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Global hr forum2008-jay rojewski-opportunities for collaboration between hr and vocational-technocal education Global hr forum2008-jay rojewski-opportunities for collaboration between hr and vocational-technocal education Presentation Transcript

  • Jay W. Rojewski, Professor Workforce Education University of Georgia, USA
  • Engineering, Business, Management, Natural Resources, Human Sciences Health Services Arts and Manufacturing, Marketing, Technology Agriscience Communication Industrial Technology Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Ø Education through occupations, academic subjects taught with relevance to real world Ø Academics are integrated into occupational courses Ø Advantages Ø Avoid job-specific instruction Ø Include greater variety and breadth of academic content Ø Appeal to broader range of students View slide
  • Basic academic skills Personal qualities Higher-order • Responsibility, flexibility, thinking skills punctuality, • Reasoning, problem- • cooperation, positive solving, decision-making work attitude View slide
  • Coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic AND vocational courses starting in Grade 9 and leading to industry-recognized certificate or license and/or degree. Ø Prepare students for postsecondary education AND career Ø Systemic frameworks that integrates education programs with work experience and community services. Ø Guiding principles Ø Sustained involvement of business/industry needed to develop meaningful work-based experiences Ø Planning and program improvement are continuous and driven by data
  • Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Ø Awaken students’ interest in potential careers Ø Adult controlled, hands-on, group-administered, short-term Ø Guidance, information, and planfulness toward future work and education Ø Adult controlled, school-based, individual or group, short- or long-term, passive or active Opportunities to talk with Meetings where groups of Local employers talk about business representatives business and education their jobs, including about work types and leaders provide information possible career fields and availability, education, etc. about jobs and job entry-level requirements requirements Recruit for summer or full- time employment
  • Ø Usually long-term, active and passive, group administered Ø Corporate involvement inc., advising students, technical assistance, support for stronger academic programs Coordinated HS programs for Students provide Role models offering secondary and post- small group of goods or services relationships that secondary curricula students in school Ex., stores, print focus on academics, Integration of Integration of shops, restaurants, career exploration, academic and academic and farms, child care, and work vocational vocational auto repair Variety of education education Apply academic approaches – Parallel to college connected to career knowledge to work, speakers, work tours, prep track cluster or industry exploration, and work prep classes, Work-based learning hands-on experience OTJ supervision
  • Ø Community-based, student- or adult-controlled, active, individual, long-term Learning by doing Combines paid, supervised Observation of workplaces Youth apprenticeship credit work and academic and workers instruction Offers context for Coordinate school learning with supervised work Formal, written agreements schoolwork between student and Variety of approaches – Workplaces / workers are employer integral speakers, work tours, work prep classes, OTJ Students acquire supervision credentials and skills for specific jobs
  • Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Advanced Time in work-based learning programs preparation Intermediate preparation Basic Exploration preparation Apprenticeship Investigation Mentoring Community service; Cooperative education School-based enterprises Awareness Clinical training Job shadowing Field trips Grades 1–6 Grades 7–8 Grades 9–10 Grades 11–12 Grades 13–14 Grades 15–16 Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Ø Culture of continuous improvement Ø All partners agree on measurable goals Ø Viable evaluation process Ø Develop written agreement Ø Evaluate routinely Ø Report findings to all audiences Ø Revise goals based on outcomes Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation
  • Session C-2: Cooperation with the Community for Education Renovation