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									       DACUM CHART
   JOB AND TASK ANALYSIS



       Career Preparation
      System Administrator


                Prepared by
       Dr. Carl Woloszyk, Professor
       Western Michigan University
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
           Kalamazoo, MI 49008



                 Performed by
        Dr. Katherine Manley, Professor
             Ferris State University




               March 23, 2001


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                        TURBO-DACUM ®
                A QUALITY JOB AND TASK ANALYSIS

Western Michigan University, in cooperation with Ferris State University, conducted a modified DACUM
for the job title of Michigan Vocational Administrator.

Job and Task Analysis

The purpose of a comprehensive job and task analysis is to accurately establish baseline data to improve
both the process and the product or service produced on the job through constant and continuous
improvement.

The process used is called TURBO-DACUM ® to conduct the job and task analysis. The TURBO-DACUM
® process is a computer enhanced job and task analysis process developed by Dr. Katherine Manley to
quickly and to accurately facilitate skills assessment development, curriculum design and fundamental
workplace re-engineering. The acronym DACUM = Develop A Curriculum is a Canadian developed job
analysis model. The TURBO-DACUM ® process is based on the following assumptions:

        1. Expert workers are the best source for specific job descriptions.
        2. Any occupation can be effectively described in terms of tasks.
        3. All tasks imply knowledge, skills, and attitudes, and values.

The panel, which was composed of approximately ten experienced and knowledgeable vocational
administrators and Michigan Department of Education personnel, were first given an orientation to the
TURBO-DACUM ® process. The names of the panel members who participated in the analysis are listed
on the back page of this report. This report is broken into two sections—Section 1—the Job Analysis; and
Section 2—the Task Analysis.

Section 1—The Job Analysis--DACUM Chart

The panel first reviewed a list of competencies developed by the National Center for Research in
Vocational Education at Ohio State University in 1990 and then brainstormed additional job duty areas
(such as A: Program Planning, Development and Evaluation) and tasks (such as Task A1—Develop local
plans for Career Preparation Systems (CPS)) under each duty area. These duties and tasks were hand-
written on 4” x 6” index cards and displayed on the wall of the room. The final job analysis resulted in 11
duties and 51 tasks.


Section 2—The Task Analysis

The task analysis portion of the TURBO-DACUM ® process began with an original list of 166
competencies from the original DACUM coded to the original task list. As each task was reviewed,
competency statements under each task were edited, modified, and expanded to include a more up-to-
date list of competencies. This portion of the job analysis was completed by entering the competencies
into a computer using a spreadsheet . At this time the computer was connected to a project display
device to allow the panel members to view the input of the content.

The panel members verbally provided the facilitators with the competencies necessary to accomplish the
task including all rational physical and decision steps.




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         Section One
The Job Analysis--DACUM Chart




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Career Preparation System Administrator
DACUM Chart



A.           PROGRAM PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION
        1    Develop local plans for Career Preparation Systems (CPS)
        2    Develop and seek approval for a new funded, state-approved program
        3    Direct program evaluation
        4    Develop and implement tech prep plans
        5    Develop and implement regional Perkins Plan
        6    Develop Career Preparation System (CPS) plan
        7    Participate in risk management activities


B.           INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGEMENT
        8    Direct curriculum development (including Career Pathways)
        9    Guide the development and improvement of instruction
        10   Manage the development of master schedule
        11   Coordinate schedules and student transportation
        12   Plan for and implement instructional technology
        13   Align and maintain curriculum to standards and licensing requirements
        14   Coordinate alignment (articulation) between secondary and postsecondary


C.           STUDENT SERVICES
        15   Manage student recruitment and admissions
        16   Provide systematic guidance services
        17   Maintain school discipline
        18   Establish a student placement service and coordinate follow-up studies
        19   Provide incentives for implementation of student organization
        20   Implement classroom management systems
        21   Plan and establish student services for special populations
        22   Create a crisis management and security program


D.           PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
        23   Select and recruit school personnel
        24   Supervise CPS personnel
        25   Evaluate staff performance
        26   Manage school personnel policies and procedures
        27   Provide mentoring system for new teachers and staff
        28   Create planned program for professional staff




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E.        PROFESSIONAL AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT
     29   Appraise the personnel development needs of CTE teachers
     30   Provide and schedule staff development program
     31   Plan for your professional development
     32   Participate in academic administrative organizations
     33   Participate in MDE and OCTP activities


F.        SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONS
     34   Organize and work with a local and regional CPS program advisory committee
     35   Promote the CPS Program
     36   Involve the Community in CPS
     37   Participate in governmental and community agencies
     38   Remain current in legislation activities


G.        FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT
     39   Provide building and equipment for CPS
     40   Manage CTE buildings and equipment
     41   Manage the purchase of equipment, supplies and insurance
     42   Manage technology


H.        BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
     43   Prepare CPS budgets
     44   Identify financial resources for CPS
     45   Develop applications and grant proposals for funding CPS


I.        ORGANIZATIONAL IMPROVEMENT
     46   Use information resources to help improve CPS programs
     47   Collect data for decision making
     48   Coordinate NCA and school improvement activities


J.        INTEGRATE ACADEMIC AND CTE
     49   Create needs assessment of student academic deficiencies
     50   Work with academic teachers in developing contextual activities


K.        RECORDKEEPING
     51   Coordinate recordkeeping with local, state and districts




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  Section Two
The Task Analysis




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Career Preparation System Administrator
Duties, Tasks, and Steps

A.           PROGRAM PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION
     1       Develop local plans for Career Preparation Systems (CPS)
         a   Survey student and parent interests
         b   Collect and analyze manpower needs assessment data
         c   Direct occupational task analysis for use in curriculum development
         d   Direct the identification of entry-level requirements for jobs
         e   Involve community representatives in program planning and development
         f   Obtain state and federal services and resources for program development
         g   Cooperate with district, county, regional, and state agencies in developing and operating CTE
             programs
         h   Prepare annual program plans
         i   Prepare and update long-range program goals
         j   Develop overall CTE program goals
         k   Coordinate district curriculum development efforts
         l   Approve courses of study
         m   Establish school admission and graduation requirements
         n   Recommend program policies to the administration and board
         o   Implement local board and administrative policies


     2     Develop and seek approval for a new funded, state-approved program
         a Create a letter of intent
           **get list




     3       Direct program evaluation
         a   Develop plans for evaluating instructional programs
         b   Direct self-evaluation of the district CTE programs
         c   Involve external evaluation personnel in assessing program effectiveness
         d   Design and select instruments for evaluating the instructional program
         e   Evaluate the effectiveness of instructional program
         f   Initiate student and employer follow-up studies; analyze data
         g   Recommend curriculum revisions based on evaluation data
         h   Analyze student testing and grading data and procedures
         i   Prepare for state or federal compliance visits such as OCR and MIOSHA
         j   Prepare for program evaluation such as NATEF




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4     Develop and implement tech prep plans
    a Coordinate curriculum with community colleges and other educational agencies
    b Organize meetings between instructors at all levels
    c Align/develop curriculum
    d Create and update articulation plans
    e Facilitate dual enrollment of students in tech prep programs
    f Develop promotional activities (such as informing counselors, create promotional materials for
      students, etc.)
    g Collect data on student enrollment in tech prep


5     Develop and implement regional Perkins Plan
    a Create regional plan
      --servicing special needs
      --program improvement plans
      --evaluation and assessment
      --gender equity
      --counseling
      --promotions
      --secure sign offs of all involved (EAG, LEA)
    b Align plan across region for permissible and required
    c Document progress on performance indicators across all students K-12
      --placement
      --MEAP scores

6     Develop Career Preparation System (CPS) plan
    a Coordinate the development of the CPS plan
    b Comply with performance indicators of the EDP and Career Pathways (and two other optional
      sources)
    c Generate gap analysis
    d Integrate and maintain academic staff involvement
    e Align with environmental scan data of WFDB
    f Participate with the EAG leadership team
    g Complete yearly evaluation and generate new action plans
    h Follow cross-walk to avoid duplication of services
    i Generate action plans and time lines
    j Evaluate completion of the action plans


7       Participate in risk management activities
    a   Participate in issuing student work permits
    b   Work with legal professionals in resolving real and potential legal problems
    c   Participate in inservices regarding employment issues and work-based learning
    d   Participate in state standards (such as fire marshall, MIOSHA, etc.)
    e   Comply with licensing requirements (day care, cosmetology, electricians, etc.)
    f   Create district and building safety plans
    g   Work with agencies such as police, hospitals, emergency, toxic spills, etc.
    h   Create emergency action plans




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B.            INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGEMENT
     8        Direct curriculum development (including Career Pathways)
          a   Establish instructional program entry and completion requirements
          b   Design and oversee student progress reporting procedures
          c   Establish and implement a curriculum design that will achieve the school's instruction goals
          d   Guide staff in integrating and articulating the CTE program with the total educational program
          e   Prepare and update long-range program goals
          f   Coordinate district curriculum development efforts
          g   Guide development of supplemental/remedial instructional program to meet student needs
          h   Facilitate the development of instructional management system
          i   Facilitate the development of career pathway curriculum


     9      Guide the development and improvement of instruction
          a Guide staff in selecting and using effective instructional strategies (such as cooperative
            learning, individualized instruction)
          b Promote the integration of CTE student organizational activities into the instructional program
          c Provide for work-based learning programs (including cooperative ed, apprenticeship, etc.)
          d Provide for supplemental/remedial instructional programs
          e Provide for adult/continuing education programs
          f Guide the articulation of secondary and postsecondary CTE program objectives
          g Approve selection of instructional equipment, materials and technology
          h Maintain a learning resources center for students
          i Coordinate local demonstration, pilot, research and exemplary programs
          j Interpret and use research results for program development and improvement
          k Analyze the school's and community's feelings toward educational change
          l Provide mentoring services and work-based learning activities for teachers


     10       Manage the development of master schedule
          a   Oversee the development of a master schedule of course offerings
          b   Coordinate calendar with local districts
          c   Align personnel with master schedule
          d   Identify linkage between master schedule and funding sources


     11     Coordinate schedules and student transportation
          a Coordinate student transportation including transportation of special populations
          b Identify risk management issues regarding student transportation
          c Identify risk management regarding special event transportation (field trips, cooperative ed, etc.)




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12       Plan for and implement instructional technology
     a   Inservice staff on the use of instructional technology
     b   Accommodate building for technology
     c   Maintain interactive classrooms
     d   Develop system for interactive delivery of content
     e   Integrate technology into the curriculum
     f   Interface building with district and regional networks
     g   Align with district and local technology plans
     h   Provide support services for implementing technology
     i   Develop and implement a plan for replacement and depreciation of technology
     j   Maintain security and virus protection for building technology




13     Align and maintain curriculum to standards and licensing requirements
     a Provide teachers with up-to-date information/inservice on national skills standards and
       certification
     b Align career pathways curriculum to the Michigan Curriculum Frameworks
     c Facilitate the development of a system document student achievement of standards completion
       assessment
     d Facilitate the process for acquiring and maintaining program certification (such as CENA,
       NATEF )
     e Identify program licensing requirements and facilitate program licensure


