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2 Bell Ringer12/8  Reflect on the following question in your NB:  What is your career goal? List some of the steps you must take, starting NOW, in order to obtain this career.

3 Objective  1.01/2.01 Describe and explain the employment opportunities, educational requirements, and job trends.

4 Outline/Vocab (on your course outline sheet) 1. Employment opportunities a. Career cluster b. Career ladder c. Career lattice d. Job description 2. Educational requirements a. Cooperative education b. Job shadowing c. Entry-level job d. Skilled labor e. Apprenticeship 3. Pay a. Hourly b. Commission c. Salary

5 Employment Opportunities  Career Cluster  Jobs or careers that are closely related More examples on page 491 in “Housing Decisions” ContractorElectricianArchitectPlumber

6 Employment Opportunities  Career Ladder  Progression of related careers  Vertical Movement  You can climb a ladder by gaining more education, knowledge, and experience.

7 Employment Opportunities

8  What about Interior Design?

9 Employment Opportunities  Career Lattice  A chart showing related career opportunities  Horizontal and Vertical Movement Horizontal Movement- similar levels, slightly different subject areas Vertical Movement- more qualifications Example on p. 509 in “Housing Decisions”

10 Employment Opportunities

11  Job Descriptions  Written statements that describe the: Duties & responsibilities Personal qualifications needed Educational qualifications needed Potential earnings Opportunities for advancement design-project-manager.html

12 Educational Requirements  Cooperative Education  Schooling that includes working part-time PLUS attending classes part-time  Earn school credit for both components  16 or older  Job Shadowing  Pair student with an employee, business, industry or agency  Student becomes familiar with the duties associated with that occupation

13 Educational Requirements  Skilled Laborer  Someone who has acquired a special skill, knowledge or ability  College, university or technical school  May learn on the job  “Expert”  Apprenticeship  Enrolled in an organized program of job training that is coupled with vocational classes.  Typically have a mentor.

14 Educational Requirements  Career Levels  Professional College degree Interior Designer, Architect, Engineers, etc.  Mid-Level Some higher education or experience Report to “professionals”  Entry-Level No higher education Learn on the job PAY

15 Types of Pay  Hourly  Fixed amount per hours worked  Must track (time-clock)  No work = No pay  Commission  Based on percentage of amount of sales  No sales = No pay  Salary  Fixed amount for the year for performing job duties  Wages based on duties, NOT hours worked  No overtime

16 Activity #1  Career Clusters  In groups of 3 select a career related to Housing or Interior Design  Using the computers, research this career and complete the “Housing & Interiors Careers” worksheet

17 Bell Ringer12/9  Reflect on the following question in your NB:  What is the difference between a career cluster, ladder, and lattice? Provide an example of each.  Name and describe the three different types of pay.

18 Objective  1.01/2.01 Describe and explain the employment opportunities, educational requirements, and job trends.

19 Outline/Vocab (on your course outline sheet) Career development techniques A. Professional opportunities B. Educational Requirements 1. Post-secondary 2. Community College 3. Colleges/Universities 4. Technical schools/Institutes C. Certification/licensing 1. AIA 2. NSPE 3. ASLA 4. ASID D. Mentoring

20 Outline/Vocab (on your course outline sheet) E. Entrepreneurial 1. Personal characteristics a. Goal b. Organization c. Good health d. Knowledgeable e. Good planning skills f. Calculated risk taker g. Innovative h. Responsible 2. Risks and advantages

21 Education After High School  Community College vs. Junior College  College/University  Public = state supported  Private  Degrees Vary (typically 4 year Bachelor’s Degrees)  Technical School  School or specialized training Examples = Cosmetology, Computers

22 Activity #1  Education After High School Worksheet  Work in groups of 2 or 3 to locate the various types of schools. Be ready to report back to the class…

23 Professional Organizations  Why Join??  Learn newest ideas in your field  Networking opportunities  Benefits (publications, discounts, etc)  Insurance/Lawyers  Proves that you are a certified, legitimate professional!

24 Activity #2  Professional Organizations Research  Table 1- AIA  Table 2- NSPE  Table 3- ASLA  Table 4- ASID  Table 5- AAFCS  Answer these questions and report back to class: What is it? When was it created/formed? Who is it for? How do you join/obtain membership?

25 Professional Organizations  AIA – American Institute of Architects  Promotes high standards for architects  NSPE – Nat’l Society of Prof. Engineers  Members required to have experience and continuing education  ASLA – American Society of Landscape Architects  Members required to update education frequently  ASID – American Society of Interior Designers  Promotes quality of work among Interior Designers  AAFCS – American Assoc. of Family & Consumer Sciences  Provides educational programs, active in public policy to improve quality of life for all people

26 Entrepreneur Characteristics  Goal Oriented  Organized  Good health  Knowledgeable  Good planning skills  Calculated risk taker  Innovative  Responsible

27 Entrepreneur Risks/Advantages  Risks  Advantages

28 Activity #3  CH. 30 Worksheet  Using the “Residential Housing and Interiors” Book, complete the CH. 30 Worksheet  Turn in for a grade!

29 Project  Next Project!  Work individually  DUE: DECEMBER 19

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