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1 (C6) CONSORTIUM

2 C6 Consortium C6 refers to the Central California Community Colleges Committed to Change or C6. Two grants were applied for by West Hills on behalf of the C6 (and funded). (1) DOL TAACCCT grant (2) California Education Policy Fund grant (CEPF). The CEPF grant includes the common Assessment Placement Test project.

3 C6 Consortium Grants BOTH of these grants are for C6 colleges. 10 of the 13 C6 colleges participate in the DOL grant and 11 of the 13 colleges participate in the CEPF grant.

4 The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) artnerships/c6/taaccct/

5 Positive outcomes occur In retention In completion rates and In the reduction of time to complete degrees and/or certificates C6 Consortium Grant Plan The C6 Consortium has implemented eight inter-related and inter-dependent elements that contribute significantly to students of community and technical colleges:

6 The Delta College Psychiatric Technician Program has implemented a strategy of eight researched-based Guiding Principles to dramatically improve student outcomes and to accelerate progress. C6 Consortium Grant Plan

7 Integrated Program Design Cohort Enrollment Block Scheduling Compressed Classroom Instruction Embedded Remediation Increase Transparency Transformational Technology Innovative Student Support Services C6 Consortium Eight Researched-based Guiding Principles

8 StrategyActivityPersonnel Integrated Program Design Classes are modularized into a pattern of 12 week content based groups; Once “fundamentals” is successfully completed, the students are offered a choice of 3 content pathways: Nursing Science, Developmental Disabilities, or Psychiatric Nursing, (each content area consist of two 6 -week courses, which are required to be taken sequentially). John Schaefer Felicia Semillo Julie Kay Cohort Enrollment1.The first cohort began in the Spring 2012 term and consisted of 28 Stanislaus Students and 32 SJDC students. 2.A second cohort of 60 students began in January A third cohort of 60 students began in May A fourth cohort of 60 students will begin in January Julie Kay

9 StrategyActivityPersonnel Block Scheduling In spring 2012 the PT curriculum was partially modularized into 10-week components and was developed using evidence based practices. Beginning spring of 2013, classes were fully modularized into a pattern of 12-week content based modules where each cohort enrolled in courses together for the duration of the program. Psychiatric Technician Faculty from San Joaquin Delta Community College, Porterville Community College, and West Hills Community College Compressed Classroom Instruction The Psychiatric Technician Program at San Joaquin Delta College is now a one year program consisting of seven 6-week modules. Each cohort is able to complete the program by taking 2 content specific modules in Psychiatric Nursing, Medical Surgical Nursing and Developmental Disabilities Nursing and 1 module in Foundations of Nursing. At the end of the program, cohort members receive a Psychiatric Technician Certificate and are eligible to sit for the CA State Boards for licensure. Psychiatric Technician Faculty and Staff

10 StrategyActivityPersonnel Embedded Remediation Embedded instruction is incorporated for two hours per week as part of the clinical hours. An instructor from the English department works with Psychiatric Technician students to develop their : Professional Written Communication skills, Critical Thinking Skills, Ethical Reasoning skills, and Data Base Researching Techniques Adjunct Associate Professor of English Sheli Ayers Increased Transparency Based on the labor market, industry demands, and regular input from its industry advisory committee, the Psychiatric Technician Program will update information available on the SJDC Psychiatric Technician Website regarding program costs, duration, success rates, job placement outcomes, and newly developed recruitment materials. The Psychiatric Technician Program will place a high priority on job placement by sustaining engagement with existing industry partners and developing new ones. Psychiatric Technician Program Staff Members

11 StrategyActivityPersonnel Transformational Technology SJDC Instructors have worked on the C6 driven Open Educational Resources (OER) for Developmental Disabilities. The plan is to adopt in curriculum when available. SJDC Instructors require students to use web enhanced resources. Each room assigned to PT instruction is in the process of being upgraded with state of the art technology. Psychiatric Technician Instructors Innovative Student Support Services Student Success Center provides Psychiatric Technician students with course tutoring and assistance. In addition, basic skills students use on-line modules on the Etudes platform and are able to meet with a tutor outside of class in one of the tutoring centers for additional assistance. Julie Kay Rosalva Ibarra

12 Department of State Hospitals (DSH) California Health Care Facility-Stockton (CHCF) (Medical) Opened in July 22, 2013 Two New Stockton Facilities Hiring Psychiatric Technicians

13 What is a Psychiatric Technician? An entry-level health care provider who is responsible for care of mentally disordered and developmentally disabled clients. A licensed provider with a similar scope of practice as a licensed vocational nurse, but with more Psychiatric and Developmental Disabilities experience.

