Career Based Intervention Program Overview Understanding CBI Education by delontewest


									Career Based Intervention
   Program Overview
  Understanding CBI Education

Career Based Intervention office staff
• Cherie Richards, Program Coordinator
   (216) 932-2048 or (216) 323-3903

Virtual Schoolhouse
                Career Based Intervention Goals

   Career Based Intervention (CBI) programs help students with
     barriers to career and academic success improve academic
 competencies, graduate from high school, develop employability
skills, implement a career plan, and participate in a career pathway
       in preparation for postsecondary education and careers.
   CBI programs provide combined educational and work-based
  learning opportunities for students in grades 7 through 12 who
demonstrate academic and/or social maturity difficulties in school.
     The number of years a student spends in a CBI program is
 determined locally by the program design and individual student
 needs. The following seven key principals are intended to guide
   CBI program design and delivery to best meet student needs.
Career Based Intervention
• Career Based Intervention is a career – technical
  education program designed for students:
• Ages 12 – 21 in grades 7 – 12
• Are identified as disadvantaged
• Academically, economically or both, and have barriers
  to achieving academic and career success.

The number of years a student spends in CBI is
  determined by the local program design and individual
  student needs.

The CBI programs are recommended to have a minimum
  of 15 students and a maximum of 25 students per
What Programs VSH will use…
  • Career Connections – A single
      period of the CBI model.
  •   Example:
      –   OWA and OWE are CBI models that can
         be used
      1. Only paid work-based learning
      2. Former class hours rules (now 120 hours
         minimum) or specific grouping.
      – WECEP – Work Experience and Career
         Exploration Program is a federal program
         and the CBI designation for 14 and 15
         year students in a paid work- based
         learning experience program.
Non paid Work experience
  • Job shadowing
  • Career exploration
  • Internships
  • Short-term field experiences
  • Volunteering at non-profit
    community agencies
  • Mentoring
  • Service learning
Work Experience and Career
Exploration Program (WECEP)
• Students 14 – 15 years of age are granted up to 3 hours
    on a school day for employment.
•   23 hours during the school week
•   Anytime during school hours
•   Under WECEP variances granted by the Dept. of Labor
    Wage and hour Administration that permit employment
    of WECEP participants in otherwise prohibited activities
    and occupations.

Career Based Intervention Related instruction must be based on
  the Core Integrated Technical and Academic Competencies
(ITACs) with academic intervention and work- based learning.
Academic credit classes must use established academic courses
                          of study.
What are ITACS
• Integrated Technical and Academic Competencies. Career Based
  Intervention (CBI) uses the core ITACS which consists of:
• - 6 strands with 51 competencies that represent what all career-
  technical individuals need to know and be able to do to be
  successful in further education, in a career, and in life.

                                         Solving Problems
                                         Thinking Skillfully

                                                                Communicating Effectively

                    Managing Resources

         Planning & Managing a Career                             Applying Technology

                                          Working Responsibly
  The Key Principles of CBI
  • Students who are at risk of dropping out of school bring with them special
       circumstances and issues that require monitoring to assure that they are included in
       the vision and mission of Career Based Intervention
  •    There are seven key principles of CBI that summarize the programs conditions for

7 Principles             Conditions                                                  Summary

                             School climate, environmental, peer and family risk         Comprehensive response to risk
Higher Expectations
                                                                        factors                                factors.
                                                                                       Access to technology Accelerating
Common Curriculum                            Getting conditions right for learning
                                                                                                     academic progress.
                                                                                             Learning and teaching styles
Authentic Learning           Students are not engaged in instructional strategies
                                                                                                  Quality, engaging work.
                                                                                          Staff knowledge of student and
Supportive Structures                                  Staff and family cohesion
                                                                                                         family services.
                                                                                              Involvement of caring adults
Sense of Belonging                    At risk students need a sense of belonging     Flexible in delivery & assessments of
                            Measuring expected outcomes and both internal and               Advisory group representation
Continuous Improvement       external contributions (community, business, family      Relationships between staff at each
                                                                  stakeholders)                                     level.
                                                                                       Based on student need that is tied
Student Identification                               Establish admission criteria    in to program services and expected
Disadvantage Student
• Economically

    • Family Income
     is at or below the national poverty level (appendix A).
    • Parent or guardian
     unemployed or receiving public assistance.

    • Student is eligible for free lunch

    • Participant is institutionalized or under state
Disadvantage Student
  • Academically

      • Reading and or writing skills
       deficiencies are at or below grade levels
      • Math skills
       deficiencies are at or below grade levels
      • Low Standardized Test Scores
      • Fail grade level
      • Fail to attain minimal academic
Academic Intervention or
   • Academic instruction is needed to
     assist students:
   • Complete standardized testing
   • With class work in other academic
   • Obtain study skills
   • Obtain appropriate behavioral
Required CBI Program
  All CBI programs contain 3

  1. ITAC instruction (as a course of
  2. Academic intervention or instruction
  3. Work based learning (paid, non-
     paid or a combination.
Example of CBI Model (Based on teachers
schedule)            1. Career Connections
  • Single Period Model
                                     2. Career Connections
                                     3. Conference
                                     4. Career Connections
  LUNCH period will be between 4th
     and 5th period.
                                     5. Career Connections
                                     6. Coordination
  Each class meets one period
     that totals a minimum of        7. Career Connections
     120 hours for the year.

  Each class is a separate set of
     students and the work –
     based activities MUST be
     within a single period of
     instruction time.

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