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 Application Number                                          Date                                        2011 - 2012

CTE-26
Application for Preliminary Approval of Secondary Career-Technical Workforce Development (WFD) Programs
(except Vocational Job Training Coordinators - 990371). Final approval is contingent upon submission of accurate
EMIS data and course offerings that meet established guidelines for Career-Technical programming.


Application Deadline: June 1, 2011

         Check One:                 New Program                     Transition to Tech                   Renewal of Existing
                                                                           Prep                              Tech Prep
An approved Program of Study with all signatures must be attached to this application. Use one form for each
program requested. All CTE Workforce Development programs/pathways must be a minimum of 450 hours of
instruction.

I. School District Information
         District IRN                             County                         CTPD #

                          Check if Community School

           School District Name

       Building IRN                      Building Name
           (Location of Building)

      Contact Person                                                   Title

               E-mail

                Phone                         Extension                 Fax

             Address

                  City                                                 State     Ohio              Zip

II. Program Information (use drop-down boxes for career field, career pathway, specializations {if applicable} and NEW
two-digit CTE Program Code.)
        Career Field

     Career Pathway

       Specialization                                                               Total CTE Hours in Pathway
        (If applicable)                                                        (Must be a minimum of 450 hours)

       NEW Two-digit CTE Program Code

III. Tech Prep Consortium Information
      Consortium ID                               Consortium Name

 Consortium Director                                                  Phone                              Extension

           E-mail                                                                                 Fax
IV. Request for Career-Technical Program Approval
Complete the chart below. List only those courses for which your district is requesting Career-Technical Workforce
Development approval for FY 2012.
Subject Code: Enter the subject code number for each course in the program for which approval is requested in FY 2012.
Refer to Appendix C of the EMIS Manual or the information sheets located on the career field web site for subject code. All
numbers will be a six-digit format.
Subject Name: Enter the subject name corresponding to the subject code.

Curriculum Code: Enter the curriculum code for the course being offered. Refer to the EMIS Manuel for curriculum codes.

Total Hours: Enter the total course hours for FY 2012 academic year for each subject code.
 Subject                                                                                  Curriculum                Total
                                           Subject Name
  Code                                                                                      Code                    Hours




V. Required Signatures (Must include signature of CTPD Superintendent)
           The information contained in this application is current and accurate and all CTE assurances listed in
           Section VI will be adhered to.


                       Printed/Typed Name of School District Superintendent



                            Signature of School District Superintendent                                        Date



           Printed/Typed Name of CTPD Superintendent/Community School Sponsor



                  Signature of CTPD Superintendent/Community School Sponsor                                    Date

