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Competencies Needed for Creating and Coordinating a Quality Work-Based Learning Program

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  1. Competencies Needed for Creating and Coordinating a Quality Work-Based Learning Program Susan Gubing, CareerSmarts

  2. LIFE LESSONS Think outside the box. Step up to leadership. Never stop learning. Sue Gubing • Smithtown Schools – 38 years • Online instructor for Buffalo State and Hofstra University and a consultant for 12 years • Passion for career and workforce development • Grow and learn: • Professional Associations –both educational and business • Always step-up: Volunteer for a committee and then leadership

  3. 10/25 11/16 1/24/17 2/28 4/4 WBL • Programs and Certification • Career and Workforce Readiness • The Role of the WBLC • Advisory Boards • Marketing Your Program • Career Counseling • Student Preparation for Training • Job Coaching Skills • Training and Placement • Labor Law and Safety Training Measures 10 WORK-BASED LEARNING COORDINATOR’S COMPETENCIES

  4. WEBINAR OBJECTIVES • Define “Quality Work-Based Learning Program?” • Create awareness of the importance of competencies for Work-Based Learning Coordinators • Explore the first two Work-Based Learning Coordinators’ Competencies • Work-Based Learning Programs and Certification • Career & Workforce Readiness Webinar + Added Value Learning Experience

  5. Quantity OR Quality? What Makes a Quality Program? • QUANTITY? • # of students placed • # of training hours • # of workforce ready classroom hours • # of Work-Based Learning classroom hours for guest speakers, simulation, field trips, etc. • QUALITY? • Rigor of workforce ready curriculum (Skills: Soft skills + special job skills; authentic) • Variety of Work-Based Learning classroom activities • Career Guidance • Placements match student’s career interests • Training plan + evaluation

  6. COORDINATOR’S COMPETENCIES? • Establish a standard • A system to measure • Guidelines to follow • Benchmarks to reach • Validation of school’s time and money for position ROI • TO BE USED IN: • New hires • Current coordinator’s evaluation • Enhance student success WHY

  7. WORK-BASED LEARNING COORDINATOR’S COMPETENCIES Able to use critical thinking skills to determine the best program options from the four NYS approved registered programs along with CDOS Commencement Credential and other forms of Work-based Learning activities. Program assessment will be validated via the program's annual report which includes data, surveys and future strategies for improvement and growth. #1 Knowledge of Work-Based Learning Programs and Certification

  8. NEW YORK STATE APPROVEDWORK-BASED LEARNING PROGRAMS REGISTERED WITH THE STATE – Work-Based Learning Hours grant academic credit. Academic credit can also be granted for class(s) which teach job skills and soft skills. C E R T I F I C A T I O N Career Development #8982 Career and Technical Education Educators • CO-OP (Paid/Unpaid 16+) • Career Awareness • #8981 • Educators, Counselors • GEWEP (Paid, 16+) • Career Awareness • #8981 • Educators, Counselors • WECEP (Paid, 14—15) • Career Awareness • #8982 • CEIP (Unpaid, 14+)

  9. RegisteredState-Approved Programs * 8981: Coordinator of Work Based Learning Programs for Career Awareness • 8982: Coordinator of Work Based Learning Programs for Career Development ** Students must also be covered under the employer’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance. *** Credit earned in these programs can be applied towards a 5-unit career and technical education (CTE) sequence.

