ctec512 | Graduate

Career And Technical Education Leadership

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This course prepares participants to lead career and technical education (CTE) programs. Participants examine the roles and responsibilities of CTE leaders, as well as standards and legislation that affect CTE programs, CTE program management, and CTE stakeholder relationships. Participants explore current and future trends in CTE, as well as partnerships between high schools and colleges. Participants look closely at their own CTE program as it relates to evaluation and improvement.

This graduate-level course is 4 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 4

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    The Future of Career and Technical Education (CTE)

    • Envision the future of CTE programs based upon current trends.
    • Create a plan to evaluate and improve upon your CTE program and partnerships.
    • Analyze current CTE trends.

    The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program and the Roles and Responsibilities of the CTE Leader

    • Describe the components and implementation of a CTE program.
    • Analyze the role of the CTE leader.
    • Describe the responsibilities of the CTE leader.
    • Discuss traits of effective CTE leaders.

    Standards, Legislation, and Advocacy

    • Discuss ways to promote the implementation of CTE standards.
    • Analyze the influence of legislation on CTE programs.
    • Determine how to lead and coordinate responsiveness to current CTE legislation.
    • Describe ways to effectively advocate for CTE programs.

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program Management; Managing Stakeholder Relationships

    • Identify student skills that drive the objectives of CTE programs.
    • Recognize challenges associated with CTE program management.
    • Develop an effective marketing plan for CTE programs.
    • Develop strategies for building and maintaining CTE partnerships.
    • Identify methods for developing high school–college partnerships.
    • Establish methods to address stakeholder challenges.
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