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  • CTE PLAN 2015-2017

    9/26/2015 Alignment. Collaboration. Accountability. Innovation.

    The School of Career & Technical Education (SOCTE) strategic plan

    for 2015-17 encompasses the mission, core values, and vision to

    provide students with high skill, high demand, and high wage

    occupations in current and emerging industry sectors.

    LOS ANGELES SOUTHWEST COLLEGE

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    LOS ANGELES SOUTHWEST COLLEGE / SOCTE

    Dr. Linda Rose, President

    Dr. Lawrence Bradford, Vice President, Academic Affairs

    Rick Hodge, Dean, CTE / Workforce Development

    Erica Mayorga, SFP Director

    Cynthia Lopez, SFP Specialist

    Linda Beacham-Jones, SFP Technician

    Rodnette Berger, Senior Secretary

    Karen Cifuentes, SFP Assistant

    Sinchell Nelson, SFP Assistant

    Joyce Ashley, Career/Transfer Pathways & Jobs Center

    Claudia Ramirez, Counselor (CTE)

    Lisa Ford, Counselor (Transfer)

    Lisa Lewenberg, Workforce Development, Data Collection

    Katrin R. Wilson, Articulation Counselor

    LOS ANGELES SOUTHWEST COLLEGE www.lasc.edu 1600 West Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, CA 90047-4899

    (323) 241-5225

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    CTE PLAN 2015-2017 A L I G N M E N T . C O L L A B O R A T I O N . A C C O U N T A B I L I T Y . I N N O V A T I O N .

    CTE PLAN I MISSION

    The mission of the School of Career & Technical Education at Los Angeles Southwest College is to engage

    students in academic and technical preparation for them to meet the challenges of a global workforce. We

    provide short-term CTE courses and programs in a variety of industry-focused areas that lead to certificates,

    credentials, and licenses necessary for the workplace.

    CTE PLAN I VISION

    The vision of Career & Technical Education is:

    Career Pathways and Articulation for CTE Students. Align K12 with CTE in order to increase the

    number and quality of career pathways, CTE courses, and student enrollment in CTE.

    Career Planning and Development. Strengthen career awareness, exploration, and guidance; develop

    individual college and career plans; and connect with industries and businesses to offer internships,

    work-based learning opportunities, job shadowing, and job placement.

    Programs for Underserved Students. Improve literacy, access, resources and outreach to underserved

    students, including wraparound services, such as work support, job training and placement, career

    goals, and employability/job readiness.

    Business and Industry Engagement in CTE. Expand opportunities in work experience, education and

    training experiences; create linkages with business and industry for the purpose of economic

    development and curricular applications that prepare individuals for the workplace and prepare

    graduates to successfully compete in the global community.

    CTE Faculty Recruitment and Professional Development. Provide CTE faculty/classroom enhancement;

    develop innovative teaching strategies for CTE faculty and offer CTE professional development

    experiences.

    Capacity Building, Grant Acquisition, and Student Transition. Provide strategic leadership in CTE

    through promotion of CTE students transition from secondary to postsecondary education; successfully

    completion of career pathway programs.

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    CTE PLAN I CORE VALUES

    The core values that inform our strategies and determine our actions to accomplish our mission are:

    Alignment. Effective alignment between high-quality CTE programs and labor market needs to equip

    students with 21st-century skills and prepare them for in-demand occupations in high-growth industry

    sectors.

    Collaboration. Strong collaborations among secondary and postsecondary institutions, employers, and

    industry partners to improve the quality of CTE programs.

    Accountability. Meaningful accountability for improving academic outcomes and building technical

    and employability skills in CTE programs with targeted recruiting, curriculum and program

    development with technology that supports it, and wraparound student support services.

    Innovation. Collaborative innovative programs that attract, prepare, and educate students for new

    pathways in the global economy.

