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Veterinary Assistant
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This course is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment ...
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INFORMATION ABOUT COMPETENCY-BASED COURSES
A course description states the scope and content of a course.
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9.0 Leadership and Teamwork
Students understand effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team a...
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CL = Classroom and Lab
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CL = Classroom and Lab
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CL = Classroom and Lab
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CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
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CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
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CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
SC = ...
CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
SC = ...
CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
SC = ...
CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
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CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
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CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
LA = Language Arts Standards
MA = Math Standards
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CL = Classroom and Lab
CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning)
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MA = Math Standards
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  1. 1. Page 1 1. Veterinary Assistant COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as a Veterinary Assistant. Students develop foundation skills which can be utilized in veterinary clinics, kennels, laboratories, shelters, and pet stores. Topics include basic veterinary medical terminology, safety, animal behavior, handling and restraint techniques, nursing techniques, laboratory procedures, nutrition, sanitation, and client service. In addition to the classroom training, eligible students may receive workplace learning experience. COURSE INFORMATION: Prerequisite: Medical Terminology Dress Requirement and Grooming: Industry standard Course Length: 270 hours: 180 hours classroom, 90 hours community classroom Curriculum Outline Revision Date: 12/03 CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION INDUSTRY SECTOR: • Agriculture and Natural Resources STATE AND FEDERAL DESIGNATIONS System Designation California Basic Educational Data System Code (CBEDS) 4098 – Other Agricultural Course California Department of Education (CDE) Industry Sector A-1 US Department of Education (USDOE) Career Cluster Agriculture and Natural Resources Education US Department of Labor Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) 079.361-014 Veterinary Assistant
  2. 2. Page 2 INFORMATION ABOUT COMPETENCY-BASED COURSES A course description states the scope and content of a course. Competency is a skill attainment. Competency is the minimum level of skill a student has to demonstrate to achieve success. Competency-based instruction measures student success by demonstration of competency and program seat time. Competency-based instruction targets academic and career technical education to better prepare the individual for transition to either employment and/or higher education. CALIFORNIA CTE FOUNDATION STANDARDS The Foundation Standards include general competencies that all students need to master to be successful in the workplace in addition to the competencies listed in the curriculum specific to the occupational area. The Foundation Standards are similar to the competencies identified in the U.S. Department of Labor, Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) Report. Subcomponents (not listed here) provide further detail about each Foundation Standard. The complete document California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards, Grades Seven Through Twelve, is available at www.cde.gov. 1.0 Academics Students understand the academic content required for entry into postsecondary education and employment in the Agriculture and Natural Resources sector. 2.0 Communications Students understand the principles of effective oral, written, and multimedia communication in a variety of formats and contexts. 3.0 Career Planning and Management Students understand how to make effective decisions, use career information, and manage personal career plans. 4.0 Technology Students know how to use contemporary and emerging technological resources in diverse and changing personal, community, and workplace environments. 5.0 Problem Solving and Critical Thinking Students understand how to create alternative solutions by using critical and creative thinking skills, such as logical reasoning, analytical thinking, and problem-solving techniques. 6.0 Health and Safety Students understand health and safety policies, procedures, regulations, and practices, including the use of equipment and handling of hazardous materials. 7.0 Responsibility and Flexibility Students know the behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings. 8.0 Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Students understand professional, ethical, and legal behavior consistent with applicable laws, regulations, and organizational norms.
