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2020/2021Secondary Pathways for ColoradoCareer & Technical EducationRevised: 27 July 2020

ContentsGeneral Pathway Information. 5Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE). 6Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE) Cluster. 7ACE CTE Pathway (998005). 7Agriculture, Natural Resources & Energy .13Agriculture Food & Natural Resources Cluster .14Agriculture Business Pathway (109999).14Animal Science Pathway (109999) .15Food Science Pathway (109999).16Natural Resources/ Environmental Science Pathway (109999).17CPASS Comprehensive Agriculture .17Plant Science Pathway (109999).18Agriculture Power / Structure & Technology Pathway (109999) .19Water Quality Management Pathway (150506).28Energy Pathway (151701) .30Outdoor Recreation Leadership (310601) .32Business, Management, Marketing.42Business & Marketing Clusters .43Business Administration Pathway (529999) .43High School of Business Pathway (529999) .45Hospitality, Administration/Management, General Pathway (520901) .56Engineering, Technology, & Media Arts.59Media Arts Cluster.60Design & Multimedia Arts Pathway (090702) .60Digital Media & Communications Pathway (090702) .61Production and Managerial Arts Pathway (500502).62Computer & Digital Technologies Cluster .70Coding Pathway (110101) .70Networking Systems & Security Pathway (110101) .71Web Design Pathway (110101) .72Engineering Cluster .80Engineering & Technology Pathway (140101).802 Pa g e

Family and Consumer Sciences .87Family and Consumer Sciences Cluster .88Hospitality and Food Production Pathway (190599) .88Human Services/Education and Training Pathway (130101) .89Visual Arts and Design Pathway (190999) .90American Sign Language Pathway (161603) .91Health Science, Criminal Justice, and Public Safety. 101Health Science Cluster . 102Biotechnology, Biomedical Science, Forensic Science Pathway (261201) . 102Dental Assistant Pathway (510601) . 103Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy (OT/PT) Assisting/Aide Pathway (510899). 104Medical/Clinical Assistant Pathway (261201) . 105Crisis, Emergency, & Disaster Management: EMT Pathway (430202) . 106Athletic Training, Sports Medicine, Personal Trainer Pathway (510913) . 107Behavioral Health Technician, Addictions Counselor Pathway (511599) . 108Nurse Assistant/Aide Pathway (513902). 109Pharmacy Technician Pathway (510805) . 110General Health Science Pathway (519999). 111Criminal Justice & Public Safety Cluster. 130Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Pathway (430199) . 130Criminal Justice: Legal/Judicial Pathway (430199) . 131Criminal Justice: Forensic Science Pathway (430199). 132Fire Science Pathway (430203) . 133Skilled Trades & Technical Sciences . 141Barbering & Cosmetology Cluster . 142Cosmetology Pathway (120401) . 142Hairstyling Pathway (120401) . 143Esthetics Pathway (120401). 144Nail Technology Pathway (120401). 145Barbering Pathway (120401) . 146Aviation Cluster . 152Aviation Flight Pathway (490101) . 152Aviation Mechanics (including Avionic Technician) Pathway (490101). 1533 Pa g e

Aviation Control Systems Control Pathway (490101) . 154Construction Cluster . 159General Construction Pathway (460000) . 159Electrical Pathway (460000) . 160Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Pathway (460000) . 161Plumbing Pathway (460000) . 162Masonry Pathway (460000). 163Woodworking Pathway (460000) . 164Property Maintenance Pathway (460000). 165Drafting & Design Cluster . 173General Drafting and Design Pathway (151301). 173Architecture and Construction/Pre-Construction Pathway (151301) . 174Manufacturing Design Pathway (151301) . 175Transportation Cluster . 180Automotive Service Pathway (470600). 180Collision Technology Pathway (470600) . 181Diesel Technology Pathway (470600). 182Motorcycle and Powersport Pathway (470600) . 183Compact Equipment Maintenance Pathway (470600) . 184Manufacturing Cluster . 193Manufacturing Production Pathway (480000) . 193Furniture Manufacturing Pathway (480000) . 194Industrial Manufacturing Pathway (480000) . 195Manufacturing Graphics & Industrial Design Pathway (480000) . 196Mechatronics Pathway (480000) . 197Welding Pathway (480000) . 1984 Pa g e

