Alberta Education permits school authorities to develop off-campus education programs and courses in accordance with prescribed guidelines and procedures. Such programs allow junior and senior high school students to investigate a variety of career opportunities.
They also allow senior high school students to gain practical experience as they apply and expand their knowledge, skills and attitudes in contexts that will assist them in making wise decisions regarding their future education, training and employment upon leaving senior high school and allow for the smooth transition from school to work and/or post-secondary institutions.
- The updated Off-campus Education Handbook 2019 will replace the 2011 handbook beginning September 2019.
- Due to phone line infrastructure changes, the Alberta Education fax line (780–422–3745) used by schools to send off-campus Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) documentation to Alberta Education is no longer in use. Please scan and send documentation to email@example.com
- Please note that the WCB fax line (780–427–5863) has not been impacted. The off-campus education coordinator, in collaboration with the student’s employer, has the responsibility to submit complete documentation to both WCB and Alberta Education within 72 hours of a reported incident