Presentation on theme: "WORK PROGRAM Marketing Dynamics. Welcome Back Today we will be putting together Student Work folders and Employer Welcome Packets. Please pick up a pocket."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome Back Today we will be putting together Student Work folders and Employer Welcome Packets. Please pick up a pocket folder and each sheet
Write your name neatly on the white label sticker on the tab. Write Expectations on the Left Sticker of pocket folder. Write Work Docs on the Right Sticker of pocket folder. Name Expectations Work Docs
Put Your and your Parents Signed documents in the Left pocket under Expectations. Training plan Standard of Operations Career Preparations Student Expectations
Write your Name neatly on the white sticker of the folder tab. Put the papers you picked up in the order listed in the file folder. Welcome letter Child Labor Laws Description of Specific and Related Occupational Training Evaluation Rubric (fill in top info) Weekly Time Sheet Yearly Wage and Hours Report 2014-15 District Calendar Bell Schedule Training Station Presentation Questions Teacher Business Card
Welcome Memo – Initial Paperwork and Explanations
Child Labor Laws - Most of this information will not affect most of you.
Career Preparation Description of Specific and Related Occupational Training – Expectations of learning in class and on the job.
Evaluation Rubric – I will go to your job site each grading period to check on your progress. You will return the Rubric to class with your Employer’s Test Grade. Fill in Top Information
Weekly Job Report Used to document student hours 3-credit course = 15+ hrs. in 7-day period (average) 2-credit course = 10+ hours per week (average) Each week, student Completes hours worked each day per week Totals hours for the week Completes a few sentences on journal lines NOTE: Teacher checks each week! Keep in Work Doc folder At end of grading period, student Totals hours for grading period Submits form to Teacher (grade) Documenting Employment
Yearly Wage and Hour Student logs weekly hours and grading period totals from wage and hour form Student compares number of hours to ensure meeting recommended state requirement (15 hrs per week X 36 weeks in school year = 540 hrs for the year) (270 hrs per semester) Keep form in work doc folder to be kept in the Room.
Documentation can be “when, where, who, and how far” on district travel form you submitted for payment when finished with visits District may have special procedure for documentation If student asks, “Who did you give my evaluation to? (so they know who to check with to get it back), you will know! Make a list and post it in classroom or by the door as you complete visits Some students were at work and will know that you were there but others were not They will know about when their evaluations should be ready When applicable, make comments in class about students at work After Visiting the Training Site
Career Preparation students are expected to stay at their present job for the entire school year They need to improve coping and communication skills (lifelong skills) If they quit or are fired, they will have no grade for employer evaluation or Wage and Hour form. No Passing Grade for that 9 Weeks Program’s relationship with employers can be damaged (strong co-op programs are built on “repeat business” with satisfied employers) Students must have YOUR permission to change jobs – Complete a form Fired/Quitting/Changing Jobs
Sometimes co-op students cannot stay at present job Business reduces student hours below 15 per week Business closes or moves out of the area Situation warrants job change Must have new job within two weeks Assist student with job leads Student documents contacts made on employment search form – Get form from teacher (minimum of 3 per day) Co-op teacher prepares new training plan Finding a New Job