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        Annual Program Review Update

Annual Program Review Update
*Be sure to include information from all three campuses.

Program/Discipline:        Construction Technology/CT General and Cabinetmakeing


Submitted by (names):      Paul Kinsey                      Contact Information:
                           Ted Stodder                                     Phone: Paul Kinsey
                                                                            Email: paul-kinsey@redwoods.edu



Submission Date:           2//1111


Dean / V. P.:              Mike Peterson


Validation Date:



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1. Program/Discipline Changes

Has there been any change in the status of your program or area since your last
Annual Update? (Have you shifted departments? Have new degrees or
certificates been created by your program? Have activities in other programs
impacted your area or program? For example, a new nursing program could
cause greater demand for life-science courses.)

No


Note: curricular changes should be addressed under 12 (Curriculum).



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                                                     2. Program/Discipline Trends

Review and analyze the Enrollment data (Table 2.01) provided by Institutional Research and answer the following questions:

Table 2.01 Enrollments
Number of students enrolled at census date
For the purposes of these charts here, course sections have been broken down by class start time. The definitions for each start time are
as follows:
           ·Early Morning       Before 10:00AM
           ·Mid Day             From 10:00AM to 2:30PM
           ·Late Afternoon      From 2:30PM to 4:30PM
           ·Evening             4:30PM and later
           ·Weekend             Saturday or Sunday classes
           ·TBA                 No scheduled start time
* Evening is defined differently for semesters prior to Fall 2009

Each classification was weighted according to the following schedule:
          ·Weekend
          ·Evening
          ·Late Afternoon
          ·Early Morning
          ·Mid Day

If a section had start times that fell into more than one category, it would be placed in the higher weighted category. For example, if a
section met on a Saturday and started at 10:30AM, it would be considered a Weekend section.




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a. Describe how changes in the discipline or area are impacting the data shown in the table above.

CT courses offered at the Hoopa (Klamath-Trinity) site have skewed the numbers negatively. CT 90, 91, 95, & 96 have artificially high

b. Describe how changes outside the discipline or area are impacting the data shown in the table above.

None




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Review and analyze the Enrollment data (Table 2.02) provided by Institutional Research and answer the following questions:

2.02 Course Success Rates
Percentage of students enrolled at census receiving a grade of A, B, C, or Credit




a. Describe how changes in the discipline or area are impacting the data shown in the table above.

CT courses offered at the Hoopa (Klamath-Trinity) site have skewed the numbers negatively. Success rates are much higher on the

b. Describe how changes outside the discipline or area are impacting the data shown in the table above.

None




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Review and analyze the Enrollment data (Table 2.03) provided by Institutional Research and answer the following questions:

Table 2.03 Course Retention Rate
Percentage of students enrolled at census receiving a grade other than W (Withdraw)




a. Describe how changes in the discipline or area are impacting the data shown in the table above.

None

b. Describe how changes outside the discipline or area are impacting the data shown in the table above.

None




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Review and analyze the Enrollment data (Table 2.04) provided by Institutional Research and answer the following questions:

Table 2.04 English and Mathematics Basic Skills Data for Course Success (F2005-F2008)




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Given the data, what patterns can be identified in the success rate in individual courses based on the students' skill level? Identify any
important changes since the last review.

The sample courses are not part of either the residential or cabinetmaking/woodworking program.


How has the discipline/program responded to these patterns and how will the discipline/program respond in the next three years?

No response needed.

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                                         3. Labor Market Review (for occupational programs)

Occupational programs must review their labor market data.
Provide a narrative that addresses the following issues
a. Documentation of lab market demand
b. Non-duplication of other training programs in the region.
c. Effectiveness as measured by the employment and completion success of its students.

a.CT: There is only acecdotal evidence available for employment rates of CT students.

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                                                        4. Budget Resources

List your area’s budget for the following categories in the table below. Restricted funds have a sponsor/grantor/donor (federal, state,
local government, etc). The funds are restricted by the sponsor/grantor/donor. Everything else is unrestricted.

Category                                     Unrestricted Funds                             Restricted Funds
Supply and printing budget                                                           1800
Equipment replacement and repair budget                                              2347
Professional Development                                                                0
Work-study funding                                                                      0
Additional Budget Items                                                               568

Is the funding for these areas adequate?     no


If not, describe the impact of unaddressed needs on your discipline or program.