14     Coordinate alignment (articulation) between secondary and postsecondary
     a Coordinate meetings between secondary and postsecondary faculties to discuss and create
       articulation agreements and curriculum
     b Identify opportunities for articulation
     c Promote articulation arrangements to students, local districts, counselors
     d Conduct research to identify potential and confirm transferability of credit
     e Coordinate meetings with high school faculty and CTE center
     f Note: postsecondary implies public and private institutions
     g Identify legal contract of articulation agreements
     h Coordinate dual enrollment policy development and implementation
     i Coordinate meetings that provide for academic content taught in CTE courses
     j Coordinate meetings to have universities acknowledge credit




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C.            STUDENT SERVICES
     15       Manage student recruitment and admissions
          a   Design, develop, and oversee student outreach and recruitment activities and policies
          b   Design, develop and oversee school admission policies and services
          c   Identify issues that impact the retention of students; create policies
          d   Assess incoming students for aptitude and interest; recommend student to appropriate program
          e   Diagnose student academic strengths and weaknesses
          f   Oversee delivery of student services


     16       Provide systematic guidance services
          a   Design, develop and oversee student guidance and testing services
          b   Design, develop and oversee student job placement and follow-up services
          c   Provide for a student record-keeping system
          d   Interpret and apply student rights, laws, and regulations
          e   Provide method for updating EDP on students; confirm annual updating
          f   Refer students to intervention services


     17     Maintain school discipline
          a Establish student rules and policies (such as attendance and discipline)
          b Provide orientation to students and parents on rules and regulations
          c Enforce student rules and policies


     18       Establish a student placement service and coordinate follow-up studies
          a   Provide for student referral for work-based learning activities
          b   Maintain database for students and employers on work-based learning experiences
          c   Initiate student and employer follow-up studies; analyze data
          d   Implement work-based learning program
          e   Implement annual and long range follow-up students
          f   Confirm development of training agreements with employers
          g   Recruit employers for work-based learning experiences
          h   Inservice faculty and counselors on work-based learning


     19       Provide incentives for implementation of student organization
          a   Identify potential student organizations
          b   Encourage instructors to participate in student organization activities
          c   Complete application for student organizations
          d   Identify funding resources for student organizations
          e   Approve student organization fund-raising activities and competitions
          f   Provide information to integrate student organization activities with curriculum




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20     Implement classroom management systems
     a Provide inservice to teachers and staff on various methods
       --Glasser
       --Assertive Discipline
       --character education
       --team building and ROPES course
     b Provide safety training
     c Provide leadership activities
     d Provide inservice to teachers for managing laboratory, budgets, and inventory
     e Coordinate and participate in managing and auditing school-based enterprises


21     Plan and establish student services for special populations
     a Hire, provide training and supervise para-professionals for special populations
     b Participate in IEPC's
     c Collect and maintain records on special population students
     d Confirm accuracy of data
     e Provide special accommodations (including physical and emotional needs) of special
       populations
     f Meet with parents and counselors of special needs students
     g Identify legal issues related to special populations (ADA, 504, etc.)

22       Create a crisis management and security program
     a   Conduct survey/audit of land and building
     b   Develop a plan; adopt and implement
     c   Update plan annually
     d   Coordinate plan with community-based agencies
         --law enforcement
         --fire department
         --prosecuting attorney
     e   Create procedure for zero-tolerance
     f   Participate in the development and implement for the prevention of all types of harassment
     g   Provide inservice on crisis management and security programs
     h   Provide training for universal precautions




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D.            PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
     23       Select and recruit school personnel
          a   Prepare job descriptions
          b   Establish staff selection and recruitment procedures
          c   Recruit and interview potential staff
          d   Recommend potential staff to the administration and board
          e   Interpret the staff benefits programs
          f   Participate in teacher recruitment fairs
          g   Inservice staff on interviewing procedures
          h   Identify legal and illegal issues related to hiring procedures
          i   Verify criminal background checks on potential employees
          j   Verify legality of hiring including citizenship
          j   Confirm and assist in teacher and professional certification/authorization and licensure
          e   Interpret and apply affirmative action laws and regulations




