OCCUPATIONAL PREPARATION -develops concepts and skills related to effective employability. This course investigates appropriate techniques and procedures for acquiring a job, maintaining a job. Students may be exposed to numerous careers and career choices.
CAREER EXPLORATION/COMMUNITY BASED INSTRUCTION I-IV -provides students with main vocational skills. Students will develop awareness of community by taking scheduled field trips. They will learn vocational skills by participating in campus-directed programs and actual training at pre-determined community businesses.
CAREER EXPERIENCE -is a work/study program designed to transition students with disabilities into the world of work. Career training and job experience are combined with academic development of employment potential.
APPLIED BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT I –allows students to strengthen computer skills and be taught technical skills at an appropriate level that will allow them to apply these skills through word-processing, spreadsheet and electronic presentations.