We are requesting a work-study position for the 20011-2012 accademic year. Presently the Student House Project provides funding

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                                                      5. Learning Resource Center Resources

Is the level of resources provided by the Library (Learning Resource Center) adequate?

yes

If No, Complete the following:

Library Needs Not Covered by Current Library Holdings[1] Needed by the Unit over and above what is currently
provided. These needs will be communicated to the Library. Additional Forms are available at the end of this document

List Library Needs for Academic Year
Please list/summarize the needs of your unit on your campus below. Please be as specific and as brief as possible. Place
items on list in order (rank) or importance.
     1                            Restore subscriptions to Fine Woodworking and Journal of Light Construction.
                      These periodicals are used in our courses for student assignments and student research. They are currently
                    unfunded,
      Reason: a requirement for and the issues are not up to date.
           As                   external accreditation (ATMAE), students in Res. Const. are required to research current periodicals, write an
      2                                               abstract, and make a presentation to the class.
      Reason:
      3
      Reason:
      4
      Reason:
      5
      Reason:
      6
      Reason:

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                                                     6. Faculty

Table 6.01 – Faculty Load Distribution by semester




Is additional Faculty Needed?



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a.Describe the status of any approved, but unfilled full-time positions.

none


b. If you are requesting a Full-Time Faculty position, fill out the current faculty position request form and attach it to this document.


c. If your Associate Faculty needs are not being met, describe your efforts to recruit Associate faculty and/or describe barriers or
limitations that prevent retaining or recruiting Associate Faculty

none

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                                                            7. Staff Resources

Complete the Classified Staff Employment Grid below (please list full- and part-time staff). This does not include faculty, managers,
or administration positions. If a staff position is shared with other areas/disciplines, estimate the fraction of their workload dedicated
to your area. (To add additional rows to this table, press Tab when the cursor is in the far right-hand cell)


                                                     Staff Employed in the Program
Assignment (e.g., Math,    Full-time (classified) staff Part-time staff (give    Gains over Prior Year           Losses over Prior Year
English)                   (give number)                   number)                                               (give reason: retirement,
                                                                                                                 reassignment, health,
                                                                                                                 etc.)
Construction Technology                              0.35                        0.5                         0                               0


Do you need more full-time of part-time classified staff?No

If yes, fill out the current staff request form (to be provided by Administrative Services)




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                               10. Student Services Resources

Are the following Student Services Resources adequate to support your Program?

Admissions & Records    Yes                 EOPS                 Yes
Counseling              Yes                 CalWORKS             Yes
Financial Aid           Yes                 Residence            Yes
Career Services         Yes                 Upward Bound         Yes
DSPS                    Yes                 Student Conduct      Yes

1. Describe how Student Services Resources availability impacts this program.

Jennifer Knight provides counseling services to our students. Keep up the good work!

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                                             11. Learning Outcomes Assessment Update

Program and Course Learning Outcomes

Refer to the assessment analysis forms that track discipline meetings held to summarize and discuss SLO assessment. Use that information to
complete the following table for each SLO and/or PLO analyzed during the previous academic year.


                          Course SLO Measured:
                          Or PLO Measured :
Describe assessment       The student built house serves as the evaluation instrument for our program level goals in Residential
tool/ assignments         construction and Cabinetmaking.
faculty/staff used to
measure the SLO or
PLO.
Summarize the overall     Great! The final product and all it takes to build a new home sold on the open market, is the measure of our
results of your           SLO's & PLO's.
department, including
performance data if
applicable.
How will your
department address the
needs and issues that
were revealed by your
assessment?
List the TOP 3 TO 6
actions/changes faculty
judge will most improve
student learning

Provide a timeline for
implementation of your
top priorities.




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                          Course SLO Measured:
                          Or PLO Measured :
Describe assessment
tool/ assignments
faculty/staff used to
measure the SLO or
PLO.
Summarize the overall
results of your
department, including
performance data if
applicable.
How will your
department address the
needs and issues that
were revealed by your
assessment?
List the TOP 3 TO 6
actions/changes faculty
judge will most improve
student learning

Provide a timeline for
implementation of your
top priorities.




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                          Course SLO Measured:
                          Or PLO Measured :
Describe assessment
tool/ assignments
faculty/staff used to
measure the SLO or
PLO.
Summarize the overall
results of your
department, including
performance data if
applicable.
How will your
department address the
needs and issues that
were revealed by your
assessment?
List the TOP 3 TO 6
actions/changes faculty
judge will most improve
student learning

Provide a timeline for
implementation of your
top priorities.




