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Department of University and Employment Preparation
Our courses fit in with your schedule
We offer adult learners the opportunity to:
- Complete prerequisites for admission into career, vocational and academic programs.
- Complete several adult basic education diplomas, including the BC Adult Graduation Diploma (the equivalent to high school completion).
Courses are designed for adult learners and delivered in small, student-centred classes through teaching methods that accommodate students' life experience and learning styles.
Courses are offered at the Kamloops, Williams Lake and other regional campuses.
Complete a specific course before entering a career, vocational, or academic program. We offer courses in:
- Student Success
This diploma is equivalent to the High School Dogwood Diploma.
Specific training and employment information for students with cognitive disabilities. Programs include:
- Kitchen Assistant
- Retail Worker
- Automotive Assistant
Students registering in university preparation courses for the first time are encouraged to take the Accuplacer test for correct course placement. Make arrangements to write this placement test through the TRU Assessment Centre.
Student Success course
If you are a new student to TRU or a student who has been away from formal education for a while we would like you to consider enrolling in our STSS 0500 (Student Success) course.
Students are introduced to a variety of topics applicable to their other courses. Topics include time management, successful study strategies, communication and listening skills, reading strategies and vocabulary development, problem solving skills, test taking strategies, test anxiety management skills, and others.
University and Employment Preparation Chair
High School Homework Help
The P.A.U.L. Initiative resumes Tuesday, Sept. 19. This service for high school students in grades 8 to 12 is on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 8 p.m. in the UPrep Centre located in Old Main (OM 2551). We have three tutors (Jon, Francis, and Alex) as well as other volunteers who can help students in mathematics, sciences, French and English.
The P.A.U.L. Initiative is named in honour of Paul Jubinville, one of our first volunteer tutors, who died of cancer during the first semester of this service.
The UPrep Centre is also open during the day for students seeking additional support or a quiet place to work and study; see the Winter 2018 UPrep Centre schedule.
For further information please call Jane Horton at 250-828-5261 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.