CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION

CTE-CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Genesee Valley Educational Partnership (GVEP)

        The Genesee Valley Educational Partnership in Batavia offers instruction in areas of occupational training that includes a wide range of diversified interests. 

CRITERIA FOR ENROLLMENT AT GVEP

       Students may elect to attend a vocational program at GVEP if they meet the following criteria:

1. Must have earned credits for English 9 and English 10.

2. Must have earned credits for Global History 9 and Global History 10.

3. Must have earned two (2) credits in math and two (2) credits in science, and 1 credit in LOTE (Language Other Than English).

If a student does not meet criteria (3) it may be possible for him/her to attend GVEP, provided he/she complete the math and science requirements by the end of grade 11 within the limitations imposed by time and class schedule.

The priority of every student is to complete their high school program and to receive a diploma.  Therefore, the above criteria for attending a vocational program at GVEP is to insure that a student completes mandatory diploma requirements before completing non-mandatory requirements.  Junior and senior year graduation requirements will be scheduled prior to a vocational class.  Only when a vocational class can be accommodated without conflicts with other graduation requirements will it be scheduled.

 

STUDENTS ATTENDING BOCES MUST RIDE THE BUS TO AND

FROM THE VOCATIONAL CENTER.  See Policy No. 5724

Courses approved to take at GVEP:

· Career & Financial Management

· Embedded 3rd year Math, English, and/or Science where it is available in Career & Technical GVEP programs and cannot fit in a student’s schedule at Pavilion Central School.  Students must have earned 2 credits and passed a Regents examination in math and/or science.  Credit is issued as a 3rd year non-Regents class.

TECHNICAL ENDORSEMENT ON DIPLOMA

Students enrolled in an approved GVEP career and technical education (CTE) program who successfully complete all the requirements earn a technical endorsement to be affixed to the high school diploma. 

 

Student Requirements:

· completion of a minimum of 22 units of credit

· passing grades on 5 required Regents examinations or approved alternatives

· Successful completion of a 3-part technical assessment (written, demonstration, project components)

 

Program Requirements:

· Completion of work-based learning experiences as provided by the approved program

· Completion of a work-skills employability profile

 

The technical endorsement is imprinted on a seal to be affixed to the diploma and includes the phrase: Career and Technical Endorsement

 

The following courses can be offered at the occupational center depending on student interest:
Collision, Custom Restoration
Cosmetology
Animal Science
Auto Technology
Electronics/Computer Technology
Welding
Health Dimensions
Culinary Arts
Criminal Justice
Building Trades
Graphic Arts
Computer Information Systems
Metal Trades
Conservation/Forestry/Equipment
Diesel Technology
Health Academy
Justice Academy
Info Tech Academy 

 

Career Pathway Assessments for Graduation Requirements are below:

*Auto Technology:  ASE

*Building Trades:  NCCER

*-program has Blue Ribbon approval at this point