  3. 3. Page 3 9.0 Leadership and Teamwork Students understand effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workforce diversity, and conflict resolution. 10.0 Technical Knowledge and Skills Students understand the essential knowledge and skills common to all pathways in the Agriculture and Natural Resources sector. 11.0 Demonstration and Application Students demonstrate and apply the concepts contained in the foundation and pathway standards. STUDENT LEARNING GOALS In order to function as productive, involved members of society, San Bernardino County ROP students will: 1. Demonstrate personal skills that promote success and growth in the workplace a. Know the policies, procedures, and regulations regarding health and safety b. Understand the importance of responsibility and accountability c. Understand the role of ethical behavior d. Understand how to work as a member of a team as well as independently 2. Demonstrate career planning that leads to postsecondary education and/or employment a. Know the specific requirements in a career pathway for postsecondary education, certification, and/or licensure b. Apply effective strategies for self-promotion in the hiring process 3. Demonstrate appropriate application of academic skills and concepts necessary for entry into postsecondary education and/or employment a. Apply the principles of effective oral, written, and multimedia communication in a variety of formats and contexts b. Perform mathematical computations required for industry- specific applications 4. Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills a. Use critical thinking skills to make informed decisions and solve problems b. Apply appropriate problem solving strategies and critical thinking skills to work-related issues and tasks 5. Demonstrate the use of appropriate technology used in the 21st Century a. Identify, analyze and integrate past, present and future technological resources for application in personal, workplace and community environments b. Utilize technological skills to enhance personal and career development
  4. 4. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 4 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment I. Orientation Unit Objective: Discuss the objectives for the course, including facilities, student and teacher expectation, policies, career opportunities and community classroom. Unit Competencies: A. Introduce the course and facilities. B. Discuss the course syllabus and major objectives. C. Explain applicable classroom management procedures, the ROP Student Rules of Conduct, and any operational guidelines. D. Review instructor/student expectations. E. Explain enrollment and attendance requirements and procedures. F. Review grading and student evaluation procedures. G. Discuss the community classroom aspect of the program if applicable. H. Discuss the “next steps” in the course sequence related to additional education, training, and employment. I. Review classroom safety, emergency and disaster procedures. J. Discuss ROP Student Learning Goals (SLGs) and their relationship to the course and employability. 2
  5. 5. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 5 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment II. Personal and Occupational Safety Unit Objective: Identify safety hazards commonly found in a veterinary office and/or animal health care industry. Unit Competencies: A. Apply personal safety practices to and from the job. B. Recognize good housekeeping as a safety issue. C. Describe the procedures for reporting a work- related injury. D. Discuss ways to report a potential safety hazard to a supervisor. E. Explain importance of CAL-OSHA in relation to the American Animal Hospital Association’s rules and regulations. F. Define and discuss ergonomics in relation to the working environment. G. Discuss the electrical hazards of working with electronic equipment. H. Recognize the effects of substance abuse in the workplace. I. Demonstrate the proper response to an emergency using first aid procedures. 4 1 LA grades 9/10 Reading 2.0, 2.1  Students read expository materials from text, journals, syllabus, and synthesize information from multiple sources. Class discussion. Written statements. III. Communication Skills Unit Objective: Demonstrates effective verbal communication skills using appropriate vocabulary, demeanor, and vocal tone in the classroom and/or worksite. Unit Competencies: A. Practice professional verbal skills for resolving a conflict. B. Demonstrate active listening skills including 3 2 LA grades 9/10 Writing 2.1 Listening/Speaking 2.3 Students will interview someone in the veterinary profession and write a biographical essay and present it to the class. Written essay Rubric for biographical essays Oral presentation Rubric for oral presentations