  10. CERTIFICATION #8982 Work-Based Learning Coordinator for Career Development. Career and Technical Education instructor 2 Work-Based Learning Certification Courses 600 hours of work experience not in education #8981 Work-Based Learning Coordinator for Career Awareness Educator who possesses a New York State teaching license for grades 7 – 12. Counselors 2 Work-Based Learning Certification Courses 300 hours of work experience not in education CO-OP & CEIP GEWEP & WECEP

  11. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS • Related classroom instruction for soft and specific job skills • Alignment with Child Labor Laws and Hazardous • occupations (Only for CO-OP) • Advisory Board • Forms: • Parent Permission/enrollment form • Memorandum of Agreement • Training Outline • Student Evaluation • Program accountability and assessment New York State Manual http://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  12. Additional Supervised Work-Based Learning Options • Extension 8981 or 8982 is recommended for: • CDOS Commencement Credential – for ALL students • Community-Based Work Programs (for students with disabilities) • Service Learning • School Based Enterprises • In-house training by outside vendor • Virtual/online – XtremeIntern www.XtremeIntern.com • Job Shadowing • Senior Project • Work Study/DOL at school site New York State Manual http://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  13. Other Work Based Learning Options Extension 8981 or 8982 is recommended  Optional

  14. WORK-BASED LEARNING COORDINATOR’S COMPETENCIES Able to use critical thinking skills to determine the best program options from the four NYS approved registered programs along with CDOS Commencement Credential and other forms of Work-based Learning activities. Program assessment will be validated via the program's annual report which includes data, surveys and future strategies for improvement and growth. #1 Knowledge of Work-Based Learning Programs and Certification

  15. Questions about Work-Based Learning Programs, Certification, etc.?

  16. WORK-BASED LEARNING COORDINATOR’S COMPETENCIES Knowledge and skills to determine: • Career choices, • Graduation requirements, • Special designed programs and • Work-based Learning and Career pathways. • Guide students to pathway for college and career and workforce readiness. • Knowledgeable of NYS Department of Education latest policies as it pertains to Work-based Learning programs. #2 Work-based Learning Coordinator’s Role in Career and Workforce Readiness

  17. I AM CAREER READY! After completing numerous career and work-based learning activities I can say with confidence…….. • I have identified my career interests. • I have chosen which career clusters I wish to work in based upon the environment. • I can match my interests to: • High School and post-secondary course selections • Clubs, Community Service, Internships • Job titles and career ladders • Post-secondary training and education such as college majors • Employers • Industry Credentials • Unions and professional associations • I have completed the “Career & Workforce Readiness Challenge” which includes many work-based learning activities such as field trips, guest speakers, job shadowing, internships, and volunteer experiences. • I have created my career plan, resume and ePortfolio to be used in plotting my future road to success.

  18. I AM WORKFORCE READY! After completing numerous career and work-based learning activities I can say with confidence…….. • I know how to identify and research potential employers. • I know how to apply for a job. • I know how to keep a job. • I know how to get promoted. • I have my resume and ePortfolio ready for an employer to see. • I have completed the “Career & Workforce Readiness Challenge” • I have created my career plan, resume and ePortfolio to be used in plotting my future road to success.

  19. Career & Workforce Readiness Challenge

  20. Career & Workforce Readiness Challenge LEVEL TWO — Seniors (10 points each)

  21. Career & Workforce Readiness Challenge

  22. Questions about Career and Workforce Readiness Webinar + Added Value Learning Experience https://sites.google.com/site/wblcompetencies/home

  23. 10/25 11/16 1/24/17 2/28 4/4 WBL • Programs and Certification • Career and Workforce Readiness • The Role of the WBLC • Advisory Boards • Marketing Your Program • Career Counseling • Student Preparation for Training • Job Coaching Skills • Training and Placement • Labor Law and Safety Training Measures 10 WORK-BASED LEARNING COORDINATOR’S COMPETENCIES

  24. Susan Gubing • Career Planning, Work-based Learning, Advisory Boards, 21st Century Skills • 50 years in education • School/Industry Coordinator for Smithtown School District • Professional Development Provider for • Buffalo State and Hofstra – online Work-based Learning Certification • Numerous career and technical education departments • Author - Games2Careers XtremeIntern • NY State Education Consultant for CDOS Standards, WBL • Board of Directors for: • Hauppauge Industrial Association • Society for Human Resource Management • Long Island Business Educators • NYS Work Experience Association