           Mail ONE (1) copy of completed application and                      Ohio Department of Education
           Program of Study and Assurances with signatures                     Office of Career-Technical Education
           to:                                                                 25 South Front Street, Mail Stop 608
                                                                               Columbus, OH 43215-4183
VI. CTE-26 Assurances
Program approval is contingent upon complying with the following assurances.
       1. The program uses a state approved program of study. Perkins IV, Title II, Sec. 203.(c)3A
       2. Coursework includes articulated credit that is directly related to the secondary program of study/postsecondary
          career fields. Postsecondary credit is transcripted no later than following the conclusion of the academic term in
          which the student has met the postsecondary residency requirements. Perkins IV, Title II, Sec. 203.(c)1; (c)3B
       3. An appropriate Ohio Technical Competency Assessment and/or business/industry-recognized credential is offered.
          Perkins IV, Title II, Sec. 203.1 (c)2; (c)3
       4. A college ready assessment, as determined by a primary receiving postsecondary institution, is offered.
          Perkins IV, Title II, Sec. 203.7
       5. Technical and academic courses offerings in state-approved programs/pathways shall do the following:
          (1) Address the state board of education approved career field technical content standards (education.ohio.gov),
          including at a minimum, all competencies identified by business and industry as essential; and/or accrediting
          association and/or licensing agency standards where applicable. OAC 3301-61-03(B)1
          (2) Reinforce Ohio's state board of education approved academic content standards (education.ohio.gov) in
          mathematics, English language arts, science, and social studies. OAC 3301-61-03(B)2
          (3) Provide multiple measures to assess student attainment of academic and technical content standards
          (education.ohio.gov), including, but not limited to state board of education approved technical assessments,
          assessments for state recognized national credentialing/certifications where applicable and accrediting association
          and/or licensing agency examinations where applicable. OAC 3301-61-03(B)3
          (4) Meet all state and federal requirements with regard to access, non-discrimination and meeting of performance
          expectations for special populations, including preparation for careers in industry sectors requiring technical
          expertise. OAC 3301-61-03(B)4
          (5) Technical and academic course offerings must be designed in an Ohio State Department of Education approved
          sequence of courses/program of study that meets state approved graduation requirements (education.ohio.gov),
          creates an educational pathway for at least grades nine through twelve, and identifies postsecondary and
          employment options. OAC 3301-61-04(B)5
       6. Courses of study must be current according to a locally approved cycle and based on career field technical content
          standards (education.ohio.gov); accrediting association and/or licensing agency standards where applicable; and
          Ohio's academic content standards (education.ohio.gov). OAC 3301-61-03(E)
       7. Workforce development advisory committees reflecting career fields and authorized by local boards of education
          shall engage business/industry and postsecondary representatives and utilized input from professional associations,
          labor, government, and community. Advisory committees shall identify new and emerging careers; advise current
          programs on curriculum, assessment, work-based learning, facilities and equipment; and engage educators to
          improve and expand programs. OAC 3301-61-03(F)
       8. Facilities and equipment shall support instruction of the technical and academic content standards
          (education.ohio.gov) and reflect current and emerging technology in the career field. OAC 3301-61-03(G)
       9. All districts receiving state weighted funds shall annually report performance data that includes student academic
          attainment in mathematics and English language arts, technical skill attainment, placement, graduation rates,
          postsecondary credit, and, if available, industry certificate or license. Data shall be reviewed as part of the program
          renewal processes. OAC 3301-61-03(H)
      10. Career-technical additional weighted cost funds shall only be expended on costs associated with the delivery of
          career-technical programming to career-technical students for which the school district provides enrollment,
          performance and fiscal data to the Ohio Department of Education. OAC 3301-61-16(B)
      11. Program complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,
          Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and Individuals with Disabilities
          Education Improvement Act (IDEA) Amendments of 2004, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and all applicable
          minor labor laws.
      12. The program is in compliance with the guidelines of other state agencies as appropriate (e.g., Ohio Board of Nursing,
          Ohio State Board of Cosmetology, Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Department of Public Safety, State of Ohio
          Office of the Attorney General).
      13. Students in this program will have access to a career-technical student organization.
                Career Field


Agricultural & Environmental Systems (AGE)
Arts & Communications (ARC)
Business & Administrative Services (BAS)
Construction Technologies (CNT)
Education & Training (EDT)
Engineering & Science Technologies (EST)
Financial Services (FIN)
Government & Public Administration (GPA)
Health Science (HEA)
Hospitality & Tourism (HAT)
Human Services (HUS)
Information Technology (ITT)
Law & Public Safety (LPS)
Manufacturing Technologies (MFT)
Marketing (MKT)
Transportation Systems (TRS)
                                 Pathways



(AGE) AGRICULTURE & ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS CAREER FIELD
                                     Agribusiness & Production Systems

                                                    Agriculture & Industrial Power
                                                   Animal Science & Management
                                   Biotechnology for Food, Plant & Animal Science
                                                      Food Science & Technology
                                                                      Horticulture
                                                    Natural Resource Management

(ARC) ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS CAREER FIELD
                                                           Media Arts Occupations
                                                      Performing Arts Occupations
                                                          Visual Design & Imaging

(BAS) BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CAREER FIELD
                                      Administrative & Professional Support
                                                      Business Management
                                             Legal Management & Support
                                          Medical Management & Support

(CNT) CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES CAREER FIELD
                                            Construction Management
                                                         Construction
                                           Construction Design - Build

(EDT) EDUCATION & TRAINING
                                                       Early Childhood Education
                                                             Teaching Professions

(EST) ENGINEERING& SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES
                                                             Engineering Science
                                                          Engineering Technology
                                                                 Science Pathway
(FIN) FINANCIAL SERVICES
                                                                      Accounting
                                                                Financial Services

(GPA) GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
                                    Government & Public Administration

(HEA) HEALTH SCIENCE
                                      Biomedical Research & Development (R&D)
                                                   Clinical Health Career Services
                                          Health Information Management Service
                                                          Health Support Pathway

(HAT) HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
                                               Culinary & Food Service Operations
                                                        Lodging & Travel Services

