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CARR-eers in Justice Fair
Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School was pleased to once again host its annual CARR-eers in Justice Fair in November. Last year, over 1,500 students attended from 15 schools across the Greater Toronto Area.
Students hade an opportunity to meet with a host of justice-sector and emergency service professionals about their respective roles.  It will also introduce students to the first Specialist High Skills Major Program in Justice, Community Safety & Emergency Services in the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
Participants included: a judge of the Ontario Court of Justice, a Justice of the Peace, paralegal, court reporter, court clerk, court and tribunal agents, family lawyer, criminal lawyer, real estate lawyer, immigration consultant, city solicitor, police officers, law clerks, duty counsel, translators, crown attorneys, legal researchers, Toronto Fire as well as representatives from Centennial College Police Foundations program and Guelph-Humber Justice Studies.
This sector includes areas such as emergency services, emergency management, community safety administration, correctional services, security and private investigative services, and the armed forces.  Students enrolled in a JCSES SHSM will build a foundation of sector-specific knowledge and skills prior to graduation from secondary school and enrolling in a post-secondary institution or entering the workplace. 
There are five components, or deliverables within any SHSM program.  Specifically for JCSES: 
       A defined bundle of credits consisting of eight Grade 11 and Grade 12 credits, including cooperative education and the completion of Contextualized Learning Activities in senior-level English and senior-level math
       Seven sector-recognized certifications and training courses and programs, including CPR, Standard First Aid, WHMIS, and conflict resolution.  Three electives may include: legal/administrative procedures, incident management, legal terminology, emergency preparedness, Pleasure Craft Operator, radio operator
       Experiential learning and career exploration activities within the sector, which may be a visit to a fire hall or detention centre, volunteer experience with an emergency first aid provider at a community event, a monitoring experience in a traffic court, attendance at a career fair, etc.
       Learning experiences connected with the student’s postsecondary plans such as participation in a workshop at a college, auditing a university lecture, interviewing an employee in the sector…
       Development of Essential Skills and work habits required in the sector, recorded using the tools in the Ontario Skills Passport
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