Business and Community Secondary School/College Partnerships: A BlueprintElect P. Anna Paddon MLA May 14 2013 Independent Crofton Cowichan Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca