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Advisory Committee for Tomorrow. Challenges In Meeting The Needs of : Business Industry Health. Presenters. Meryl Sussman Dean, Business and Services Gene Wagner Dean, Occupational and Vocational Education Lauren Sharp Associate Dean, Health and Public Services Tom Roesing

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    1. Advisory Committee for Tomorrow Challenges In Meeting The Needs of : Business Industry Health

    2. Presenters Meryl Sussman Dean, Business and Services Gene Wagner Dean, Occupational and Vocational Education Lauren Sharp Associate Dean, Health and Public Services Tom Roesing Associate Dean, Technology

    3. Responding To District Workforce Needs Certificates/Degrees (August 7, 2001) Workforce Options Business and Professional Institute Continuing Education (July 24, 2001) (Sept. 4, 2001)

    4. Listening To Our Constituency Labor Market Information Advisory Committees Community Requests Business and Industry Request Faculty

    5. Who Are Our Students? Emerging Workforce TechPrep and Education-To-Careers Individuals upgrading skills 33% are between 25-55 yrs 69% take one course per quarter 73% do not plan to graduate Individuals retraining for new positions 24% already have a degree

    6. What Are Students And Employers Requesting? Introductory Skills Advanced Level Skills Upgraded Skills To Use New Technology Certification and Licensure in Health Professions Re-certification or CEU’s State-Of-Art Labs and Equipment Convenient Scheduling

    7. Program Evaluation Program Review Accreditation of Programs Completion Rates Labor Market Information Advisory Committees Student Follow-up Studies Job Placement Salary Rates Satisfaction Passing Rates On: Licensure Exams Certification Exams

    8. Programs Business Accounting Interior Design Business Library Technical Assistant Business Law Management Computer Information Systems Marketing/Retailing Criminal Justice Office Information Technology Facility Management Ornamental Horticulture Fashion Design Real Estate Food Service Administration Transportation Hotel Management Travel and Tourism

    9. Programs Industry Advertising, Design and Illustration Architecture Automotive Computer Aided Drafting Digital Microprocessor Technology Electro-Mechanical Technology Electronics Graphic Arts Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Manufacturing Mecomtronics Multimedia Arts Photography Welding

    10. Programs Health and Public Services Addictions Counseling Medical Billing and Coding Certified Nursing Assistant Medical Transcription Dental Hygiene Nuclear Medicine Technology Diagnostic Medical Imaging Nursing (ADN) Sonography (Ultrasound) Occupational Therapy Assistant Early Childhood Education Paramedic and Care Phlebotomy Eating Disorders Physical Therapist Assistant Emergency Medical Radiologic Technology Technician Respiratory Care Fire Science Speech Language Pathology Health Information Assistant Technology Surgical Technology Human Services Therapeutic Massage

    11. Programs Business Accounting Interior Design Business Library Technical Assistant Business Law Management Computer Information Systems Marketing/Retailing Criminal Justice Office Information Technology Facility Management Ornamental Horticulture Fashion Design Real Estate Food Service Administration Transportation Hotel Management Travel and Tourism

    12. Recent Program Highlights Accounting: Success of CPA Exam Candidates Illinois CPA Society Educator Of The Year Culinary Arts: Escoffier Dining Room and Hotel Lab Business: New E-Commerce Certificate Library Technical Assistant: Grant For Statewide Online Delivery

    13. Recent Program Highlights Interior Design: NKBA Endorsement Underway Office Technology: M.O.U.S. Certification Prep Courses CIS: New Courses In Web Development, JAVA, WIN2000, Netware 5.1

    14. Current Major Trends Growth of Technology In All Areas Workforce Technology Training Or Upskilling Career Switching Periodic Course Takers Industry Credentials Or Proficiency Exams

    15. Changing Landscape Computer Labs Classrooms Ergonomically Safe Labs Systems Need To Be Faster, More Powerful To Serve Many Programs Additional Space To Serve Increased Enrollments Technology To Support Student Success

    16. Some Demands We Cannot Meet Dedicated Unix Lab Teaching Oracle Database New Software For Logistics 3-D Studio For Interior Design Hiring Qualified Faculty Open Lab Time Providing Technology In General Purpose Classrooms