(HUS) HUMAN SERVICES
                                           Family & Community Services
                                                      Personal Services

(ITT) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                          Information Support & Services
                                                       Interactive Media
                                                       Network Systems
                                   Programming & Software Development
(LPS) LAW & PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                      Criminal Justice
                               Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic
                                                          Fire Science
                                                     Forensic Science
                                                         Law Pathway


(MFT) MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES
                                   Manufacturing Design & Development
                                              Manufacturing Operations
                                              Manufacturing Production
(MKT) MARKETING
                                                       Entrepreneurship
                                               High School of Business
                                             Marketing Communications
                                                Marketing Management
                                             Supply Chain Management
(TRS) TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
                                                     Air Transportation
                                                  Ground Transportation
                                                  Maritime Occupations
                    Specialization(s)



CONSTRUCTION
                                 Brick, Block & Cement Masonry
                                Building & Property Maintenance
                                             Building Technology
                                                        Carpentry
                                               Custodial Services
                                                 Electrical Trades
                             Environmental Controls Technologies
                                    Heavy Equipment Operations
                                     Interior Design Applications
                                           Plumbing & Pipefitting
                                       Wood Product Technology


CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
                                          Construction Management

SCIENCE
                                        (PLTW) Biomedical Science
                                                  Energy Science

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
                                           Engineering Technology
                                              Power Transmission
                                              Telecommunications

(PLTW) ENGINEERING SCIENCE
                                           (PLTW) Aerospace
                          (PLTW) Biotechnology & Engineering
                       (PLTW) Civil Engineering & Architecture
                   (PLTW) Computational Science & Engineering
                     (PLTW) Computer Integrated Manufacturing
                                 (PLTW) Engineering Science
                                (PLTW) Fuel Cell Technology
                          (PLTW) Materials Joining Technology
CLINICAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
                                          Community Health Aide
                                                  Dental Assistant
                                    Dental Laboratory Technology
                                              Diagnostic Pathway
                 Exercise Science/Sports & Recreation Health Care
                                          Health Support Pathway
                                                     Home Health
                                               Massage Therapist
                                                Medical Assistant
                                                  Nurse Assistant
                                          Optometric Occupations
                                          Patient Care Technician
                                            Pharmacy Technician
                                                      Phlebotomy
                                                   Practical Nurse
                                             Surgical Technology
                                              Therapeutic Pathway
HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
                     Health Information Management Services
                                      Health Unit Coordinator

HEALTH SUPPORT PATHWAY
                                           Health Support Pathway
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT (R&D)
                             Biotechnology Health Science
                            Medical Laboratory Technology
PERSONAL SERVICES
                                                        Barbering
                                                      Cosmetology


CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                                   Private Security
                                                   Criminal Justice
FORENSIC SCIENCE
                                    Criminal Science Technologies
FIRE SCIENCE
                                               Firefighter Training
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-PARAMEDIC
                    Emergency Medical Technician-Secondary
LAW PATHWAY
                                Career Paths for the Law Profession
MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION
                                            Automation & Robotics
                                                        Electronics
                                   Integrated Systems Technologies
                                               Precision Machining
                                               Welding and Cutting
MANUFACTURING DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
                       Manufacturing Design and Development
MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS
                                        Manufacturing Operations
                                       Manufacturing Occupations
AIR TRANSPORTATION
                                             Aircraft Maintenance
                                             Aviation Occupations
                                               Ground Operations
GROUND TRANSPORTATION
                                           Auto Collision Repair
                                             Auto Specialization
                                               Auto Technology
                                  Medium/Heavy Truck Technician
                                    Power Equipment Technology
CTE Program Codes