14 426 Psychiatric Technicians 40 Senior Psychiatric Technicians/Supervisors 183 RNs Demand for Healthcare Workers in the Stockton region The California Department of Corrections Facility in Stockton has reported a need to hire: Plus an additional need for supervisory level health care professionals for the facility.

15 What Is The Starting Salary Range For A Psychiatric Technician? $15- $27 Per Hour $30,720 - $51,840 Per Year For more information about the Psychiatric Technician Profession:

16 Other Agencies Hiring Psych Techs Day Treatment Centers Developmental Centers Psychiatric Hospitals & Clinics Psychiatric Technician Programs Geropsychiatric Centers Residential Care Facilities Vocational Training Centers……and others!

17 SJDC Psych Tech C6 Number of Students Served 225 in term of C6 grant Faculty 2 Full Time 1 Full-Time Industry Provided 8 Adjunct Constraints:

18 Clinical Partners San Joaquin County Behavior Health Services St. Joseph’s Behavioral Health Center St. Joseph’s Medical Center San Joaquin General Hospital United Cerebral Palsy Adult Activity Center Central Valley Training Center (CVTC) Redwood School LaSalette, long-term care Creekside, long-term care Wagner Heights, long-term care Crestwood, long-term care

19 Department of State Hospitals-Stockton First Clinical Rotations begin September 30, 2013

20 SJDC Psych Tech Students Approximately 60 Students per Cohort Four Cohorts total (Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Spring 2014) Approximately 240 students total Commitment for grant 225 students Current Student Numbers 53 graduates, December current students Curriculum Seven 6-Week Modules Psychiatric Nursing, Developmental Disabilities, Medical Surgical Nursing, Pharmacology New LVN/PT Board approved curriculum (Fall 2012) Embedded Basic Skills

21 Embedded Instruction – 2 Clinical Hours Professional Communication Interpersonal and Writing Skills Note taking skills, Paraphrasing, Summarizing Critical Thinking Skills Ethical Reasoning Analyzing Nursing Articles Researching Data Bases (Library Databases) APA Documentation Instruction and Implementation

22 Budget – C6 Grant Grant Amount Total = $1,515,000.00

23 Program Marketing January 1, 2011 Record Article by Alex Breitler, Record Staff Writer Delta to offer training for new prison jobs Psychiatric techs can earn close to $60,000 a year Recordnet Archives June 9, 2013 follow-up Record Article by Alex Breitler, Record Staff Writer Golden opportunity Dozens upon dozens of psychiatric technicians trained by S.J. Delta College prepare for their new careers at Stockton's medical prison Recordnet Archives

24 June 26, 2013 Public Information Session Tillie Lewis Theater 241 Community members and interested students attended Program Marketing

25 Ms. Goeman’s Summer 2013 NURS PT 11 L Group

26 California Education Policy Fund grant (CEPF). The CEPF grant includes the common Assessment Placement Test project. C6 Consortium Grants

