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BCIL Youth Summer Program: Staying Safe at Work

August 16, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP or 504 plan and enrolled in high school or post-secondary education or training. No social security number is required to participate.

This workshop will follow the Staying Safe at Work curriculum for teaching workers with disabilities about health and safety on the Job. These workshops will help teach students important job safety and health skills that all workers need. We use highly interactive and fun learning activities to teach workplace safety and health skills.

*Parent, guardian, and professional workshops will be offered and announced at a later date.

All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP or 504 plan and enrolled in high school or post-secondary education or training. No social security number is required to participate.

This workshop will follow the Staying Safe at Work curriculum for teaching workers with disabilities about health and safety on the Job. These workshops will help teach students important job safety and health skills that all workers need. We use highly interactive and fun learning activities to teach workplace safety and health skills.

*Parent, guardian, and professional workshops will be offered and announced at a later date.

All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP or 504 plan and enrolled in high school or post-secondary education or training. No social security number is required to participate.

This workshop will follow the Staying Safe at Work curriculum for teaching workers with disabilities about health and safety on the Job. These workshops will help teach students important job safety and health skills that all workers need. We use highly interactive and fun learning activities to teach workplace safety and health skills.

*Parent, guardian, and professional workshops will be offered and announced at a later date.

All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP or 504 plan and enrolled in high school or post-secondary education or training. No social security number is required to participate.

This workshop will follow the Staying Safe at Work curriculum for teaching workers with disabilities about health and safety on the Job. These workshops will help teach students important job safety and health skills that all workers need. We use highly interactive and fun learning activities to teach workplace safety and health skills.

*Parent, guardian, and professional workshops will be offered and announced at a later date.

All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP or 504 plan and enrolled in high school or post-secondary education or training. No social security number is required to participate.

This workshop will follow the Staying Safe at Work curriculum for teaching workers with disabilities about health and safety on the Job. These workshops will help teach students important job safety and health skills that all workers need. We use highly interactive and fun learning activities to teach workplace safety and health skills.

*Parent, guardian, and professional workshops will be offered and announced at a later date.

All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP or 504 plan and enrolled in high school or post-secondary education or training. No social security number is required to participate.

This workshop will follow the Staying Safe at Work curriculum for teaching workers with disabilities about health and safety on the Job. These workshops will help teach students important job safety and health skills that all workers need. We use highly interactive and fun learning activities to teach workplace safety and health skills.

*Parent, guardian, and professional workshops will be offered and announced at a later date.

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