The program creates clear pathways for all students to the destination of their choice, whether college, university, apprenticeship or work through:
- Destination-related courses for students in grades 11 and 12
- Greater emphasis on career education
- Program planning for individual students
- A requirement that all school boards offer co-operative education, work experience and school-work transition programs to eligible students.
Students select high school courses and enroll in co-operative education and school-work transition programs offered by their high school. These programs offer students work-based opportunities to develop workplace essential skills and industry-specific skills, earn industry certification and gain relevant work experience.