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An Overview of Florida’s Postsecondary Career and Technical Education System Learning Today, Earning Tomorrow Kathleen Taylor Division of Career and Adult.

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1 An Overview of Florida’s Postsecondary Career and Technical Education System Learning Today, Earning Tomorrow Kathleen Taylor Division of Career and Adult Education Florida Department of Education 1

2 Economic Development Creating Jobs Economic Development Creating Jobs Workforce Development Connecting People with Jobs and Services Workforce Development Connecting People with Jobs and Services Workforce Education Educating for Employment Workforce Education Educating for Employment Florida’s Economic Partnership Enterprise Florida Regional Economic Development Councils Workforce Florida, Inc. Agency for Workforce Innovation Regional Workforce Boards Skilled Workforce “Talent” To Grow and Diversify Florida’s Economy 2

3 Career and Technical Education Middle school A.S./A.A.S. degrees Prepare for occupations requiring less than a 4-year degree Aligned with the 17 national career clusters and Enterprise Florida’s target industry sectors “Based on the needs of business and industry” Program standards developed by business and industry “What an individual needs to know and be able to do” 3

4 Highly Skilled Workforce “Talent” Needed to Grow and Diversify Florida’s Economy The Mission of Workforce Education Programs Career and Technical Education Middle School – A.S. Degree Preparing for occupations requiring less than a 4-year degree Adult Education Literacy GED ESOL Adult High School Apprenticeship Highly structured program that provides technical training in a specific occupation combination of classroom and on-the- job training industry sponsored 4

5 Workforce Education Delivery System Career and Technical Career and Technical Adult Education Adult Education Apprenticeship Apprenticeship Business/ Industry Apprenticeship Programs Florida College System Correctional Facilities Community- Based Organizations Private Institutions Public Schools 5

6 Delivery Structure Postsecondary DistrictsFlorida Colleges Operating Funds are provided in the Workforce Development Funds and Performance-based incentives appropriations Operating Funds are provided in the Community College Program Fund appropriations Career Certificate Applied Technology Diploma Continuing Workforce Education Apprenticeship Literacy/Diploma Program Associate Degrees (A.S./A.A.S.) College Credit Certificates Career Certificate Applied Technology Diploma Continuing Workforce Education Apprenticeship Literacy/Diploma FUNDING PROGRAMS 6 58 Districts Local Decision All 28 Colleges

7 Statewide District Workforce Education Headcount, Source: FLDOE data. 7 Total: 232,561

8 Statewide Florida College Workforce Education Headcount by Program Area Source: FLDOE data. 8 Total: 205,606

9 Non-credit Technical Training – Top 10 Enrollments District Career CertificatesCollege Career Certificates Practical NursingLaw Enforcement Officer CosmetologyPrivate Security Officer Early Childhood EducationCorrectional Officer Fire Fighter IICosmetology Administrative AssistantFire Fighter II Automotive Service TechnologyPractical Nursing Patient Care TechnicianSchool Age Certification AC, Refrigeration and HeatingEarly Childhood Education Nursing AssistantAC, Refrigeration and Heating Medical AssistingAdministrative Assistant 9

10 Credit Programs – Top 10 Enrollments (Colleges only) Credit Certificates/Applied TechnologyAssociate in Science/Applied Science Emergency Medical TechnicianNursing ParamedicBusiness Administration Business ManagementCriminal Justice Technology Medical Information Coder/BillerParalegal Studies Business SpecialistEarly Childhood Education Accounting ApplicationsComputer Information Administration Computer ProgrammingAccounting Technology Office ManagementEmergency Medical Services Pre-SchoolOffice Administration CISCO CCNA CertificateGraphics Technology 10

11 Adult Education Designed to increase literacy skills so individuals can become employed Concerns regarding literary gains and the transition of adult education students to postsecondary education Adult Education Career Pathways launched in June 2010 Goal: To increase the percentage of adult education students who transition to postsecondary education and receive a degree, certificate or industry credential 11

12 Adult Education Career Pathway Example Adult Basic Education 8.9 LevelMathReadingLanguage 6.0 – – – – 1.9 Pre-GED 6.0 – 8.9 ESOL 6 NRS Levels CAREER PLANNING COURSE (Student Career Plan) Earn GED Diploma Earn Standard High School Diploma CNA Earn CNA Certificate EXIT CNA Earn CNA Certificate EXIT Enroll in GED Prep course Enroll in an Adult Secondary High School Enroll in CTE program CNA Applied Academics (VPI) Earn Postsecondary Degree (BS, AS, AAS, AA, CTE Certification) Earn RNP EXIT Earn RN EXIT Earn LPN EXIT Earn RNP EXIT Earn RN EXIT Earn LPN EXIT Enroll in CTE program CNA Applied Academics (VPI) CAREER LADDERCAREER LADDER CAREER LADDERCAREER LADDER 12

13 Workforce Education is Primarily Funded By State Resources (Total = $443 million)(Total = $592 million) Source: OPPAGA analysis of Department of Education data. 13

14 Program Results ProgramCompletion RatePlacement Rate Average Annual Earnings Career Certificate (non credit)53%76%$32,733 A.S./A.A.S./Credit Certificates48%86%$44,120 GED36%48%*$24,576 Adult High Schoolnot available51%*$19, *Employment placement only; does not include postsecondary placement

15 Average Annualized Earnings for Completers with Full-Time Employment in Fall

16 Full-time Average Initial Earnings of Postsecondary CTE Completers 16 Source: Analysis of FETPIP Data

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18 Basic Skills Basic Skills LevelN/AMathematics:9 Language:9 Reading:9 Basic Skills In PSAV programs offered for 450 hours or more, in accordance with Rule 6A , F.A.C., the minimum basic skills grade levels required for postsecondary adult career and technical students to complete this program are: Mathematics 9, Language 9, and Reading 9. These grade level numbers correspond to a grade equivalent score obtained on a state designated basic skills examination. Exemptions are listed in Statutes included in the framework

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