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                          Course SLO Measured:
                          Or PLO Measured :
Describe assessment
tool/ assignments
faculty/staff used to
measure the SLO or
PLO.
Summarize the overall
results of your
department, including
performance data if
applicable.
How will your
department address the
needs and issues that
were revealed by your
assessment?
List the TOP 3 TO 6
actions/changes faculty
judge will most improve
student learning

Provide a timeline for
implementation of your
top priorities.




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                          Course SLO Measured:
                          Or PLO Measured :
Describe assessment
tool/ assignments
faculty/staff used to
measure the SLO or
PLO.
Summarize the overall
results of your
department, including
performance data if
applicable.
How will your
department address the
needs and issues that
were revealed by your
assessment?
List the TOP 3 TO 6
actions/changes faculty
judge will most improve
student learning

Provide a timeline for
implementation of your
top priorities.




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                          Course SLO Measured:
                          Or PLO Measured :
Describe assessment
tool/ assignments
faculty/staff used to
measure the SLO or
PLO.
Summarize the overall
results of your
department, including
performance data if
applicable.
How will your
department address the
needs and issues that
were revealed by your
assessment?
List the TOP 3 TO 6
actions/changes faculty
judge will most improve
student learning

Provide a timeline for
implementation of your
top priorities.



Indicate where learning outcome assessment forms (Course-Discipline, Course-Section) are archived (e.g, Division Office, Dean’s
Office). This is required to provide accreditation documentation of the District’s assessment activities.

These form are archived in AT 109.

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                                                        12. Curriculum Update

Identify curricular revisions and innovations undertaken
a. in the last year.
1 new course added:                                                                               CT 25

b. planned for the coming year.
Curricular changes to CT 25. Update CT 95, 95L, & 96.

c. Complete the grid below. The course outline status report can be located at:
http://www.redwoods.edu/District/IR/Reports/Curriculum/Curriculum_Course_Outlines.htm
(To add additional rows to this table, press Tab when the cursor is in the far right-hand cell)

Course                      Year Course Outline Last Year Next Update
                            Updated                  Expected




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CT 21A                CT
21B                CT 25
CT 50                 CT
55                 CT 56    2009
CT 57A                CT    2009                2010 2014                  2014
57B                CT       2009                     2015                  2014
57C                CT       2009                2001 2014
57D                CT 70    2007                     2006
CT 72                       2007                     2012
CT 78 A               CT    2008                2008 2012                  2013
78B                CT       2007                2010 2013                  2012
78C                CT       2008                2008 2015                  2013
78D                CT 80    2008                     2013                  2013
CT 81                 CT    2008                2008 2013
90                  CT 91   2008                2008 2013                  2013
CT 95                 CT    2008                2001 2013                  2013
95L                CT 96    2001                2001 2006                  2006
CT 152                      2009                     2006                  2014



If the proposed course outlines updates from last year’s annual update (or comprehensive review) were not completed, please explain
why.
Note: The courses listed above are for Residential Construction and Cabinetmaking only.



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                                                               13. Action Plans

List any action plans submitted since your last annual update. Describe the status of the plans. If they were approved, describe how
they have improved your area.

No new ones. Old & never approved - Spray booth with ventilated waterfall recovery system has been dead for over five years and repeated
requests to repair/replace go unanswered.




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                                                         14. Goals and Plans

Address either iterm (a. or b.) in the section below

a. If you have undergone a comprehensive review, attach your Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) and address progress made on the plan
and list any new plans that have been developed (using a new QIP form).
   QIP Attached


Residential Construction and Cabinetmaking had no QIP.

b. If you do not have a QIP, refer to the goals and plans from your previous annual update.
For each goal and/or plan, comment on the current status of reaching that goal and/or completing the plan.




List any new goals and plans your area has for the coming year, and indicate how they are aligned with the goals/objectives in CR’s
Strategic Plan. (CR’s strategic plan is located on the web at http://inside.redwoods.edu/StrategicPlanning/strategicplan.asp).