    CTE OVERVIEW 14-15 I SCHOOL OF CTE

    The School of Career & Technical Education consists of departments/divisions that represent preparation for

    credentials, certifications, licenses, and associate degrees:

    CTE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (5):

    1. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT, COMPUTER SCIENCE & RELATED TECHNOLOGIES The department provides outstanding undergraduate education that combines a strong foundation in traditional business disciplines and experiential opportunities in entrepreneurship/small business development and global trade & logistics, as well as technology enhancements with cybersecurity and homeland security education.

    BUSINESS DISCIPLINES Accounting (Bookkeeping) Business (Administration / Banking) Computer Application and Office Technology (CAOT) Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Economics Electronics Engineering Entrepreneurship / Small Business Finance Global Trade & Logistics Law/Paralegal Management Marketing Real Estate Supervision

    2. CHILD DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT / CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER LAB

    The Child Development program prepares individuals for various levels of employment in child development centers, nursery schools, recreation centers, public school settings, Head Start programs, family and in-home daycare and other areas where caring for young children is the principle function.

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    The program integrates theoretical and empirical concepts of development with field and laboratory experiences.

    CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS Child Development Model Child Development Program Center Enrollment Application Teacher Training Program (TTP)

    3. NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH DEPARTMENT

    The Registered Nursing Program at Los Angeles Southwest College provides a basic curriculum in Nursing Education that satisfies requirements for the Associate Degree in Science with a major in Nursing. Successful completion of the two-year program prepares the graduate to function as an entry-level nurse, and take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX-RN) leading to licensure as a Registered Nurse.

    NURSING DISCIPLINES ADN (Registered Nursing) Program Advanced Placement (LVN-ADN) Program Allied Health

    4. NON-CREDIT PROGRAMS / Bridges to Success/Puentes al Exito

    LASC Non-Credit Program and Bridges to Success assists students in bridging from ESL to college-level degree applicable courses, transitioning from non-credit to credit classes and higher education, and becoming a more active member of work and community. The program also supports student registration and enrollment assistance (credit and non-credit). LASC Non-Credit Program is the 17th largest non-credit program within the 112 community colleges.

    NON-CREDIT PROGRAMS Noncredit ESL Citizenship Basic Skills Math Basic Skills English Spanish GED Basic Computer Literacy

    5. CTE ACADEMIC CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS in BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPT.

    CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELOR RECOVERY SPECIALIST FINGERPRINTING PROGRAMS TEACHER ASSISTANT PROGRAM

    CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELOR Program is designed to provide academic preparation and field experience for individuals employed or preparing for employment in public and private agencies that serve clients with alcohol and drug problems. Students will learn to discuss, describe, and demonstrate the intake/initial interviewing process in a clinical setting, and the treatment planning process in a clinical setting.

    RECOVERY SPECIALIST Program prepares students to work in chemical dependency counseling facilities to assist in the counseling process during the recovery stage. Students will be able to discuss and describe the substance abuse recovery process and the intake/initial interviewing process in a clinical setting.

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    FINGERPRINTING Program compares and contrasts the differences in various fingerprint characteristics, analyzes and describes different fingerprint patterns and how they affect fingerprint classification according to their patterns.

    TEACHER ASSISTANT PROGRAM provides the knowledge and skills for placement in Para-educator/Teacher Assistant positions, and ultimately a career as a certificated teacher. Coursework and fieldwork prepare students for entry-level employment.

    CTE STUDENT SUPPORT DEPARTMENTS (3)

    1. CAREER/TRANSFER PATHWAYS & JOBS CENTER The Career Center collaborates with Student Services and the entire campus, introducing students to possible employment with new and existing partnerships. The Center provides workshops to students entering and re-entering the workforce. Students First is the theme and primary goal of the Center.

    SAMPLE OF SERVICES Career & Job Search Advising Skill & Interest Assessment Interview Preparation Resume & Cover Letter Review Mock Interviews Pathway Planning Transfer Advisement

    2. FOSTER & KINSHIP CARE EDUCATION PROGRAMS

    The Foster & Kinship Care program provides preparation for foster, adoptive and kinship care providers. It helps prospective and caring families with the protection and nurturance of children in their care. This program ensures educational stability for children and youth in foster care, with seam