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HE and CTE/VET competence orientation in curricula. Short-Cycle Higher Education Programs in the USA and in Europe Herman den Heeten / Andrew Cox. Herman den Heeten. Self employed consultant in the field of Business processes Higher Education

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He and cte vet competence orientation in curricula

HE and CTE/VET competence orientation in curricula

Short-Cycle Higher Education Programs in the USA

and in Europe

Herman den Heeten / Andrew Cox


Herman den heeten
Herman den Heeten

  • Self employed consultant in the field of

    • Business processes

    • Higher Education

  • Independent research on success factors for Associate degree completion

[email protected]


Andrew cox
Andrew Cox

  • Director of Campus Outreach and Student Affairs – Cuyahoga Community College, Westshore Campus

  • University of Toledo, Doctoral candidate

    • Research interests include higher education and workforce policy

[email protected]



Community colleges defined
Community Colleges Defined

  • Any institution regionally accredited to award the associates degree in arts or the associates in science as its highest degree (60 credit hours)

  • Functions include:

    • academic transfer to four year institutions,

    • vocational and technical training

    • continuing education, developmental/remedial education

    • community service

    • life-long learning

      Cohen and Brawer, 2008.


SCHE in the

Netherlands


General labor market requirements
General Labor market requirements

  • Educational programs based on competencies (knowledge, attitude and skills) for:

    • Starters on the middle skill job level

    • Workers who are able to make the next step to that middle skill job level

  • A formal degree that match with the required level

  • Training workers for “middle skill” jobs (jobs that do not require a bachelor degree

  • Middle skill jobs comprsie 21% of the all jobs in the U.S. and pay between $35,000 and over $75,000 a year

    Georgetown Center on Educaton and the Workforce, January 2013


The road to an associate degree
The road to an Associate degree

Workforcerequirements

curriculum

Throughput time

Students wishes


Curriculum development
Curriculum development

Why and towards what goals ?

The road

How organized?

curriculum

What content?

Throughput time


Case from both sides
Case from both sides

Matching of HE and labor market requirements

WHY, WHAT and HOW


Cte meets vet
CTE meets VET

Integration of the certification assessment for financial advisors and the Ad-program financial services management at the University of applied sciences Amsterdam

Partnership between Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) and Arcelor Mittal


Associate degree program for jobs in the financial world on the middle skill level

  • Two-year program, 120 ects

  • Four semesters,

  • Three days at work in a financial environment

  • Two days education at the Amsterdam UAS


Register financial advisors
Register Financial Advisors the middle skill level

Certificate for financial advisors on the middle skill level. (EQF 5)

  • Portfolio

  • Multidisciplinary assignment

  • Assessment

Carrier Training and experience


Integration
Integration the middle skill level

Semester 1 – 3

Higher VET

  • Portfolio

  • Multidisciplinary assignment

  • Assessment

Carrier Training and experience

=

Competence based


Local 979 the middle skill level

  • Steelworker for the Future provides graduates with three important things:

    • Career-focused education and training

    • Pay while earning a degree

    • Enhanced employability upon graduation

  • While affiliated with ArcelorMittal, the program is designed to provide individuals with skills and experience desired by manufacturers

  • Steelworker for the Future addresses a critical workforce development need for ArcelorMittal while strengthening American manufacturing as a whole.


    Nationwide Success: the middle skill level

    Launched as a pilot program in June 2008 in partnership with Ivy Tech Community College (IN) and Prairie State College (IL).

    Approximately 160 students are enrolled in the Northwest Indiana programs and 18 graduates are now ArcelorMittal employees.

    Currently available in the following U.S. locations:

    IL - Prairie State College

    IN - Ivy Tech Community College and Purdue North Central

    OH - Cuyahoga Community College, Eastern Gateway Community College, Lakeland Community College,

    PA - Montgomery County Community College, Penn State Harrisburg and Penn State York

    WV - West Virginia Northern Community College

    Local 979


    Local 979 the middle skill level


    ? the middle skill level


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