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At this time we have piloted Simulated Work Place in our Materials Distribution program.
In 2014, SWP will also be implemented in: Game and Web Development Early Childhood Education Automotive Technology Diesel Technology Therapeutic Services I and II Welding Masonry Pro Start (Culinary) Emergency Services Law and Public Safety In 2015, Simulated Work Place will be implemented school-wide.
WVDE Career Tech Ed Simulated Work Place The West Virginia Department of Education has implemented a new initiative “Simulated Workplaces”.
This initiative will enhance the delivery and changes the culture of career and technical education (CTE).
Simulated Workplaces will be rolled out to all state approved CTE programs over a three year period, transforming traditional classrooms to emulate business structures, processes and expectations.
Each program will be evaluated annually using a Balanced Scorecard, based on specified factors (student mastery of the content, completion of projects, student work ethics, attendance, quality and timeliness of work, and customer service).
West Virginia’s Career and Technical Education programs are transforming into real world workplaces.
With the assistance of Business Partners, we are able to turn our classrooms and shops into real world Simulated Workplaces across the state.
The overall structure of the Simulated Workplace initiative will be governed by a set of protocols to assure consistency and quality in the local implementation of the concept.
These protocols include the following requirements: • Utilize time clocks or some other form of formal attendance recording process.
• Adhere to the county/schools Random Drug Testing Policy. • Conduct an application / interview process for enrolling students.