27 Anticipated outcomes of your organization’s efforts The C 6 Consortiumis proposing to implement regional policy reforms that could serve as the model for state- wide policy changes. The anticipated short term policy outcomes of C 6 Consortium efforts are: Use of a common placement test across all college - The C 6 will support efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. 7 Agreement on common cut scores for placement test- The C 6 supports efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. Alignment of curriculum between 12 th grade and college freshman year is based on the research by the P-16 Council & League for Innovation in the Community College, Significant Discussions Based on Shulock’s cited best practice evidence, priority registration for targeted groups is of an emerging strategy to improve degree outcomes. The C 6 consortium can measure patterns as students move through intermediate stages as they progress toward completing degrees. Change high school policy to create a common “Senior Year Experience” that requires college readiness in the instructional delivery of classes and content changes, as well as math review for students not placing into college level math. We will provide data & support for passage of AB78 (Portantino), which is held under submission. This bill will removed restrictions on concurrent enrollment and authorizeK-12 districts to enter into partnerships with community colleges. Anticipated outcomes of your organization’s efforts The C 6 Consortiumis proposing to implement regional policy reforms that could serve as the model for state- wide policy changes. The anticipated short term policy outcomes of C 6 Consortium efforts are: Use of a common placement test across all college - The C 6 will support efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. 7 Agreement on common cut scores for placement test- The C 6 supports efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. Alignment of curriculum between 12 th grade and college freshman year is based on the research by the P-16 Council & League for Innovation in the Community College, Significant Discussions Based on Shulock’s cited best practice evidence, priority registration for targeted groups is of an emerging strategy to improve degree outcomes. The C 6 consortium can measure patterns as students move through intermediate stages as they progress toward completing degrees. Change high school policy to create a common “Senior Year Experience” that requires college readiness in the instructional delivery of classes and content changes, as well as math review for students not placing into college level math. We will provide data & support for passage of AB78 (Portantino), which is held under submission. This bill will removed restrictions on concurrent enrollment and authorizeK-12 districts to enter into partnerships with community colleges. Anticipated outcomes of your organization’s efforts The C 6 Consortiumis proposing to implement regional policy reforms that could serve as the model for state- wide policy changes. The anticipated short term policy outcomes of C 6 Consortium efforts are: Use of a common placement test across all college - The C 6 will support efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. 7 Agreement on common cut scores for placement test- The C 6 supports efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. Alignment of curriculum between 12 th grade and college freshman year is based on the research by the P-16 Council & League for Innovation in the Community College, Significant Discussions Based on Shulock’s cited best practice evidence, priority registration for targeted groups is of an emerging strategy to improve degree outcomes. The C 6 consortium can measure patterns as students move through intermediate stages as they progress toward completing degrees. Change high school policy to create a common “Senior Year Experience” that requires college readiness in the instructional delivery of classes and content changes, as well as math review for students not placing into college level math. We will provide data & support for passage of AB78 (Portantino), which is held under submission. This bill will removed restrictions on concurrent enrollment and authorizeK-12 districts to enter into partnerships with community colleges. Anticipated outcomes of your organization’s efforts The C 6 Consortiumis proposing to implement regional policy reforms that could serve as the model for state- wide policy changes. The anticipated short term policy outcomes of C 6 Consortium efforts are: Use of a common placement test across all college - The C 6 will support efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. 7 Agreement on common cut scores for placement test- The C 6 supports efforts to Assembly Bill 743 (Block) by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. Alignment of curriculum between 12 th grade and college freshman year is based on the research by the P-16 Council & League for Innovation in the Community College, Significant Discussions Based on Shulock’s cited best practice evidence, priority registration for targeted groups is of an emerging strategy to improve degree outcomes. The C 6 consortium can measure patterns as students move through intermediate stages as they progress toward completing degrees. Change high school policy to create a common “Senior Year Experience” that requires college readiness in the instructional delivery of classes and content changes, as well as math review for students not placing into college level math. We will provide data & support for passage of AB78 (Portantino), which is held under submission. This bill will removed restrictions on concurrent enrollment and authorizeK-12 districts to enter into partnerships with community colleges. The C6 Consortium is proposing to implement regional policy reforms as a potential model for state-wide policy changes. The anticipated short term policy outcomes of C6 Consortium efforts are: Use of a common placement test across all colleges The C6 Consortium will support efforts to Assembly Bill 743 by providing data and support to implementation of a common assessment system. Anticipated outcomes of your organization’s efforts

28 Agreement on common cut scores for placement test- The C6 Consortium supports efforts to Assembly Bill 743 by providing data and support for implementation of a common assessment system. Alignment of curriculum between 12 th grade and college freshman year Anticipated outcomes of your organization’s efforts

29 Implementation of priority registration for targeted groups to improve degree outcomes- The C6 consortium can measure outcomes as students progress through intermediate stages toward degree completion. Create high school policy to establish a common “Senior Year Experience” that requires the following: college readiness embedded into instructional delivery of classes, course content changes, and math review for students not placing into college level math.

30 The CEPF Grant Common Assessment Placement Test Project McCann Associates selected to develop customized placement test for pilot project Customization and Alignment of Assessment Instrument Diagnostic Capabilities Affordability

31 The CEPF Grant Common Assessment Placement Test Project Workgroup Cross-sector core regional team Cross-sector core faculty team College technical team Frequent and transparent communication with college, including test administrators McCann Associates

32 Reading Adaptive/Linear Test Writing Adaptive/Linear Test Faculty Diane Oren, Vickey Aubrey, Dr. Marcos Contreras Math Adaptive/Linear Test Jacqueline Schwegel, Dr. Suzanne Lindborg, Dr. Nick Bykov San Joaquin Delta College Workgroup The CEPF Grant Common Assessment Placement Test Project

33 December 2012 Psychiatric Technician Pinning Ceremony Matt Wetstein, Ph.D. Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Instruction & Stephanie Quitoriano 2012 PT Cohort

34 December 2012 Psychiatric Technician Pinning Ceremony


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