  6. 6. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 6 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment techniques for checking for understanding, and for obtaining clarification of directions. C. Read and interpret written information and directions. D. Practice effective body language skills. E. Practice various forms of written communication appropriate to the occupation. IV. Interpersonal Skills Unit Objective: Demonstrate appropriate workplace behaviors, including teamwork, participation, etiquette, flexibility, and ethical decision- making. Unit Competencies: A. Demonstrate positive teamwork skills by contributing to a group effort. B. Practice participation skills. C. Identify different personality types and strategies for working effectively with each type. D. Practice business and social etiquette skills appropriate to the occupation. E. Discuss the role of business and personal ethics in the decision-making process. F. Evaluate various job-related scenarios and justify decisions based on ethics. G. Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability in working with others. H. Discuss the importance of diversity awareness and sensitivity in the workplace. I. Demonstrate the use of time management skills. 4 2
  7. 7. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 7 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment J. Define sexual harassment in the workplace and identify the employee’s role and responsibility. V. Veterinary Medical Terminology Unit Objective: Demonstrate the ability to use veterinary medical terminology in the classroom and in a professional setting. Unit Competencies: A. Identify the basic word building system used in veterinary medical terminology. B. Utilize word roots, combining forms, prefixed, suffices, to analyze unfamiliar veterinary terms and phrases. C. Identify basic rules for building, defining, and spelling veterinary medical terms. D. Identify and demonstrate pronunciation of medical terms. E. Demonstrate the ability to use medical veterinary abbreviations and terms both in the classroom and professional setting. 3 3 LA grades 9/10 Reading 1.0 Students define and use veterinary medical terminology Written vocabulary exercises. VI. Veterinary Paraprofessional Laws and Ethics Unit Objective: Identify the local, state, and federal laws governing animal health care professionals, relating to the role and responsibilities of the veterinary assistant. Unit Competencies: A. Identify the professional role and responsibilities of the veterinary assistant. B. Identify professional associations and employment opportunities for the veterinary 4 LA grades 9/10 Reading 2.0 Writing 2.3 Students write an essay about the role and responsibilities of a veterinary assistant as compared to other licensed and unlicensed veterinary positions. Written essay Rubric.
  8. 8. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 8 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment assistant and related fields. C. Recognize transferable skills from other occupations that relate to the veterinary assistant. D. Explain the difference between licensed and unlicensed positions in the veterinary field. E. Discuss the California Veterinary Medical Practice Act as it pertains to veterinary assistants. F. Identify the professional conduct and liabilities of the veterinarian, registered veterinary technician, and veterinary assistant. G. Understand the local, state, and federal laws governing animal health care professionals, including laws related to animal welfare. VII. Office Procedures and Medical Records Unit Objective: Demonstrate the ability to enter, correct and complete patient information in the veterinary medical record. Unit Competencies: A. Identify basic office equipment and proper use. B. Demonstrate professional phone technique, appointment scheduling, and appropriate document retrieval. C. Demonstrate the ability to enter correct and complete client and patient information in the medical record. D. Implement proper patient identification procedures. E. Market services and products for preventive care and health maintenance. F. Practice basic cash handling and customer 8 10 LA grades 9/10 Writing 2.6 Students prepare a patient chart and accurately enter patient information. Patient chart