We have a nationally recognized and accredited (ATMAE) program. Although we review our programs on a regular basis we currently

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Program / Department:
8. Needs Addendum

             Indicate new needs that have arisen since the last program review and provide an update on the status of needs addressed in the last program review.
            Please be as specific and as brief as possible. Some items may not have a cost per se, but reflect the need to spend current staff time differently. Please indicate
            the level of importance for your request and highlight how each request relates to the following:
                           - Student Learning Outcomes
                           - The CR Strategic Plan

            List and Update Additional Requests for Academic Year :                                                       Request
                                                                                                                                                Annual TCO*
                                                                                                             Importance              Cost per      Number     Total Cost  PRC
Request #                                                                                                                  Status
                                                                                                                                      item        Requested   of Request Approval
            Request Type                               Description and Details

    1       Reason:
            Outcome:

    2       Reason:
            Outcome:

    3       Reason:
            Outcome:

    4       Reason:
            Outcome:

    5       Reason:
            Outcome:

    6       Reason:
            Outcome:

    7       Reason:
            Outcome:

    8       Reason:
            Outcome:

    9       Reason:
            Outcome:




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Program / Department:
8. Needs Addendum

             Indicate new needs that have arisen since the last program review and provide an update on the status of
            Please be as specific and as brief as possible. Some items may not have a cost per se, but reflect the need to spend current staff time differently. Please indicate
            the level of importance for your request and highlight how each request relates to the following:
                           -
                           -
                            Exp01      Exp02      Exp03      Exp04      Exp05     Exp06      Exp07      Exp08      Exp09     Exp10      Exp11
            List and Update Additional Requests for Academic Year :
                              These Columns are customized to address specific information relating to certain types of requests. If additional
Request #
                                        headings do not appear for your request item, you do not need to fill out these columns.
            Request Type

    1       Reason:
            Outcome:

    2       Reason:
            Outcome:

    3       Reason:
            Outcome:

    4       Reason:
            Outcome:

    5       Reason:
            Outcome:

    6       Reason:
            Outcome:

    7       Reason:
            Outcome:

    8       Reason:
            Outcome:

    9       Reason:
            Outcome:




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Program / Department:
8. Needs Addendum

             Indicate new needs that have arisen since the last program review and provide an update on the status of needs addressed in the last program review.
            Please be as specific and as brief as possible. Some items may not have a cost per se, but reflect the need to spend current staff time differently. Please indicate
            the level of importance for your request and highlight how each request relates to the following:
                           - Student Learning Outcomes
                           - The CR Strategic Plan

            List and Update Additional Requests for Academic Year :                                                       Request
                                                                                                                                                Annual TCO*
                                                                                                             Importance              Cost per      Number     Total Cost  PRC
Request #                                                                                                                  Status
                                                                                                                                      item        Requested   of Request Approval
            Request Type                               Description and Details

   1
   10       Reason:
            Outcome:

   11       Reason:
            Outcome:

   12       Reason:
            Outcome:

   13       Reason:
            Outcome:

   14       Reason:
            Outcome:

   15       Reason:
            Outcome:

   16       Reason:
            Outcome:

   17       Reason:
            Outcome:

   18       Reason:
            Outcome:

   19       Reason:
            Outcome:

   20       Reason:
            Outcome:




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Program / Department:
8. Needs Addendum

             Indicate new needs that have arisen since the last program review and provide an update on the status of
            Please be as specific and as brief as possible. Some items may not have a cost per se, but reflect the need to spend current staff time differently. Please indicate
            the level of importance for your request and highlight how each request relates to the following:
                           -
                           -
                            Exp01      Exp02      Exp03      Exp04      Exp05     Exp06      Exp07      Exp08      Exp09     Exp10      Exp11
            List and Update Additional Requests for Academic Year :
                              These Columns are customized to address specific information relating to certain types of requests. If additional
Request #
                                        headings do not appear for your request item, you do not need to fill out these columns.
            Request Type

   1
   10       Reason:
            Outcome:

   11       Reason:
            Outcome:

   12       Reason:
            Outcome:

   13       Reason:
            Outcome:

   14       Reason:
            Outcome:

   15       Reason:
            Outcome:

   16       Reason:
            Outcome:

   17       Reason:
            Outcome:

   18       Reason:
            Outcome:

   19       Reason:
            Outcome:

   20       Reason:
            Outcome:




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                                      District Data Tables
Table 2.01 Enrollments




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2.02 Course Success Rates




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Table 2.03 Course Retention Rate




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Table 2.04 English and Mathematics Basic Skills Data for Course Success (F2005-F2008)




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Table 6.01 – Faculty Load Distribution by semester




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