     24       Supervise CPS personnel
          a   Counsel and advise staff on professional matters
          b   Schedule staff work loads
          c   Oversee the work of teachers and other school personnel
          d   Prepare bulletins and other communications designed to keep staff informed
          e   Plan and conduct staff meetings
          f   Conduct orientation programs for students and staff
          g   Coordinate mentoring for new teachers and staff


     25       Evaluate staff performance
          a   Observe and evaluate staff performance; recommend action plans for improvement
          b   Provide guidance to the staff in legal matters affecting the school program
          c   Interpret and apply licensing and certification regulations
          d   Interpret and apply labor laws and regulations
          e   Conduct recognition programs for students, staff and community supporters
          f   Implement progressive discipline policies and procedures
          g   Recommend non-renewal and termination policies and procedures


     26       Manage school personnel policies and procedures
          a   Prepare and recommend personnel policies
          b   Prepare and maintain a personnel handbook
          c   Assess program staffing requirements
          d   Participate in negotiating staff working agreements
          e   Establish and implement staff grievance procedures
          f   Schedule staff leaves, vacations and sabbaticals
          g   Provide for a staff record-keeping system
          h   Provide for substitute teachers
          i   Comply with contracted compensation time, overtime, etc. of staff




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27       Provide mentoring system for new teachers and staff
     a   Select mentors for new teachers and staff
     b   Develop mentoring guidelines and content
     c   Track and verify activities
     d   Provide training for mentors
     e   Comply with school code regarding mentoring
     f   Provide orientation for mentees
     g   Work with universities in assisting in mentoring regulations
     h   Discuss union contracts with new teachers and staff


28     Create planned program for professional staff
     a Confirm that teachers have a planned program for teacher certification
     b Police teachers regarding certification regulations
     c Comply with MI school code regarding non-tenured faculty achieving tenure




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E.            PROFESSIONAL AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT
     29       Appraise the personnel development needs of CTE teachers
          a   Assess staff development needs
          b   Counsel staff regarding personnel development needs and activities
          c   Analyze the IDPs of teachers
          d   Comply with school code tenure policy and procedures

     30       Provide and schedule staff development program
          a   Establish and maintain a staff learning resource center
          b   Conduct workshops and other inservice programs for professional personnel
          c   Arrange for workshops and other inservice programs for professional personnel
          d   Provide for inservice programs for supportive personnel
          e   Provide for preservice programs for professional personnel
          f   Arrange for staff exchanges with business and industry
          g   Evaluate staff development programs
          h   Arrange for substitute teachers
          i   Create team culture
          j   Create and attend recreational activities with staff

     31     Plan for your professional development
          a Maintain ethical standards expected of a professional educator
          b Develop and maintain professional relationships with other administrators
          c Develop and maintain professional relationships with state agencies, such as MDE, MDCD and
            Treasury
          d Develop and maintain relationships with personnel in professional organizations
          e Participate in professional organizations and meetings
          f Promote professional image through personal appearance and conduct
          g Assist with the development of state and/or federal plans for CTE education
          h Participate in the development of CTE education legislation
          i Prepare policy and commendation statements
          j Represent teacher interests and concerns to other administrators and the board
          k Develop effective interpersonal skills
          l Read and use information from professional journals, reports and related materials for self-
            improvement
          m Apply management techniques to personal work assignments
          n Develop cooperative problem-solving and decision-making skills
          o Assess personal performance as an administrator
          p Coordinate linkages with postsecondary institutions for updates


     32       Participate in academic administrative organizations
          a   Identify academic professional organizations for administrators (MASA, ASCD)
          b   Maintain membership and participate in committees
          c   Present CTE issues to academic organizations
          d   Co-sponsor activities with other organizations




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33       Participate in MDE and OCTP activities
     a   Attend regional and state meetings
     b   Attend new administrator inservice
     c   Participate in planning and advisory committees
     d   Write and read grants
     e   Solicit answers from personnel
     f   Read and respond to correspondence from MDE and OCTP