  9. 9. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 9 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment service skills. VIII. Introduction to Basic Animal Anatomy and Physiology Unit Objective: Using correct veterinary medical terminology, identify the basic anatomy and physiology of animals. Unit Competencies: A. Identify the topographical anatomy of companion animals. B. Correctly use anatomical terminology to identify specific location and positions of body parts. C. Identify the skeletal anatomy of companion animals. D. Compare the anatomy of large and small animals. E. List the special handling requirements or needs of large animals. 18 2 LA grades 9/10 Reading 2.0 Read and discuss text related to anatomy and physiology of animals. Classroom discussion Written and oral quizzes IX. Basic Nutrition Unit Objective: Describe the nutritional requirements for common animal species. Unit Competencies: A. Discuss nutritional requirements of common species. B. Describe essential nutrients and their functions. C. Identify and differentiate between commercial over-the-counter generic, grocery, and premium animal diets including nutritional supplements. 3 5
  10. 10. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 10 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment X. Restraint, Handling and Observation Skills Unit Objective: Identify common species and their husbandry requirements, including restraint methods for various veterinary medical procedures. Unit Competencies: A. Identify common species and their husbandry requirements. B. Distinguish between various types of behaviors of specific animal species. C. Interpret different animal responses to humans and environmental stimuli. D. Demonstrate specific physical restraint methods for both canine and feline patients. E. Demonstrate restraint for different routs of administering medication. F. Differentiate restraint methods for various veterinary medical procedures. G. Describe the indications for use of chemical restraints. H. Identify equipment used to restrain specific species. 10 5 XI. Physical Examination Unit Objective: Report and record detailed history and physical findings in an industry acceptable medical record format. Unit Competencies: A. Demonstrate proper technique for obtaining vital signs of an animal, including normal values. B. Differentiate by organ system normal and abnormal findings during a physical exam. 18 15 Math grades 9-12 Number and Operations Record vital signs and compare to normal values. Review patient chart
  11. 11. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 11 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment C. Recall normal values for temperature, pulse and respiration. D. Report and record detailed history and physical exam findings in a medical record. XII. Lab Procedures Unit Objective: Demonstrate the proper collection, labeling, and interpretation of results for basic laboratory tests and procedures. Unit Competencies: A. Identify and practice the care and proper use of laboratory equipment. B. Demonstrate the proper collection and labeling of laboratory specimens. C. Set up, read and interpret results for basic laboratory tests and procedures. D. Accumulate laboratory information and create a functional reference manual. 15 10 LA grades 9/10 Writing 2.6 Create a functional reference manual for the collection, labeling, and interpretation of laboratory tests and procedures. XIII. Sanitation and Disease Control Unit Objective: Demonstrate the proper use of disinfectants and antiseptics, handling and disposal of contaminated waste, and cleaning animal cages and other surfaces. Unit Competencies: A. Distinguish between disinfectants and antiseptics. B. Demonstrate proper labeling and correct use of disinfectants and antiseptics. C. Demonstrate the proper cleaning of animal cages and other surfaces. D. Describe isolation procedures, and correctly handle and dispose of contaminated waste. 6 5
  12. 12. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 12 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment XIV. Parasitology Unit Objective: Explain the treatment and prevention methods of all common parasites. Unit Competencies: A. Identify and differentiate between common endoparasites and ectoparasites in various species. B. Recognize signs and symptoms of diseases attributed to parasitisium in various species. C. Explain the treatment and prevention methods of all common parasites. 6 5 XV. Disease Transmission and Vaccinations Unit Objective: Describe the functions of the immune system and the importance of vaccinations and preventative health care or animals. Unit Competencies: A. Describe the immune system and its functions. B. Explain the importance of maintaining a preventative health care schedule. C. Describe the symptoms of the diseases for which animals are routinely vaccinated. D. Indicate the proper location to give a vaccine in common animal species, and the correct way to store and care for vaccinations. E. Demonstrate sanitation technique to eliminate/reduce disease transmission. 15 5 LA grades 9/10 Reading 2.0 Listening/Speaking 2.5 Discuss the importance of vaccinations in the prevention of disease. Classroom discussion.
