Essential learning for all Alberta high school students taking workplace and Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) training
Students learn best practices in job safety
ADLC’s Workplace Safety Systems course is part of an extensive
school-based program of workplace health and safety-education and
training resources named the JobSafe Program.
Created through a partnership with Job Safety Skills Society, Workplace
Safety Systems encourages schools to educate youth and significantly
reduce injuries in the workplace.
Program material is available to all schools in the province, without
charge, to all publicly funded junior and senior high schools.
Alberta Education includes health and safety education courses as part
of the Career and Technologies Studies program, and the JobSafe Program
provides teachers with the resources to effectively and efficiently
deliver these courses. This program material is available, According to
WCB-AB statistics, Alberta is witnessing steady decline in the number of
workplace injuries to young workers.
The JobSafe Program is recognized and supported by Alberta Human
Services, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, Workers’
Compensation Board - Alberta and other public and private agencies and
Qualify for safety certification
All ADLC safety courses offer certification at the Silver or Gold level.
Each course includes 3 assignments plus a Practice Test and Final.
In order to achieve certification students must choose the Silver or
Gold level final, write the final test for that level, and obtain a
minimum overall course mark of 70%.
The Silver test is all multiple choice questions while the Gold is all
short answer questions. The content covered on each test is similar.
Students who achieve certification receive a wallet-sized accreditation
card and a certificate that’s suitable for framing. Student benefit from
this certirfication, and is an attractive feature for a student’s
portfolio and prospective employers.
If students achieve 70% or higher as an overall course mark, they will
receive the Alberta Education credit for the courses and the applicable
JSSS certification. If a student achieves between 50-69%, they will
receive the Alberta Education credit for the courses, but will not
obtain JSSS certification.
Register now for the following modules:
HCS 3000 - Workplace Safety Systems
HCS 3010 - Workplace Safety Practices
AGR 3000 - Agriculture Safety
For more information, please contact:
CTS Teacher (Lethbridge office)
1-866-774-5333 ext. 6321