Presentation on theme: "WORK PROGRAM Marketing Dynamics. Mrs. Aston would like to welcome you to Marketing Dynamics Please pick up a Student Information sheet to fill out and."— Presentation transcript:
Mrs. Aston would like to welcome you to Marketing Dynamics Please pick up a Student Information sheet to fill out and turn in.
Work-release students find their own jobs with no regard to training opportunities No high school credits are earned No school supervision or follow-up for early-release students No related class instruction for early-release students. Only 7 th period off. Students and teacher work together to find a training position in an occupational area Students can earn 2 to 3 high school credits Regular visits are made to student’s employer to evaluate and follow-up student’s on-the-job training, performance and progress Students learn employability and workplace skills, as well as occupationally-specific content correlated with their career and academic goals Looks good on Resume Late arrival and early release or 2 early release periods. “Early Release” vs. “Career Preparation” Career Preparation students have the support of a trained educator in order to maximize their potential in preparation for a career in the global workforce.
Provide relevance and meaning to learning experiences Demonstrate connections between school & work Offer contextual & integrated learning experiences Provide hands-on application Goals of Work-based Learning
Encourage career awareness & exploration Learn relevant employability skills & what employers want Provide specific career preparation and skills of the job Give dignity to practical learning, application of knowledge, and work Provide a capstone experience for students involved in a career cluster pathway of study. Goals of Work-based Learning
Pick up the 3 documents put in file folder. Take home for parent signatures tonight. Turn in tomorrow. Training plan Standard of Operations Career Preparations Student Expectations
The student’s supervisor is a teacher and a trainer Should be capable, interested, and willing to give constructive help when needed Training stations should provide a variety of experiences in the student’s area of occupational interest Should be progressive and rotate students into positions requiring high levels of skills Most difficult to achieve The business organization should exemplify high ethical standards. Should be a moral environment appropriate for young employees The training station should provide a safe environment for students. Buildings, equipment, and grounds should meet local, state, and federal safety regulations. Should not be in dangerous location or require late/odd business hours Selecting Training Stations
Training Plan - to be turned in to the State of Texas. Ensuring that you have employment at an appropriate training station aka work site. This is to enable you to receive up to 3 high school credits for graduation upon success of the class. Fill in the blanks Read before signing. Have your parents read this official document before they sign. I have to turn this in to ISC with all signatures within 10 days or you could be removed from the program.
Standard of Operations – rules and procedures for class and work. Make sure you understand and can adhere to this document.
Career Preparation Student Expectations – rules and procedures for class and work. Make sure you understand and can adhere to this document.
See you tomorrow. Do Not forget to turn in your folder of documents with parent signatures as you walk into class!!!