Programming Options, Resources, and Supports for Districts

Join ODE's Office of Career-Technical Education, Ohio HI-Point Career Center, Apollo Career Center, and Upper Valley Career Center to learn more about CTE options, resources, and supports for all districts.

Target Audience: Principals, Superintendents, School Counselors, District Leadership Teams, Curriculum Directors, and interested supervisors.

Workshop Description & Overview

Date: TBD

Time: 9:00 am -2:30 pm

Location: TBD

Contact Hours: 5.0

Lunch: Provided


Overview: This workshop has been designed to provide educators in Miami, Shelby, Logan, Allen, and Hardin counties with an overview of CTE options (local, state, and via their career technical planning district), resources, and supports.

  • The afternoon will feature breakout sessions where districts in Miami, Shelby, Logan, Allen, and Hardin counties can learn more about programming, resources, and supports available through their designated career technical planning district (UVCC, Apollo CC, or Ohio HI-Point).

The following topics will be addressed during the workshop:

  1. ODE Approved Industry Credentials: Options, Funding, & Licensure Considerations
  2. Legislative Update: Career-Technical Education Deregulation Bill
  3. Historical Overview of CTE Education & Career Center Structure
  4. Parent & Community Survey Data on CTE Options
  5. Local P-3 (Personalized Professional Pathway) Pilot & Lesson Learned
  6. Essential Details for Local Programs: Advisory Boards, Student Organizations, & More
  7. Programs, Services, & Resources Available through Your Career Center (Breakout Session)

Faculty/Instructor: Emily Passias, Director, Office of Career-Technical Education; Nancy Luce, Superintendent, Upper Valley Career Center; Rick Smith, Superintendent, Ohio HI-Point; Keith Horner, Superintendent, Apollo Career Center; Jason Haak, Assistant Superintendent, Upper Valley Career Center; and Tonya Ramey, High School Director, Ohio HI-Point Career Center.

Cost/Registration Fee:

Registration Fee = $0 - **No Cost

**Cancellation Fee Applies if Cancellation Policy is not Followed - See Below

Our Cancellation Policy - Cancellations must be received by Kim Leach at Kleach@mresc.org by May 25, 2019 at 3:00 pm. Cancellations received outside of this policy will not be accepted. Attendees failing to cancel by TBD will be billed $10 (per person) to cover the cost of the meal.

Agenda At-A-Glance

8:30 am - Check-In & Networking

9:00 am - Welcome & Introductions

9:15 am - CTE 101: Background & Historical Overview - ODE

  • Career Centers & Planning Districts: Historical Overview
  • Parent & Community Survey Data
  • Future of Career Technical Education in Ohio

10:15 am - Break

10:30 am - ODE Approved Credentials: Options, Licensure, & Funding - ODE

11:10 am - Local P-3 (Personalized Professional Pathway) Pilot & Lesson Learned - Rick Smith, Ohio HI-Point

11:30 am - Legislative Update: CTE Deregulation Bill - Nancy Luce, UVCC

12:00 pm - Lunch (Provided)

12:30 pm - Career Center Breakout Sessions

Overview: Each breakout session will provide an overview of programs, services, and resources available through your career planning district.

  • Group A - Upper Valley Career Center Districts (Room: High School Media Center)
(Shelby & Miami County Districts)

  • Group B - Ohio HI-Point Career Center (Room: High School Auditorium)
(Logan & Hardin County Districts)

  • Group C - Apollo Career Center (Room: Board Room)
(Hardin County Districts)

2:30 pm - Wrap Up & Evaluation

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