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Information Technology and (CT)² it. WORKS. OHIO Conference 2010 http: //regents. ohio. gov/careertechtransfer/index. php
Presenters Paula Compton, Associate Vice Chancellor, Articulation and Transfer Bob Casto, House Bill 66 Consultant
Ohio’s Commitment to Transfer 1990 – Ohio Articulation and Transfer Policy – Ohio Transfer Module 2003 – H. B. 95 (ORC 3333. 16) – Transfer Assurance Guides 2005 – H. B. 66 (ORC 3333. 162) - Career. Technical Credit Transfer (CT)2 2007 – University System of Ohio
Important Considerations about (CT)² Encompasses technical education (not general education). Recognized industry standards have been interpreted to mean credentials, licenses, or vendor specific certifications such as CCNA, A+, Network +, MCP, MCTS, etc. Program charters, accreditations, or approvals are used as proof that learning outcomes are being met. (CT)² does not supplant or undermine regional, bilateral agreements. It provides a minimum statewide course guarantee. Uses learning outcomes as the basis for equivalency. Career-Technical Assurance Guides (CTAGs) and Career. Technical Articulation Numbers (CTANs) serve as the “connector/translator” where credit is assigned to knowledge.
Definitions • Career-Technical Assurance Guide (CTAG) • An overview of equivalent content and learning outcomes. • Comprised of one or more CTANs • Career-Technical Articulation Number (CTAN) • Comprises the CTAGs • Provides a numbering system for easy identification of content • Ohio Articulation Number (OAN) • CEMS is a Web-based tool that supports course/program submission, review, and posting of equivalent courses/programs.
The (CT)² Menu of Technologies 1. Practical Nursing to Pre-licensure Associate Degree Nursing 2. Electrical Engineering Technology 3. Mechanical Engineering Technology 4. Medical Assisting 5. Information Technology - Support Services 6. Information Technology - Networking 7. Automotive Technology 8. Peace Officer 9. Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning/Refrigeration (HVAC/R) 10. First Responder 11. EMT-Basic 12. EMT-Intermediate 13. EMT-Paramedic 14. Volunteer Fire Fighter 15. Fire Fighter I 16. Fire Fighter II 17. Culinary
Validation Centers 17 Technologies at Ten Validation Centers (Five Locations) Marion Technical College Information Technology-Networking and Support Services, Bob Haas, VCC/Panel Lead [email protected] edu 740 -389 -4636, ext 361 University of Akron EMT, Dennis Ragins, VCC/Panel Lead Medical Assisting, Tammy Mc. Clish, VCC/Panel Lead Miami University Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Technology, Rob Speckert, VCC/Panel Lead Owens Community College Automotive Technology, Gayle Ashbridge, VCC/Panel Lead Peace Officer, Gayle Ashbridge, VCC/Panel Lead Fire Fighter, Gayle Ashbridge, VCC/Panel Lead Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning/Refrigeration, Scott Killy Sinclair Community College Practical to Registered Nursing, Bob Casto, VCC/Panel Lead Culinary and Food Service Management, Steve Cornelius, VCC/Panel Lead v v Ryan Cupp, House Bill 66 Consultant, (CT)² Help Desk, [email protected] state. oh. us Bob Casto, House Bill 66 Consultant, [email protected] state. oh. us Gayle Ashbridge, House Bill 66 Consultant, [email protected] state. oh. us Paula Compton, Associate Vice Chancellor, Articulation and Transfer, [email protected] state. oh. us
Information Technology CTAG: Networking and Information Support and Services Strands Basic CTIT 001 Network + CTIT 002 A+ Essentials CTIT 003 A+ Technician CTIT 004 Intro to Desk Top Op Sys CTIT 005 Intro to User Support CTIT 006 Cisco CCNA Explr I CTIT 007 Cisco CCNA Explr II CTIT 008 Cisco CCNA Explr III CTIT 009 Cisco CCNA Explr IV CTIT 010 Windows Op System CTIT 011 Microsoft. NET Framework CTIT 012 Windows Server 2003 CTIT 013 (3 Sem/4 Qrtr) “ “ “ Note: No student could earn credit for all CTANs and some are mutually exclusive. E. g. , 005 or 011 but not both
Credits Available to Those Holding Various Certifications Must access credit within 3 years of program completion or within currency of private vendor certificate. Vendor certifications are recommended in many cases but OCTCA end of program assessments are acceptable for most of the IT CTANs For example: Basic requires passage of OCTCA End of Program Assessment and IC³ or ICDL A+ Essentials requires passage of OCTCA End of Program Assessment and Comp. TIA A+ Essentials Certificate Cisco Exploration I requires CCNA or CCENT Certificates or Passage of Semester Tests in Cisco CCNA Discovery I & II or Cisco CCNA Exploration I Key: CCNA, Cisco Certified Network Associate CCENT, Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician OCTCA, Ohio Career-Technical Competency Assessment Comp. TIA A+, Computer Technology Industry Association (Validates knowledge of computer technicians) IC³ , Internet and Computing Core Certification ICDL, International Computer Driving License (Digital literacy certification)
Where to find specific information about IT See “Just the Facts” @ http: //regents. ohio. gov/careertechtransfer/index. php Click on “Fundamental Information” Go to (CT)² Fact Sheet Click “Just the Facts About Career Technical Credit Transfer. ” Here you will find CTAN #s and credit values Accreditation requirements Needed credentials and vendor certifications
Status of Institutional Submissions Number of IT Campuses = 130 [number of institutions from which we expect at least one submission] # of IT CTANs to be approved = 357 [includes institutions with multiple CTAN submission] # of IT CTANs submitted = 170 # of IT CTANs approved = 108 Percent approved (of total possible) = 30% Approval rate for courses submitted is 108/170 = 64%
The Reality: If the Shoe Fits You Must Submit Ø Institutional Expectations Ø Course credit must be awarded to the matriculating student with verified CTAN numbers in one of two ways: Ø Ø A course or program for which your institution has received (CT)² approval via validation panels. In such cases the courses and their associated credit hours will be transcripted and applied to the applicants technical major. In the absence of an equivalent course, and when the institution offers the technical program, credit will be granted by the receiving institution that is no less than the minimum value of the CTAN or CTAG with the specifics determined by the receiving institution. http: //regents. ohio. gov/careertechtransfer/index. php
A Potpourri of Final Thoughts A supplement to official transcripts: “Verification of Course/Program Completion, ” will soon be piloted. Students are responsible for presenting their certifications to colleges and universities (see “Just the Facts”). Where to find approved courses. Visit http: //regents. ohio. gov/careertechtransfer/approvedprograms-courses/index. php Submitting Your Programs and Courses. Help Tools at the Website. http: //regents. ohio. gov/careertechtransfer/index. php
Contact Information Robert Casto, Consultant, [email protected] state. oh. us Ryan Cupp, Help Desk, [email protected] state. oh. us Tammy Mc. Clish, Medical Assisting, [email protected] edu Dennis Ragins, EMT, [email protected] edu Steve Cornelius, Culinary, steve. [email protected] edu Robert Haas, IT, [email protected] edu Gayle Ashbridge, Automotive, Fire Science, Peace Officer, and HVAC, [email protected] state. oh. us Rob Speckert, Engineering Technology, [email protected] edu