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College Credit for Qualified Training and Testing: A Winning Partnership Richard Coe, PhD – Assistant Dean Tom Devine, PhD – Acting Dean Thomas Edison.

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1 College Credit for Qualified Training and Testing: A Winning Partnership Richard Coe, PhD – Assistant Dean Tom Devine, PhD – Acting Dean Thomas Edison State College

2 Are Developing Collaborations Assessing Job Training & Testing for College Credit: A Win Benefiting Learners? A Win Benefiting Learners? A Win Benefiting Collaborating Organizations? A Win Benefiting Collaborating Organizations? A Win Benefiting Colleges? A Win Benefiting Colleges?

3 Are Developing Collaborations Assessing Job Training & Testing for College Credit: Learners win through; Learners win through; – Professional development opportunities for employment, especially through experiential learning component Collaborating Organizations win through; Collaborating Organizations win through; – Confirming Value of Knowledge Exchange & Enhancement of Workplace Talents Colleges win through; Colleges win through; – Confirming Attraction of Learners & Value of Courses Research Indicated Quantifiable Benefits

4 Synergy Question Does learning emanate from the synergy of collaborators shared resources ? Corporation Academic Institution Learning Synergy Confirmed best learning practices emanate out of share strengths in learning collaborations

5 Collaborations Process Seek Opportunities Seek Opportunities Establish Review Team of Experts Establish Review Team of Experts Conduct Academic Review of Training or Exam Conduct Academic Review of Training or Exam Confirm Academic Review Recommendations Confirm Academic Review Recommendations Establish Confirmations & Implementation Establish Confirmations & Implementation Periodic Re-evaluations Periodic Re-evaluations

6 Examples of Applications Industrial Training Assessment – Nuclear Qualification Training Examinations & Licenses – Nuclear Regulatory Commission Generic Fundamentals Examination – Federal Aviation Examinations

7 National Academy for Nuclear Training Accreditation Process Programs developed and implemented using Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) Programs must be based on specific documented learning objectives Program content – technically accurate, presented in technically appropriate and effective manner Trainees periodically evaluated to demonstrate/verify achievement of LOs

8 College Credit For Nuclear Industry Programs Operations and Support Personnel 10 positions granted college credit Must qualify in INPO Accredited Program NRC License/Qualification Certificate Notarized copy same as transcript

9 Programs and Eligible Credit RO – 56 credits SRO – licensed or certified, 60 credits NLO – 36 credits STA – 54 credits, 60 if SRO licensed ICT – 32 credits EMT – 28 credits MMT – 26 credits CT – 41 credits RPT – 41 credits ESP – 28 credits

10 Examinations & Licenses Nuclear Regulatory Examination Nuclear Regulatory Examination – Generic Fundamentals Exam – Senior Reactor Operator – Reactor Operator License Federal Aviation Examinations Federal Aviation Examinations – 16 FAA Licenses/Certifications Pilots Licenses ~ 6< Commercial Pilot ~ 10< Maintenance Airframe & Powerplant ~ 60<

11 College Credit for Other Related Professional Job Training NRRPT NRRPT Navy Power School Navy Power School NDE NDE Automotive Technology Automotive Technology Allied Health Registries Allied Health Registries Prior Learning Assessment Prior Learning Assessment

12 What are other opportunities for this process to benefit stakeholders?

13 Questions ? ? ? ?? ?? ? ?

14 Thank you Richard Coe, PhD – Tom Devine, PhD –


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