A0 - Agribusiness & Production Systems
A1 - Agricultural & Industrial Power Technology
A2 - Animal Science & Management
A3 - Biotechnology for Food, Plant & Animal
A4 - Food Science & Technology
A5 - Horticulture
A6 - Natural Resource Management
B0 - Media Arts
B1 - Performing Arts
B2 - Visual Design & Imaging
C0 - Administrative & Professional Support
C1 - Business Management
C2 - Legal Management & Support
C3 - Medical Management & Support
D0 - Brick, Block & Cement Masonry
D1 - Building & Property Maintenance
D2 - Building Technology
D3 - Carpentry
D4 - Construction Design - Build
D5 - Construction - Management
D6 - Custodial Services
D7 - Electrical Trade
D8 - Environmental Control Technologies
D9 - Heavy Equipment Operations (Construction)
DA - Interior Design Applications
DB - Plumbing & Pipefitting
DC - Wood Product Technologies
E0 - Early Childhood Education
E1 - Teaching Professions
F0 - Biomedical Science - PLTW
F1 - Energy Science
F2 - Engineering Science
F3 - Engineering Technology
F4 - Power Transmissions
F5 - Telecommunications
G0 - Accounting
G1 - Financial Services
H0 - Government & Public Administration
J0 - Biotechnology
J1 - Clinical Health Care Services
J2 - Community Health Aide
J3 - Dental Assistant
J4 - Dental Lab Technology
J5 - Diagnostic Pathway
J6 - Exercise Science/Sports & Recreation Healthcare
J7 - Health Information Management Services
J8 - Health Support Pathway
J9 - Health Unit Coordinator
JA - Home Health
JB - Medical Assistant
JC - Medical Lab Technology
JD - Nurse Assisting
JE - Optometric Occupations
JF - Patient Care Technician
JG - Pharmacy Technician
JH - Phlebotomy
JJ - Practical Nursing
JK - Surgical Technology
JL - Therapeutic Pathway
L0 - Culinary & Food Service Operations
L1 - Lodging & Travel Services
M0 - Barbering
M1 - Cosmetology
M2 - Family & Community Services
M3 - Vocational Job Training
N0 - Information Support & Services
N1 - Interactive Media
N2 - Network Systems
N3 - Programming & Software Development

P0 - Career Paths for the Law Profession
P1 - Criminal Justice
P2 - Criminal Science Technologies
P3 - Emergency Medical Technician - Secondary
P4 - Firefighter Training
P5 - Private Security
R0 - Automation & Robotics
R1 - Electronics
R2 - Integrated System Technologies
R3 - Manufacturing Design & Development
R4 - Manufacturing Occupations
R5 - Precision Machining
R6 - Welding & Cutting
R7 - Manufacturing Operations
S0 - Supply Chain Management
S1 - Entrepreneurship
S2 - High School of Business
S3 - Marketing Communications
S4 - Marketing Management
T0 - Aircraft Maintenance
T1 - Auto Collision Repair
T2 - Auto Specialization
T3 - Auto Technology
T4 - Aviation Occupations
T5 - Ground Operations
T6 - Maritime Occupations
T7 - Medium/Heavy Truck Technician
T8 - Power Equipment Technology
                                                            2011 - 2012 Program of Study - Secondary
              Submitted by CTPD Name:                                                                                                   CTPD Number:

 Secondary Program Information                                                                 Career Field:
       School District Name:                                                               Pathway Name:
        School District IRN:                                             Specialization Name (if applicable) :
    Building (location) Name:                                                                                EMIS Subject Code:
       Building (location) IRN:                                                    Local Program Name:

For JVSD only: specify grade level(s) and building location for associate schools component:       Grade                 School Name
         Identify the # or range of POTENTIAL college courses and credits in the career field:    Courses                  Credits

                                                        Required or Elective Academic                                                                Career and Technical
                                                          Courses and Other Courses                                                                    Education Courses
                                                                          Social                                                                  CTE              CTE
Grade        English      Code     Math       Code     Science    Code              Code          Course          Code    Course       Code               Code                 Code
                                                                          Studies                                                                Course           Course


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    Contact Person:                                                         Specify Industry Credential                              CODES (use all that apply )
                                                                            Opportunities (if applicable):
                 Title:                                                                                           RA: Required Courses             RE: Recommended Electives
                Phone:                                                                                            CT2: Eligible for CT2 Credit
               E-mail:                                                                                           *CC: College Credit Opportunities based on articulation or
   Date Completed:                                                                                                dual/concurrent enrollment agreements in career field
                          Career Field

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 10      Agricultural & Environmental Systems (AES)
9 & 10   Arts & Communications (AC)
         Business & Administrative Services (BA)
         Construction Technologies ( CT)
         Education & Training (ET)
         Engineering & Science Technologies (EST)
         Financial Services (F)
         Government & Public Administration (GPA)

         Health Science (HS)
         Hospitality & Tourism (HT)


         Human Services (HS)



         Information Technology (IT)


         Law & Public Safety (LPS)


         Manufacturing Technologies (MT)