  13. 13. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 13 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment XVI. Radiology Unit Objective: Describe the appropriate use of basic veterinary radiology equipment and safety precautions. Unit Competencies: A. Identify basic veterinary radiology equipment, proper use, and safety precautions. B. Explain the importance of a correctly positioned and restrained patient. C. Identify proper use of radiology logs and proper labeling of radiographs. 4 3 XVII. Veterinary Nursing Procedures Unit Objective: Identify specific veterinary equipment used in standard and critical care nursing. Unit Competencies: A. Recognize signs and symptoms of a sick or injured animal. B. Identify and select equipment used to administer fluid therapy. C. Explain the administration of medications using the “Five Rights.” D. Implement correct nursing and charting skills during the monitoring and/or treatment of a patient. E. Conduct basic nursing care skills including toenail trimming, ear cleaning, clipping fur for therapeutic reasons, cleansing and bandaging. 15 2 XVIII. Surgical Nursing and Anesthesia Procedures Unit Objective: Identify common anesthetic agents 10 5
  14. 14. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 14 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment and discuss the stages and possible complications of anesthesia. Unit Competencies: A. Identify common anesthetic agents that are implemented in surgical veterinary procedures. B. Inspect anesthesia machine and peripheral components in preparation for use. C. Discuss stages and possible complications of anesthesia. D. Set up and prepare a patient/equipment for common veterinary surgical procedures. E. Identify and differentiate between various common surgical instruments. F. Demonstrate the proper care, maintenance, and sterilization procedures for surgical instruments. G. Demonstrate the proper use of an autoclave and its components. XIX. Emergency Procedures Unit Objective: Demonstrate the ability to recognize and respond appropriately to emergency situations. Unit Competencies: A. Demonstrate the ability to recognize emergency situations. B. Identify and retrieve various emergency equipment, supplies, and medications. C. Recall the three basic rescue skills of CPR: Airway, Breathing, and Circulation (ABCs). D. Demonstrate CPR techniques using a mannequin dog 6 1
  15. 15. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 15 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment XX. Human/Animal Psychology and Grief Unit Objective: Discuss the factors affecting human attitudes toward animals. Unit Competencies: A. Differentiate the factors affecting human attitude toward animals. B. Identify Pet-Facilitated therapies and interventions. C. Discuss specific causes for pet overpopulation and the importance, procedures, and process of Euthanasia. D. Recognize the five stages of grief, and personal/client stress management techniques. E. Identify various options for pet disposal. 3 XXI. Canine and Feline Dental Protocol Unit Objective: Identify common dental problems and diseases and discuss the procedures to maintain good dental health. Unit Competencies: A. Describe basic dental anatomy and age determination. B. Recognize common dental problems and diseases. C. Identify basic instruments and equipment used for dental procedures. D. Cite safety preventions to use when performing dental procedures. E. Educate clients about preventative dental care and the use of veterinary dental products. 3 4 LA grades 9/10 Reading 2.0 Writing 1.0 Listening and Speaking 1.0 Read and analyze text and newspaper or magazine articles about dental health in animals. Write a process essay to educate clients about preventative dental care. Give an oral presentation Essay/Rubric Peer evaluation of oral presentation XXII. Introduction to Veterinary Pharmacology Unit Objective: Demonstrate a basic knowledge of 10 5 Math grades 6-8 and 9-12 Measurement Complete exercises that involve conversions from American
  16. 16. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 16 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment common veterinary drug classifications, regular medications and controlled substances, abbreviations, and the ability to interpret a written prescription. Unit Competencies: A. Identify and differentiate between common veterinary drug classifications, generic group names, brand names, and their uses, including precautions and storage. B. Demonstrate knowledge of basic pharmacology, abbreviations, and the ability to interpret a written prescription. C. Differentiate between regular medications and controlled substances. D. Demonstrate basic math principles including conversions from American standard system to the metric system. standard system to the metric system. Test XXIII. Job Search Unit Objective: Identify appropriate procedures to obtain employment, retain employment, and to leave employment. Unit Competencies: A. Identify sources of job information, including electronic sources. B. Correctly complete employment application forms and develop an employment resume and cover letter. C. Demonstrate interviewing techniques using appropriate tone and body language. D. Discuss appropriate dress and grooming standards in seeking employment and for the workplace. E. Review company policies and current trends 10 LA grades 9/10 Writing 2.5 Write a business letter of application. Evaluation of the letter, including format, content, and style.
  17. 17. CL = Classroom and Lab CC = Community Classroom (worksite learning) LA = Language Arts Standards MA = Math Standards SC = Science Standards AC = Art Cornerstones HSEE = High School Exit Exam Standards Page 17 MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS CL Hours CC Hours CA Academic Content Standards HSEE Activity/Assessment in employee compatibility screening, drug screening, and background checks. F. Demonstrate appropriate attendance, punctuality, responsibility, and accountability practices for the classroom and worksite if applicable. G. Identify strategies for employment retention. H. Identify appropriate procedures for leaving a job.
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