Allegan County Area Technical & Education Center2891 - 116th AvenueAllegan, MI 49010269-512-7800
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Amber Williams is the first Vet Tech Science student to receive the National Veterinary Medical Applications Certification.
Amber Williams has become the first Vet Tech Science student to receive the National Veterinary Medical Applications Certification. This industry certification is presented by the Elanco Company and represents passing the test with over 80% accuracy. The test covers such areas as Anatomy, Terminology, and Veterinary Tools and Procedures. Amber's classroom instruction, work-based learning pacement, and an online curriculum helped her to achieve this accomplishment. Congratulations, Amber!!
Health Care Science Foundation students are preparing for their Safety Standards and Client Status training.
Care Science Foundations is off to a great start with Safety Standards and Client Status training, followed by certification through American Heart Association for First Aid and Basic Life Support. During Safety training students learned standard precautions and personal protective equipment and infection prevent practices. Client Status training gave students experience with measuring and reading vital signs, for example, blood pressure, pulse, respirations, temperature, height, and weight.
Accounting and Marketing & Management Students Use New Technology
Student engagement has just kicked up a knotch in the business program. New technology in the form of a Clevertouch screen/board allows better instructional demonstration and student participation. This new technology is interaction live a tablet, capable like a computer, and visual like a whiteboard. Students' explanations/answers are now able to be presented to just the instructor, to one or two students, or to the entire class. This is where technology truly sparks more discussion.
Core Performance Indicators
Federal Carl D. Perkins legislation requires all Career and Technical Education programs monitor student and program performance. Each Career and Technical Education program has core performance measures in each of the following areas:
- Academic Achievement
- Technical Achievement
- High School Completion
- Non-Traditional Enrollment
- Non-Traditional Completion.
View the Core performance indicator information below available for the CTE programs in Allegan County.
If you have any questions or need assistance locating appropriate Core Performance data, contact Linda Blankenship, CTE Director at 269-512-7800 or email@example.com
Infographics Show CTE Data Improves Student Performance