What constitutes an “approved program”? Come and learn in depth what is required to ensure that your program is in compliance and eligible to receive Federal, State and JTED funding. You will leave with the skills needed to manage the many facets of running a premier CTE program including: purchasing, collection of data, reports, advisory committees, work-based learning, Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO), end of program assessments, attracting and retaining non-traditional students and more. You will develop a 3-year implementation plan for your own CTE Program to be a premier program!
NOTE: There is homework associated with this class if you wish to earn ADE credit.
This is a one day, designed for CTSO officer teams and advisers. This workshop covers those skills associated with conducting meeting including parliamentary procedure, agenda development and giving effective reports. Participating teams receive lunch and resource materials.