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F.            SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONS
     34       Organize and work with a local and regional CPS program advisory committee
          a   Facilitate organization and use of program advisory committees
          b   Develop working relationships with employers and agencies
          c   Participate in school organizations
          d   Identify potential members for advisory committees; recommend appointing members
          e   Schedule, conduct, and take minutes of advisory committees
          f   Act on advisory committee recommendations
          g   Organize and conduct recognition activities for advisory committee members

     35       Promote the CPS Program
          a   Develop, implement and evaluate a plan for promoting good public relations
          b   Create and implement marketing plan
          c   Meet and confer with visitors
          d   Conduct informational programs for the public (such as open house and career awareness
              programs)
          e   Make public presentations on school programs and activities
          f   Plan for exhibits and displays
          g   Develop materials to promote the CTE program
          h   Write news releases for school and area media
          i   Promote good relationships between CTE and general education staff
          j   Obtain and analyze informal feedback about the school
          l   Present data to appropriate organizations (boards of education, etc.)

     36       Involve the Community in CPS
          a   Involve community leaders (political and nonpolitical) in school programs and activities
          b   Conduct public hearings and meetings on school issues
          c   Participate in parent-teacher conferences
          d   Conduct open-house
          e   Coordinate teacher internships in business
          f   Approve student teachers to work in districts

     37       Participate in governmental and community agencies
          a   Prepare and recommend cooperative agreements with other agencies
          b   Promote good relationships between CTE and general education staff
          c   Encourage staff participation in community civic, service and social organizations
          d   Interpret and apply public "right-to-know" laws and regulations
          e   Develop partnerships with Jr. Achievement, etc.
          f   Participate and work with One Stop Center (Michigan Works Agencies)

     38       Remain current in legislation activities
          a   Participate and remain knowledgeable of EAG of the WIB
          b   Participate in Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Corporation, Focus Council, etc.
          c   Participate in work-force development board activities
          d   Read legislative updates




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G.            FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT
     39       Provide building and equipment for CPS
          a   Assess the need for physical facilities
          b   Conduct land and facility feasibility studies
          c   Recommend building sites
          d   Recommend the selection of an architect; oversee architectural planning
          e   Submit building and equipment specifications
          f   Analyze building and equipment contract bids
          g   Recommend acceptance of new buildings
          h   Procure major equipment and furnishings
          i   Plan space requirements for programs


     40       Manage CTE buildings and equipment
          a   Assign space according to priority needs
          b   Develop and implement an equipment and supply inventory system
          c   Establish preventative maintenance program for equipment and facilities
          d   Interpret and apply health and safety laws and regulations
          e   Develop and implement safety programs
          f   Establish emergency plans (such as fire and disaster)
          g   Establish and oversee a security program
          h   Schedule and oversee community's use of facilities
          i   Manage custodial and maintenance personnel


     41       Manage the purchase of equipment, supplies and insurance
          a   Develop long-range building and equipment plans
          b   Prepare and submit renovation and alteration plans
          c   Maintain inventory of supplies and equipment
          d   Identify funding sources
          e   Comply with policies and procedures for donated equipment and getting rid of equipment
          f   Comply with salvage policies and procedures (auctions, selling, etc.)


     42       Manage technology
          a   Develop and implement a technology plan
          b   Identify maintenance schedule and capital replacement features
          c   Provide adequate support for building technology
          d   Create specifications on equipment
          e   Provide inservice on technology




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H.          BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
     43     Prepare CPS budgets
          a Prepare and recommend business policies
          b Comply with purchasing and payment procedures
          c Comply with receiving and shipping procedures
          d Prepare and regulate operational, capital improvement and program budgets
          e Prepare long-range budgets based on total program requirements
          f Adopt an appropriate financial accounting system
          g Respond to business correspondence
          h Prepare data for local, state and federal reports




