Direct Current Lab Safety - SkillsCommons Large File Makeover Example

Lab. This material was extracted from a course zip file also located in SkillsCommons to illustrate the Large File Makeover process. See the "Derivative Work from Other's Material" field below to view the original submission.
Date:
2014
Primary Material Type:
Tutorial
Institution:
Spokane Community College
Project Name:
Air Washington
TAACCCT Round:
1

Industry / Occupation

Industry Sector:
Manufacturing -- Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing -- Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing (3345)
Occupation:
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations -- Avionics Technicians(49-2091)

Education / Instructional Information

Instructional Program:
Engineering Technologies/Technicians (15)
Credit Type:
  • Credit
Credential Type:
  • Certificate
Educational Level of Materials:
  • 1st year Community College or equivalent
Interactivity Type:
Mix of Active and Presentation
Quality Note:
The eleven community and technical college partners in Air Washington are each regionally accredited, independent, state-supported colleges. Programs offered by accredited colleges complete a lengthy internal development and approval process with faculty committees reviewing each course. New technical courses and programs also receive input from industry advisory committees as well as the faculty and instructional leaders at the college. New programs must be submitted for further review and approval to the Veterans Administration for GI Bill eligibility, to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, and to the Federal Student Aid office for federal financial aid eligibility. Washington’s community and technical college system is also linked to state-wide oversight by the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC). Technical programs resulting in approved certificates must have approval from SBCTC to qualify for state funding. This approval requires submission of a program outline, labor market survey to insure employability of graduates, and documentation of a lengthy curriculum development process that includes input from subject matter experts: employers, workers in the occupation, and, where appropriate, organized labor. Neighboring colleges have an opportunity to review and/or protest new program additions if insufficient employment, enrollment, internship, or clinical sites exist. Graduate wage and placement rates are tracked by program through an annual matching process with the state employment security department, and the Washington Workforce Education and Training Board conducts an official review to determine eligibility for WIA funds. In the case of aerospace employment, the Workforce Board conducts an additional annual evaluation of aerospace program production, employment, and wages requested by the legislature. These lengthy processes prevent over duplication of technical programs, help insure rigor of courses, offers employers influence on program content, and provides additional feedback to colleges regarding the employment experiences of graduates. Courses were developed by a team of faculty, subject matter experts, e-learning and curriculum specialists using UDL principles and best practices for e-learning. In addition, an industry advisory committee and representatives of the Federal Aviation Administration reviewed materials and provided advice and input to enhance and update this electronics/avionics certificate program.
Quality of Subject Matter was assured by:
  • Other
Quality of Online/Hybrid Course Design assured by:
  • None
Derivative Work from Other's Materials:

https://www.skillscommons.org/handle/taaccct/398

Accessibility

Copyright / Licensing

Primary License:
Creative Commons License
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