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New Advisor Training Part I: Understanding the Program. DECA Defined. Demonstrating Excellence, Celebrating Achievement Includes: Conferences  non-competitive; Power Trip & GRIT Competitions  Regionals, Provincials, Internationals Career Exploration  Pathways

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New advisor training part i understanding the program

  • New Advisor Training

  • Part I: Understanding the Program


New advisor training part i understanding the program

DECA Defined

  • Demonstrating Excellence, Celebrating Achievement

  • Includes:

    • Conferences  non-competitive; Power Trip & GRIT

    • Competitions  Regionals, Provincials, Internationals

    • Career Exploration  Pathways

    • Networking  Sponsors and students

    • Reach Ahead Opportunity (SHSM)  Funding available


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Conferences Overview

1. Power Trip: North Atlantic Region Conference

  • Washington, DC

  • Wednesday, November 19th – Sunday, November 23rd

  • Student rate: $450 (quad); Advisor rate: $600 (double)

  • Registration Due: October 3rd, 2014

    2. GRIT: Gumption, Risk, Intuition, Tenacity

  • NEW! Youth entrepreneurship program

  • GRIT shops: 4 workshops at each regional competition

  • GRIT Connections Conference: Saturday, May 23rd , Bay-Adelaide Centre

  • GRIT Camp: July 5th – 8th, TBD

  • Event registration dates will be emailed


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CompetitionOverview

RC

PC

ICDC

1. REGIONAL

2. PROVINCIAL

3. INTERNATIONAL

  • Principles Events

  • Individual Series Events

  • Team Decision Making Events

  • Regional Qualifiers

  • + Professional Selling Events

  • + Written Events

  • +Online Events

  • +GRIT Tank

  • +Leadership Development Academy

  • Provincial Qualifiers

  • +Leadership Development Academy


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Principles Events

1. RC: Preliminaries

2. PC: Regional Qualifiers

3. ICDC: Provincial Qualifiers

PBM

PFN

PHT

PMK*

  • 4 events

  • Individual competitors

  • 1st year members only

    * Grade 9 only


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Individual Series Events

1. RC: Preliminaries

2. PC: Regional Qualifiers

3. ICDC: Provincial Qualifiers

AAM

ACT

ASM

BFS

BSM

FMS

HLM

HRM

MMS

PFL

QSRM

RFSM

RMS

SEM

  • 14 events

  • Individual competitors


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Team Decision Making Events

1. RC: Preliminaries

2. PC: Regional Qualifiers

3. ICDC: Provincial Qualifiers

BLTDM

BTDM

FTDM

HTDM

MTDM

STDM

TTDM

  • 7 events

  • Team of 2


Principles individuals teams

Principles + Individuals + Teams

  • Each category refers to an industry

  • All cases have three classifications:

    • Career Clusters

      • Marketing

      • Business Management and Administration

      • Finance

      • Hospitality and Tourism

      • Typically corresponds with the type of test for the category

        • Exception: Principles Events write Business Admin. Core Exam

        • Exception: Personal Financial Literacy write Financial Literacy Exam

    • Career Pathway

      • Corresponds with indicators specific to careers relevant to the industry

    • Instructional Area

      • Corresponds with indicators specific to areas of knowledge


Principles individuals teams1

Principles + Individuals + Teams

  • Examples:

CATEGORY: Principles of Hospitality and Tourism

CAREER CLUSTER: Hospitality and Tourism

INSTRUCTIONAL AREA: Communication Skills

CATEGORY: Human Resources Management

CAREER CLUSTER: Business Management and Administration

CAREER PATHWAY: Human Resources Management

INSTRUCTIONAL AREA: Operations

CATEGORY: Business Finance Series

CAREER CLUSTER: Finance

CAREER PATHWAY: Corporate Finance

INSTRUCTIONAL AREA: Financial Analysis

CATEGORY: Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making

CAREER CLUSTER: Marketing

CAREER PATHWAY: Marketing Management

INSTRUCTIONAL AREA: Economics


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ProfessionalSelling Events

2. PC: Preliminaries

3. ICDC: Provincial Qualifiers

FCE

HTPS

PSE

  • 3 events

  • Individual competitors


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Written Events

2. PC: Preliminaries

3. ICDC: Provincial Qualifiers

Submissions: January 15th, 2015


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Online Events

Online + On-Going

3. ICDC: Qualifiers

  • Parallel to other competitive events

  • Winners recognized at Provincial Competition

  • Multiple category winners at Provincials must choose one category for Internationals


