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Program Management - Spring 2019 is a Course

Program Management - Spring 2019

Ended Apr 4, 2019
1 credit


Full course description

Full course description

Course Dates:

April 4, 2019


1 day





Course Type:  



What constitutes an “approved program”? In this course, participants will learn what is required to ensure that a 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, the 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 achieve premier program status! 

NOTE:  There is homework associated with this class if you wish to earn ADE credit.


-Describe the new A-F School Accountability Plan and the role of CTE in your school’s success
-Analyze components of the CTE Delivery System
-Compare and Contrast Classroom Instruction and Laboratory Instruction
-Describe JTED’s in Arizona
-Identify funding sources and the differences between JTED, Perkins and Priority Grants
-Explain what Performance Measures are and why they are important
-Identify Components of an Approved CTE Program

Course Instructors

Curt Bertelsen is the Director of Professional Development for Pima JTED.  He received his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from the University of Arizona.  He counts himself blessed to have been able to teach Agriculture at Flowing Wells High School for 23 years. He has been a part of an amazing team of professionals that has developed the Arizona CTE Curriculum Consortium and Premier Program Series, both have grown into statewide efforts. He loves working with new teachers and seeing them grow into amazing professional educators. He and his wife, Ann, are parents to three wonderful adult children and an awesome son-in-law. His dog, Daisy, likes to follow him around as he gardens. Contrary to nasty rumors, he actually eats his vegetables!  Is dark chocolate technically a vegetable?


Pima County JTED @ Master Pieces
2855 W. Master Pieces Dr. 
Building 1 / PD Classroom
Tucson, AZ  85741


8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (half hour lunch)

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