         Marketing (M)
         Transportation Systems (TS)
(HT) HOSP




(HS) HUMA




(IT) INFOR




(LPS) LAW
(MT) MAN




(M) MARK
                                  Pathways                                                          Specialization(s)


(AES) AGRICULTURE & ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS CAREER FIELD                               CONSTRUCTION
                                          Agribusiness & Production Systems (AES)                                Brick, Block & Cement Masonry
                                              Agriculture & Industrial Power (AES)                              Building & Property Maintenance
                                              Animal Science & Management (AES)                                                Building Technology
                             Biotechnology for Food, Plant & Animial Science (AES)                                                       Carpentry
                                                Food Science & Technology (AES)                                                           Electrical
                                                               Horticulture (AES)                            Environmental Controls Technology
                                              Natrual Resource Management (AES)                                    Heavy Equipment Operations

                                                                                                                        Interior Design Applications

(AC) ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS CAREER FIELD                                                                                      Plumbing & Pipefitting


                                                                                                                         Wood Product Technology
                                                     Media Arts Occupations (AC)



                                                 Performing Arts Occupations (AC)
                                                   Visual Design & Imaging (AC) SCIENCE


                                                                                                                        (PLTW) Biomedical Science



                                                                                                                                    Energy Science
(BA) BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CAREER FIELD
                                  Administrative & Professional Support (BA)
                                                       Business Management (BA) ENGINEERING
                                                Legal Management & Support (BA)                                            Engineering Technology
                                              Medical Management & Supoort (BA)                                                Power Transmission
                                                                                                                               Telecommunications
(CT) CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES CAREER FIELD
                                                    Construction Management (CT) (PLTW) ENGINEERING SCIENCE WITH FOCUS AREAS IN:
                                                                 Construction (CT)                                    (PLTW) Aerospace
                                                     Pre-construction Design (CT)                               (PLTW) Biotechnology & Engineering
                                                                                                             (PLTW) Civil Engineering & Architecture
(ET) EDUCATION & TRAINING                                                                                (PLTW) Computational Science & Engineering
                                                  Early Childhood Education (ET)                           (PLTW) Computer Integrated Manufacturing
                                                        Teaching Professions (ET)                                      (PLTW) Fuel Cel Technology
                                                                                                                (PLTW) Materials Joining Technology
(EST) ENGINEERING& SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES
                                                   Engineering Technology (EST) CLINICAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
                                                                  Science (EST)                                              Community Health Aide
                                                                                                                                     Dental Assistant
(F) FINANCIAL SERVICES                                                                                                 Dental Laboratory Technician
                                                                  Accounting (F)                                  Emergency Medical Service (EMS)
                                                            Financial Services (F)                  Exercise Science/Sports & Recreation Health Care
                                                                                                                                  Home Health Aide
(GPA) GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION                                                                                          Massage Therapist
                                Government & Public Administration (GPA)                                                           Medical Assistant
                                                                                                                                     Nurse Assistant
(HT) HEALTH SCIENCE                                                                                                          Optometric Occupations
                                 Bioscience Research & Development (R&D) (HS)                                                Patient Care Technician
                                              Clinical Health Career Services (HS)                                             Pharmacy Technician
                                     Health Information Management Service (HS)                                                         Phlebotomist
                                                             Support Services (HS)                                                    Practical Nurse
                                                                                                                                 Surgical Technician
(HT) HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
                                  Culinary Arts & Food Service Management (HT) HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
                                                     Hospitality & Tourism (HT)                                    Health Unit Coordinator
                                                                   Lodging (HT)
                                                                                 BIOSCIENCE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT (R&D)
(HS) HUMAN SERVICES                                                                                            (PLTW) Biomedical Science
                                              Family & Community Services (HS)                                Biotechnologh Health Science
                                                          Personal Services (HS)                             Medical Laboratory Technician