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GRIT Tank

2. PC: Preliminaries

3. ICDC: Provincial Qualifiers

  • Provincial competition only

  • 1 to 3 per team (cross-school teams permitted)

  • Prepare and submit 1-page executive summary of business venture

  • Present venture idea to a panel of judges for questioning

  • Only 3 spots to continue to international competition in one of three DECA categories: ENPI, ENPF, ENW, or ENI

    • Must develop a written venture plan based on the presented business idea to meet the criteria of these events

  • Increase chances to attend internationals: GRIT participants may also participate in a morning GRIT challenge for a chance to win 1 of 20 senior leadership spots


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CompetitionOverview

RC

PC

ICDC

1. REGIONAL

2. PROVINCIAL

3. INTERNATIONAL

  • Principles Events

  • Individual Series Events

  • Team Decision Making Events

  • Regional Qualifiers

  • + Professional Selling Events

  • + Written Events

  • +Online Events

  • +GRIT Tank

  • +Leadership Development Academy

  • Provincial Qualifiers

  • +Leadership Development Academy


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Competitive Events Information

  • Program Overview Poster

    • Reference/Reminder of all events’ requirements

  • DECA Guide

    • Photocopy specific sections for students once they choose an event

  • Deca.ca Competitive Events Listing

  • Deca.org Chapter Resources, High School


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  • New Advisor Training

  • Part II: Organizing & Training Your Chapter


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Registering a Chapter

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Understanding October 15th

ONLINE:

  • Chapter Registration Due

  • Student Registration Due

  • Regional Competition Registration Due

    MAIL:

  • One school cheque for:

    $30 chapter registration fee

    +$35 per member for membership and regional competition fee

  • Printed roster & Invoice

  • Chapter Advisor Commitment Form


Competition registration

Google Chrome

Competition Registration

3 exceptions/blanks between Individuals & Principles events per flight (3/18)

2 exceptions/blanks for Team events per flight (2/7)


Key dates

Key Dates


Staying informed

Staying Informed

  • Weekly DECA Ontario emails

    • Sent to advisors only

  • Advisor Control Panel

    • Reminders of key news items already communicated via email

  • Your Executive Team

    • They stay up-to-date via presidents’ emails and social media


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Chapter Management

  • Establishing an Executive Team

    • Interviews if necessary

    • Position titles  Hierarchical or Horizontal structure

    • Divisions: Competing Members and Non-Competing Members

  • Program of Work = Plan for the Year

    • Marketing  Promotional DVD, Dress Up days, DECA Day, buttons, posters, etc.

    • Fundraisers  SPCs, bake sales, dress down day, concerts, school store/spirit merchandise, etc.

    • Training  Organized and/or individual


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Training

  • Case Preparation

    • Practice old cases

    • Performance indicator familiarization

  • Test Preparation

    • Practice old tests

    • Glossary of terms from relevant texts

  • Mock Competition

    • Case only


Resources

Resources

  • Fall Symposium Resource USB

  • www.deca.ca

  • www.deca.org

  • http://www.glencoe.com/sites/international/teacher/businessadmin/index.html


Contacts

Contacts

Students: DECA Ontario Executive Officers

Advisors: Board of Directors

New Teacher Mentor: Vicki Moore

[email protected]

Regional Leads

Olga:Shalina:

YorkPeel

WaterlooToronto

Nor-EasternHamilton


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