     44     Identify financial resources for CPS
          a Analyze the cost of operating various instructional programs
          b Locate sources of funds for program development and operation
          c Approve all major expenditures
          d Approve all requisitions and work orders
          e Determine insurance coverage needs
          f Comply with added cost policies and procedures
          g Comply with Perkins financial regulations



     45     Develop applications and grant proposals for funding CPS
          a Write proposals for the funding of new programs and the improvement of existing programs
          b Interpret and apply state and/or federal CTE education legislation
          c Interpret and apply other relevant state and federal legislation (such as WIA)
          d Close out contracts
          e Collect data and write final reports (fiscal and narrative)
          f Identify sources for potential funding (Federal Register, Federal Contracts and Grant Weekly,
            etc.)




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I.          ORGANIZATIONAL IMPROVEMENT
     46     Use information resources to help improve CPS programs
          a Coordinate local demonstration, pilot and exemplary programs
          b Design and oversee local research studies; interpret and use results
          c Monitor environmental scans report
          d Monitor on-line resources (including MCCTE)




     47     Collect data for decision making
          a Collect VEDS data
          b Create annual consumer report
          c Verify endorsed diploma status
          d Collect placement data for program decisions
          e Coordinate CTE annual follow-up
          f Compile enrollment data (annual and long-range)
          g Create yearly comparison information



     48     Coordinate NCA and school improvement activities
          a Comply with NCA policies and regulations
          b Create NCA goals/transitions and monitor progress toward meeting them
          c Create and supervise school improvement team activities
          d Empower teachers to make improvements
          e Create action plans




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J.          INTEGRATE ACADEMIC AND CTE
     49     Create needs assessment of student academic deficiencies
          a Develop and implement curriculum
          b Assess and revise curriculum
          c Develop baseline data of academic achievement of students; monitor student progress
          d Hire and train staff in assessment (certified and non-certified)
          e Partner with academic institutions



     50     Work with academic teachers in developing contextual activities
          a Provide support for CTE teachers to participate in academic integration teams
          b Participate in Making Connections workshops and activities
          c Provide support to teachers for attending applied academic workshops (i.e., CORD, Analyze
            and Apply, etc.)




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K.          RECORDKEEPING
     51     Coordinate recordkeeping with local, state and districts
          a Verify endorsed diplomas
          b Collect and verify enrollment and attendance data
          c Coordinate data collection for state, federal reporting
          d Participate in graduation audits of students
          e Verify eligibility and attainment of goals of students; report data as appropriate
          f Verify placement data for local districts
          g Participate in financial audits; comply with requests
          h Comply with state and federal policies and regulations regarding recordkeeping
          i Confirm skill certification for specific certification programs (such as cosmetology, etc.)
          j Maintain files on student skills assessment for appropriate period of time
          k Provide resume services for students
          l Manage and update web site information
          m Maintain records of minutes of advisory and faculty committees
          n Collect and submit OCR data requests
          o Collect and maintain EAG records
          p Maintain training plans and training agreements
          r Maintain contracts




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DACUM PERFORMED FOR        Dr. Carl Woloszyk, Professor
                           Western Michigan University


JOB TITLE ANALYZED         Career Preparation System
                           Administrator


                           WMU Lansing Regional Center
DACUM LOCATION             6015 West St. Joseph Highway
                           Lansing, MI 48917



DACUM FACILITATOR          Dr. Katherine (Kitty) Manley
                           Professor
                           College of Education and Human
                           Services
                           Ferris State University
                           Big Rapids, MI 49307



DACUM PANEL                Karen Pohja, MDCD
                           Cliff Akujobi, MDCD
                           Eva Coffee, MDCD
                           Stan Evers, Calhoun Area Technical
                           Center
                           Marilouise Hagenberg, Southwest MI
                           Community College
                           John Olson, Genessee ISD
                           Fred Stanley, St. Clair ISD
                           Michael Pung, Mt. Pleasant ISD



DACUM DATE                 March 23, 2001

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