This course is designed to enable each student to demonstrate employability skills; environmental, health, and safety skills; professional, legal, and ethical responsibilities; financial, leadership and communication skills; human resources and labor skills; America's economic principles; entrepreneurship principles, relate planning methods to life and career goals and use of industry/technology principles in the workplace.
There will be various assignments associated with this course. Some of the assignments are projects using various computer/software applications that may be lengthy in nature and will require work outside of the class. A student notebook will be kept and should be brought to class each day. Students will be asked to participate in discussions and work on teams to complete projects. Work ethic and communication skills will be practiced on a daily basis.
Students with one or more OJT periods are required to have employment outside of their household/family in a taxable income setting.