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Work Based Learning Overview

OBJECTIVES

The Work-Based Learning Program has been created as a supplement to formal vocational and classroom training. Its intent is to add significantly to the impact and vitality of courses that a student will complete.

Objectives emphasized by the Work-Based Learning Program are:

- to provide opportunities for high school students to explore areas of academic or career interest within local businesses and industries which will assist them in making informed occupational choices;

- to prepare students with the entry level skills and professional habits required to be successful in the workplace;

- to expand the students' personal growth through contact with employers, customers, supervisors, teachers and work-based learning coordinators;

GOALS

The goals of the Work-Based Learning Program are:

- to provide the students with an experience relevant to the classroom and their career goals;

- to meet the employment demands of today's business and industry with a competitive workforce

STUDENT ELIGIBILITY

The student must meet the following criteria to be eligible for work-based learning training:

1. be at least sixteen years of age;
2. be enrolled in related class or instruction which complements on-the-job training;
3. have a minimum of classroom instruction for the first nine weeks of school;
4. be recommended by the instructor;
5. must have at least an overall “C” average in academic subjects & “B” average in CTE Program area;
6. must have and maintain acceptable attendance and discipline records;
7. be enrolled in the final level of business education or trade and industry education
8. not displace other workers who perform similar work on the job;
9. have a schedule of organized and progressive work to be performed on the job;
10. sign training agreements;
11. have transportation to the training site;
13. have parents permission, including signed training agreements, to participate in on-the-job training;
14. maintain documentation of hours worked toward credit

Credit Statement

Students shall earn one Carnegie unit (120 hours) toward graduation upon successful completion of supervised work experience. Students can earn one-half of a Carnegie unit (60 hours) for semester courses.

Files
 Time Sheet.pdf
Current Co-op students should complete and return this time sheet to Ms. Fox every two weeks.
 WBL Application 2013.pdf
Students that would like to participate in a Cooperative learning experience should complete this application and the insert found below.
 WBL Application Inserts 2013.pdf
These inserts include teacher recommendation forms that will need to be completed with the WBL Application.
Contacts
+ Fox, Natalie
Click on name to see details.
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