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  1. OUR WORKKEYS & KEYTRAIN SUCCESS STORY Canadian Valley Technology Center – Chickasha Campus Getting our students WORK READY!

  2. Meet Our StaffKEYS CENTERGay Pettit – Coordinator Bette Henderson – Tutor, Building 200Sandra McKnight – Tutor, Building 400

  3. ASSESSMENT CENTER • Peggy Castleberry - Coordinator • Donita Marshall – Testing Administrator

  4. CVTC Mission Statement “We prepare people to succeed through quality career and technical education programs and services.”

  5. Why do we use WorkKeys & KeyTrain? Industry wants a skilled workforce! And…. It delivers!

  6. #1 Rule…. SELL IT TO THE STUDENTS!

  7. Explain what the WorkKeys Test is and why students need their CRC.

  8. Make the testing environment less stressful

  9. Compare scores with program goals and remediate with KeyTrain if nessesary

  10. Reward Student Success

  11. Why Pretest with WorkKeys? When a student enrolls at CVTC “Pre-testing” in WorkKeys allows students who are capable of scoring at or above their program goals to “test-out” of remediation in the KEYS Center. Yes, this costs CVTC more money but saves our students valuable class time if they perform at level and reduces the number of tests a student has to take.

  12. Total Percentages by Program

  13. How did we get to that 96%? • Never underestimating the role of the tutor

  14. Keeping instructors informed using monthly progress reports to instructors.

  15. Making student successes a BIG deal!

  16. Factors that effect overall percentage of students at goal level in a program: • Open entry /Open exit, people come and people go…the numbers are always changing. • IEP students may be exempt or have adjusted program goals. Many IEP students become part of the class percentage!

  17. What will 2011 bring??? We are already on a roll! By the end of the first semester we are already at 81%!

  18. Canadian Valley Technology Center Gay Pettit – KEYS Center Coordinator 1401 Michigan Ave Chickasha, OK 73018 405-222-7574 dpettit@cvtech.edu