General Pathway InformationGeneral Pathway InformationTo better align offerings across the state and meet the new Perkins V requirements, Colorado Careerand Technical Education (CTE) developed the following pathways for our secondary program areas.This document is organized by Program Director Area, Career Cluster, and then Pathway.5 Pa g e

Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE)Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE)Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE) Career & Technical Education (CTE) isa multi-occupational pathway that facilitates individualized, developmentallyappropriate programming necessary to support CTE students successfully. Thisincludes students identified as Special Populations1 .ACE CTE Programming is developed through collaboration with educators,business representatives and community stakeholders. The collaborationcreates locally responsive, relevant work-based & school-based learning experiences. ACE CTE studentswill demonstrate competency in Postsecondary Workforce Readiness (PWR)2 that lead to technical skillattainment 3 in any chosen occupation with a focus on high wage 4 occupations or high skill in highdemand industries that promote self-sufficiency.1.Special Populations (per Perkins V Authorization) is defined as:o2.Individuals with disabilities, Individuals from economically disadvantaged families, Individuals preparing for nontraditional fields, Single parents, including single pregnant women, Out-of-workforce individuals, English learners,Homeless individuals, Youth who are in, or have aged out of the foster care system; Youth with a parent who is a memberof the armed forces and/or is on active duty.Postsecondary Workforce Readiness (PWR) competencies include:oEntrepreneurial: Critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and innovation, inquiry and analysis, informed risktakingoPersonal: Initiative and self-direction, personal responsibility and self-management, adaptability and flexibility, selfawareness of learning preferences, strengths, and areas for growthoCivic: core academic foundation, collaboration and teamwork, communication, global and cultural awarenessoProfessional: time and work management, career literacy, grit and resilience, work ethic; dependable and reliableoAcademic: discernment, apply skills and knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving, inquiry, analysis andevaluation.3.Technical Skill Attainment is defined as: the knowledge and skills determined by Career & Technical Standards and competencymeasures that are mastered by the student in a CTE program. This verification can be completed by delivering educator/employe rformal assessment & evaluation; performance based assessment or from artifacts reflecting work experience accumulated in aportfolio, among other verification models; including, but not limited to: developmentally appropriate completion of a CTE coursesequence and skills outlined in individual training plans for work based learning.4.High Wage: As determined by the 2006 Perkins Authorization wages greater or equal to the current state set minimum wageSuccessful Career Students of Colorado (SC)2 is the Colorado based CTSO forstudents in ACE programs. CTE students in ACE programming experience theultimate goals of developing skills in the areas of self-knowledge, human relations,employability, career awareness, independent living, transition planning,leadership, community service and 21st century skills. Visit the website: ACE-(SC)2Lauren Jones (Austin) (She/Her/Hers)Program Director for Special Populations, Counseling, Equity & Middle SchoolLauren.Jones@CCCS.edu (o) 720.858.2825 (c) 303.913.68726 Pa g e

Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE)ACE CTE Pathway (998005)Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE) ClusterACE CTE Pathway (998005)Credential: ACE CTELevel 1 CoursesCD I – ACE Career Development I– Career PlanningWE I – ACE In-School Work-BasedLearningLevel 2 CoursesCD II – ACE Career DevelopmentII – Job SeekingWE II – ACE Community WorkBased LearningLevel 3 CoursesCD III – ACE Career DevelopmentIII – Job KeepingWE III – ACE Intentional WorkBased LearningPWR I – ACE Success FoundationsPWR II – ACE Success SystemsPWR III – ACE PWR ApplicationsCL I – ACE Computer Literacy:Introduction to ComputersCL II – ACE Computer Literacy:Software applicationsFL II – ACE Business Management& EntrepreneurshipCL III – ACE Computer Literacy:Operating SystemsFL I – ACE Financial LiteracyLAB – ACE CTE Pathway LabLevel 4 CoursesCAP – ACE Capstone/PortfolioBased/Culminating CourseLAB – ACE CTE Pathway Lab** As seen developmentallyappropriate, WE, CD, PWR, CL,and FL course sequences can beexpanded and fit a Level 4 here7 Pa g e

Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE)ACE CTE Pathway (998005)ACE CTE Pathway Course DescriptionsCOURSES ARE LISTED ALPHABETICALLYVIEW COURSE COMPETENCIES FOR THESE COURSES AT HTTP://COLORADOSTATEPLAN. COM/ SEC ONDARY-PATHWAYS/CAP – ACE Capstone/Portfolio Based/Culminating CourseStudents critique and formulate skills to complete a multifaceted learning portfolio that servesas a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students in pathway programs.Instruction and experiences may include: topic selection, portfolio creation, communityconnections; employability skills such as: oral communication, public speaking, research skills,computer literacy, teamwork; the academic planning skills such as: self-sufficiency and goalsetting, and; postsecondary workforce readiness skills that will help prepare them for college,modern careers, and adult life. Students will demonstrate levels of knowledge and skill for theenvironmental expectations of postsecondary options and intentional academic planning basedon self-awareness and career exploration.This course is designed to meet or exceed the current Colorado Graduation Guideline menuoption for Capstone.CD I – ACE Career Development I – Career PlanningAs developmentally appropriate, this course (or series of courses) is designed for students tocreate an individual, initial career plan that outlines steps to reach their career goal. Studentswill identify a career goal based upon results of various assessments, i.e. interest survey,aptitude evaluation, academic skills, learning styles, work preferences, etc. Students will alsoinvestigate the training and educational requirements (academic planning & postsecondaryoptions) for their chosen career field. Students should be able to articulate short-term actionnecessary to achieve the goal(s) in their career plan; including intentional academic planning,high school choices based on self-awareness, career exploration and postsecondary aspirations.Whenever possible, computer literacy skills, and leadership skills tied to a CTSO should beembedded into the curriculum.CD II – ACE Career Development II – Job SeekingAs developmentally appropriate, this course (or series of courses) is designed to teach skillsneeded for entry into the workforce. Students will demonstrate successful job search strategies.Students will demonstrate employability skill ability to accurately complete job applications,write a resume ask for letters of recommendation. Students will examine model interviews andthen participate in their own interview simulations. Students will be able to advocate foraccommodations or adaptations necessary to be successful on the job. Students will beknowledgeable of the environmental expectations of the workplace. Additionally, students willbe introduced to personal financial literacy skills including: financial planning, budgeting, saving,credit, paycheck calculation, and taxes. Students practice appropriate communication,teamwork, problem-solving while working in a group environment. Whenever possible,computer literacy skills, and leadership skills tied to a CTSO should be embedded into thecurriculum.CD III – ACE Career Development III – Job Keeping8 Pa g e

Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE)ACE CTE Pathway (998005)As developmentally appropriate, this course (or series of courses) is designed for students tolearn about various employability skills necessary to meet and exceed employer expectations onthe job by developing workplace skills such as interpersonal communication, teamwork,leadership, critical thinking and ethical decision making in the workplace. Students will evaluateemployee benefit plans (medical, dental, vision, worker’s compensation, unemployment,retirement plan, employee discounts, educational incentives, etc.). Additionally, students willrecognize opportunities for advancement on the job. Students will become familiar withworkplace laws and policies including: Child Labor Laws, Fair Labor Act, Equal EmploymentOpportunity, Workplace Safety (OSHA), Americans with Disability Act (disability disclosure asappropriate), Sexual Harassment (definition, scenarios, appropriate behavior, policies andprocedures). Whenever possible, computer literacy ski

Based Learning WE III – ACE Intentional Work-Based Learning LAB – ACE CTE Pathway Lab PWR I – ACE Success Foundations PWR II – ACE Success Systems PWR III – ACE PWR Applications ** As seen developmentally appropriate, WE, CD, PWR, CL, and FL course sequences can be expanded and fit a Level 4 here CL I – ACE Computer Literacy:

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