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Industrial education provides specialized skills related to a variety of occupations. Emphasis is placed on employability, academic and occupational skills enabling student transition to the work place or postsecondary education. Industrial education programs are organized around four distinct program clusters: Communications, Construction, Manufacturing, and Transportation.
Foundations of Energy Course
This course is an outgrowth of the “The Big Picture” which identified major components of energy education needed by secondary students.
A document which provides common language, goals and reference points for employers, students and educators for this program area
Program assessment of all industrial education programs is mandated by legislation passed in 2000. An overview of the process, the assessment document, instructions, and resources are available on the program assessment website.
Safety Inspection Report
Providing a safe environment for students and employees is the combined responsibility of students, teachers, principals, and district personnel and is of utmost importance. Please use this page of step-by-step directions, the safety inspection audit report page, and the safety inspection checklist to conduct a safety check of technical programs to raise the awareness of safety responsibilities and precautions and to prevent accidents.