Bell Ringer List 3 ways to get job training.

 Turn

in your research on an occupation, in which you were to answer the questions from page 308.  Pick up workbooks.

Today’s Objectives
 To

explain how to get info from postsecondary schools.  Describe an apprenticeship program.  Describe an internship program.

Name some occupations that require:
 Many

years of schooling (6-10)?


few years of schooling (2-5)?

 No


Will you need more training?
 Is

a high school education sufficient for the job?  Can I work the days and hours required?  Do I have the skills?  Am I able to operate the equipment needed for the job?  Can I use the tools/resources needed to do the job?  Can I meet all other requirements of the job?

 Some

people decide to go to work out of high school for a few years after high school, instead of going straight to college. Why?

there benefits?

 Imagine

a person who has a good job, why would a person decide to go back to school?

 Name

some kinds of equipment that would require special training. can you learn to use specialized equipment?

 Where

Post Secondary Education
 Universities,

colleges, tech schools.  Research the school, see if they offer the training you need

catalogs, brochures that describe the school. College Fairs Talk to friend and relatives Meet with reps from the school Visit the school’s website

Post Secondary Schools
 What

does it mean for a student to declare a major?

    

Learn a skill by combining on the job training with classroom time. Trade unions, labor organizations, and trade school are good sources of info. Generally an apprentice earns a fraction of the wages earned by a skilled worker. A sponsor pays for the cost of the apprenticeship. Once complete, a certificate is awarded-nationally recognized.
    

Carpentry Cabinet maker Masonry Electrician Plumber

Apprenticeship Programs
 Peace

Corps  Military Service

 How

does an apprenticeship certificate differ from a high school or college diploma?

A certificate says that one has mastered a skill, whereas a diploma says that a person has studied a variety of subjects.

 Temporary

job  May be paid or unpaid  Offers valuable work experience

other benefits to working as an intern?

Internship vs. Apprenticeship
 Compare

an internship with an apprenticeship.

 20

year plan collage  Looking back at what you thought your future “ideal” occupation is:  What kind of training would you need, and where will you get it.
 Research 1

page report- cite sources

 Where?  Requirements

of the program  How long will it take  Certificate/ diploma