    17. Technology Program Groups Visual Communications Service Programs Manufacturing/Industrial

    18. Visual Communications • Advertising/Design Graphic Arts • Multimedia Arts Photography • Commonly Linked By: • Subject: • Pre-Press, Press, Digital Imaging • Web Design, Animation And Advertising • Software: • QuarkXPress 4, Illustrator 9.0, • Photoshop 6.0, Dreamweaver 4.0, Flash 5.0 • and Fireworks 4.0

    19. Service Trades • Architecture • Construction Trades • Design Programs • Automotive • OBD II • IM 240 • Heating/AC/Refrigeration • DDC Systems

    20. Manufacturing/Industrial • CADD Digital Microprocessor Tech • Elect-Mechanical Electronics • Manufacturing Mecomtronics • Welding • CADD/CAM/CIM • Predictive Maintenance • Quality Control/SPC • CCNA, CCNP, and A+ Certifications • Universal Technician Skill Set • Programs have an increased emphasis on • Math, Science, and Communications

    21. Programs Health and Public Services Addictions Counseling Medical Billing and Coding Certified Nursing Assistant Medical Transcription Dental Hygiene Nuclear Medicine Technology Diagnostic Medical Imaging Nursing (ADN) Sonography (Ultrasound) Occupational Therapy Assistant Early Childhood Education Paramedic and Care Phlebotomy Eating Disorders Physical Therapist Assistant Emergency Medical Radiologic Technology Technician Respiratory Care Fire Science Speech Language Pathology Health Information Assistant Technology Surgical Technology Human Services Therapeutic Massage

    22. Oversight By Accrediting Agencies Program Accreditation Mandates: Curriculum Faculty Qualifications Adequate classrooms, laboratories Clinical Affiliations Faculty to Student Ratios Nursing 10:1 Dental Hygiene 6:1 Student Outcomes Board Pass Rates Employment In Field All Programs Accredited Board Pass Rates Exceed State and National Averages

    23. Health Program Issues Shortages Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound) Nuclear Medicine Radiology Nursing Dental Hygiene Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA)

    24. Health Program Issues (Cont’d) • Inadequate Space For Program Growth • Ultrasound, Radiology, And Nuclear Medicine • Share A Lab • New Facility For Dental Hygiene • Rented Space For Surgical Technology • And Phlebotomy • Inadequate Community Space For CNA • Increased Volume And Complexity Of Technology • Difficult To Attract Specialized Faculty

    25. Dedicated Laboratories Serving Single Programs • Specialized Technology Serving A Single Program • Culinary Arts Kitchens/Dining Room • Ornamental Horticulture Greenhouses • Fashion Design Workrooms • Photography Studios • Graphic Arts Studios • Automotive Shop • Manufacturing Lab • Imaging Labs • Nursing Labs • Physical Therapy Lab • Employers Expect Our Facilities To Meet Current • Industry Standards • Dedicated Labs Remove Space For General Purpose • Classrooms (i.e. English, Speech, Math)

    26. Integrating Computer Technology • Technology As The Subject • CISCO, CAD/CAM, CIS, OFTI • Technology As A Job Skill • Accounting, Interior Design, Travel and Tourism, • Graphic Arts, Architecture • Ultrasound and Nuclear Medicine • Technology As A Teaching And Learning Tool • Internet Searches, Online Course Delivery, • Simulations, Tutoring, Classroom Delivery

    27. Computer Technology Challenges Exponential Growth In Users And Applications Competition Among Programs For Limited Space Computer Labs Need More Space Per Student And Environmental Changes Complex Applications Require More Powerful, Faster Systems Flexible Multi Use Labs Need Powerful Systems

    28. Recruiting Qualified Faculty Seek Both Academic Credentials and Industry Experience Offer Competitive Salaries Maintain Appropriate Ratio of Full-Time to Part-Time Faculty Program Development Student Advising College-Wide Initiatives

    29. Help Us Plan For The Next 10 Years Changing Our Program Mix New Programs Revamping Programs Expanding Programs Space/Facilities/Equipment Expanding Programs New Programs Faculty Hiring Qualified Faculty Staff Development