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Trade Assessment Preparation Program

The Essential Role of TAPP in Empowering Future Tradespeople

In a world where skilled trades are increasingly recognized as the backbone of our community, the TAPP program stands as a crucial pathway for career-bound high school students aspiring to enter these vital professions. By focusing on trades, TAPP addresses the growing demand for skilled labor, contributes to economic stability, and ensures that our community's infrastructure and essential services are in capable hands. The program not only prepares students for immediate career opportunities but also instills a sense of pride and accomplishment in mastering a trade. In doing so, TAPP plays a pivotal role in upholding the tradition of craftsmanship and supports the development of a skilled workforce that is fundamental to the growth and sustainability of our community.


TAPP: Paving the Pathway to Skilled Trades for High School Students

TAPP is an innovative program tailored for career-driven high school students with a passion for entering trades upon graduation. This program is more than just a preparatory course; it's a launchpad for aspiring tradespeople. Focusing on enhancing students' English Language Arts (ELA) and Math skills, TAPP strategically aligns its curriculum with the requirements of the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (NJATC) Aptitude Test. This alignment is critical, as passing the NJATC Aptitude Test is a key step in securing a place in a coveted building trade apprenticeship program.

Through TAPP, students gain not only the academic proficiency needed for the test but also a deeper understanding and appreciation of the trade sector. This program bridges the gap between academic knowledge and practical skills, ensuring students are well-prepared, confident, and ready to thrive in apprenticeship opportunities. By participating in TAPP, students are stepping into a world of opportunity, where their skills will build the future of our community.