(IT) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                          PERSONAL SERVICES
                                             Information Services & Support (IT)                                                          Barbering
                                                           Interactive Media (IT)                                                       Cosmetology
                                                           Network Systems (IT)
                                      Programming & Software Development (IT) CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                                                                                                                     Criminal Justice
(LPS) LAW & PUBLIC SAFETY                                                                                                            Private Security
                                                        Criminal Justice (LPS)
                                 Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (LPS) FORENSIC SCIENCE
                                                            Fire Science (LPS)                                           Criminal Science Technology
                                                      Forensic Science (LPS)
                                                         Law Pathway (LPS) FIRE SCIENCE
                                                                                                                            Firefighter
(MT) MANFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES
                                              Development & Design (MT) EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-PARAMEDIC
                                            Manufacturing Operations (MT)                                           EMT-Secondary
                                            Manufacturing Production (MT)
                                                                             LAW PATHWAY
(M) MARKETING                                                                                                          Legal Careers
                                                     Chain Management (M)
                                                       Entrepreneurship (M) MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION
                                            Marketing Communications (M)                                     Automation & Robotics
                                                Marketing Management (M)                                                 Electronics
                            Procurement, Acquistion, Logistics & Supply (M)                          Integrated Systems Technology
                                                                                                                Precision Machining
(TS) TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS                                                                                                 Welding
                                                     Air Transportation (TS)                             Wood Products Technology
                                                Ground Transportation (TS)
                                                                             AIR TRANSPORTAION
                                                                                                               Aircraft Maintenance
                                                                                                               Aviation Occupations
                                                                                                                 Ground Operations

                                                                         GROUND TRANSPORTATION
                                                                                                                  Auto Collision Repair
                                                                                                                   Auto Specialization
                                                                                                                      Auto Technology
                                                                                                                     Power Equipment
                                                    2011 - 2012 Program of Study - Postsecondary Quarters
            Postsecondary Institution: Sinclair Community College
               College Major: (if applicable )        Civil Engineering                                         College Degree: (if applicable )                       AAS
                   Specify Industry Credential Opportunities (if applicable):
                 Certificate, Adult and/or Apprenticeship Program: (if applicable )
 Secondary Program Name:                                         Secondary School Name:                                                 District Name:

         Course       Code     Course        Code      Course          Code      Course          Code     Course         Code       Course       Code     Course       Code   Course   Code
Year                          Technical
                                                          Civil
                                                                              Intro to Civil &                                                           SCC 101 (2)
       Architectural                                 Construction                                        Intro to CAD              ETD 198 (2)
  1       Drafting   RT, CC
                            Mathematics I
                                             RA      Blueprints &      RT
                                                                               Architectural
                                                                                                 RT        Concepts      RT, CC    PC Apps in    RT,CC
                                                                                                                                                           Student
                                                                                                                                                                       RA
 1st                           MAT131                                              Tech                                                                   Success
        CAT101 (3)                                  Draft - CAT121                                        ETD199 (2)               Engineering
                                   (5)                                         CAT110 (3)                                                                Experience
Qrt.                                                       (2)
Year                        Technical Math           Commercial                Residential               Properties of
       Interpersonal
  1 Communication RA                II       RA,    Constr Methods
                                                                       RT
                                                                              Const Methods
                                                                                            RT, CC
                                                                                                            Const.
                                                                                                                          RT
2nd COM206 (3)                 MAT132        OTM      & Materials              & Materials                Materials
                                   (5)               CAT106 (3)                CAT105 (4)                CAT131 (3)
Qrt.
Year Introduction to             Basic
                                                                              Adv Analytical
                                                       Technical                Tools for                Construction
  1        Revit
                       RT
                             Construction
                                             RT        Physics I
                                                                       RA,
                                                                               Engineering       RT       Estimating      RT
                                                                                                                                   CAT 145 (1) RT,CC,
3rd     Architecture          Surveying                                OTM                                                        Intro to OSHA C-TAG
                                                      PHY131 (4)              Tech ETD261                CAT216 (4)
        CAT201 (3)           CAT123 (4)
Qrt.                                                                               (2)
Year                         Engineering
                                                                               Topographic
  2 English Comp I RA,
          ENG111
                             Technology
                                 Project     RT
                                                     Introduction to
                                                       GIS & GPS       RT
                                                                               Surveying &
                                                                                                 RT
                                                                                                           Statics
                                                                                                           ETD213         RT
 1st                  OTM                                                        Geom
             (3)             Management                CAT227 (3)                                            (4)
                                                                               CAT221 (3)
Qrt.                         CAT 255 (4)
Year                                                   Ethics for
      Social Science         Subdivision              Engineering             English Comp II            Strength of               OPT 101 (3)
  2       Elective
                      RA,
                                 Design      RT      Technologies      RT        ENG112
                                                                                                 RA,
                                                                                                          Materials       RT         Intro to
2nd                   OTM                                                                        OTM
             (3)             CAT223 (4)              Professionals                  (3)                  ETD222 (4)                Operations
Qrt.                                                 ETD 121 (2)
Year                                                   Advanced                    Civil                     Civil
           Arts &           Soil Mechanics
  2     Humanities
                      RA,
                               CAT245        RT
                                                        Const.
                                                                       RT
                                                                               Architectural
                                                                                                 RT
                                                                                                         Architectural
                                                                                                                          RT
3rd                   OTM                              Surveying                Capstone                  Internship
        Elective (3)               (4)
                                                      CAT229 (3)               CAT278 (4)                CAT270 (3)
Qrt.
   Contact Person: Nick Wilson                                                                                                    CODES (use all that apply)
              Title: Interim Director - MVTPC                                                    RT: Required Technical Courses                  CT2: Eligible for CT2 Credit
             Phone: 937.512.2275                                                                 RA: Other Required Courses                      TAG: Eligible for TAG Credit
            E-mail: nick.wilson@sinclair.edu                                                     RE: Recommended Electives
POTENTIAL number or range of college credits available to secondary pathway
                                                                                                 CC: Other College Credit Opportunities (based on articulation or dual/concurrent
students upon admission:
                               Date Completed:                  1/11/2011                               enrollment agreements with partner high school)
                                                 2011 - 2012 Program of Study - Postsecondary Semesters
            Postsecondary Institution:
               College Major: (if applicable )                                                     College Degree: (if applicable )
                   Specify Industry Credential Opportunities (if applicable):
                 Certificate, Adult and/or Apprenticeship Program: (if applicable )
 Secondary Program Name:                                    Secondary School Name:                                     District Name:

         Course        Code   Course      Code     Course       Code    Course       Code     Course      Code     Course      Code     Course    Code    Course    Code

Year
  1
 1st
Sem.
Year
  1
2nd
Sem.
Year
  2
 1st
Sem.
Year
  2
2nd
Sem.
   Contact Person:                                                                                               CODES (use all that apply)
              Title:                                                                 RT: Required Technical Courses            CT2: Eligible for CT2 Credit
            Phone:                                                                   RA: Other Required Courses               TAG: Eligible for TAG Credit
            E-mail:                                                                  RE: Recommended Electives
POTENTIAL number or range of college credits available to secondary pathway
                                                                                     CC: Other College Credit Opportunities (based on articulation or dual/concurrent
students upon admission:
                                                                                            enrollment agreements with partner high school)
                        Date Completed:
                                               FY12 Program of Study Assurance Page
Program of Study approval is contingent upon complying with the following assurances in accordance with Ohio’s Perkins IV State Plan.
This program of study was developed through a collaborative effort between the Career-Technical Planning District (CTPD) and the college(s) specified below.
This POS is based on a pathway identified in one of Ohio’s Career Field Technical Content Standards.
This POS supports the requirements to earn an Ohio high school graduation diploma as specified in the Ohio CORE.
This POS identifies all required academic and technical coursework from grade 9 through the associate degree (minimally), listed by course name and
sequenced by grade level.
This POS identifies recommended academic and technical electives appropriate for the career field.
Courses identified in this POS are aligned to State academic and technical standards and, where applicable, regulatory business and industry standards.
Course descriptions for all courses identified in the POS are available.
This POS identifies articulated and/or dual enrollment/postsecondary credit opportunities as well as matriculation opportunities.
This POS identifies appropriate and obtainable industry/state credential opportunities.
In the implementation of the attached POS, strategies will be employed to assure access and success for special populations.
In the implementation of the attached POS, strategies will be employed to incorporate appropriate adult workforce education transition opportunities.
In the implementation of this attached POS, strategies will be employed to facilitate creative, innovative, artistic and/or designoriented knowledge
 and skills acquisition.


The signatures below indicate that the attached Program of Study meets the criteria specified in the Ohio State Plan for Perkins IV
REQUIRED SIGNATURES (Perkins IV Recipients)


          Printed Name of CTPD Superintendent                                     Printed Name of College President (or indicate if designee)




              Signature CTPD Superintendent                                         Signature of College President (or indicate if designee)



                      Name of CTPD                               Date                                  Name of College                           Date

ADDITIONAL SIGNATURES


 Printed Name of District Superintendent/ School Principal                             Printed Name of Tech Prep Consortium Director




    Signature of District Superintendent/School Principal        Date                    Signature of Tech Prep Consortium Director              Date

				
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