Welcome to DCT (Diversified CO-OPerative Training)
Monica Bennett is a 2007 graduate of Pendleton County High School. She graduated from Fairmont State University in the spring of 2011 and was officially hired at South Branch Career and Technical Center in December of 2011.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed to give high school seniors on-the-job training in a career cluster of choices that contributes to the overall instructional program.
Students will have a combination of classroom instruction as well as on-the-job training.
It is an area of study designed to provide learners with a wide range of basic attitudes, knowledge and skills and helps prepare the individual to become a functioning member of the workforce, or in some cases, further decide educational training.
Topics include health and safety procedures; communications, critical thinking, and computation skills; professionalism; personal and financial resources; legal rights and obligations; government and economics; employment processes; participating in a local student organization; and learning skills and technology tools. The class meets ONCE a week (attendance is mandatory) and students are permitted to sign out of school and report to work the other four days.
Students receive 2 credits per semester if course is successfully completed.
Level of Competence for Course:
Above mastery: The student demonstrates exceptional and exemplary performance with distinctive and sophisticated application of knowledge and skills that exceed standard. The student can independently solve problems and is self-directed.
Mastery: The student demonstrates competent and proficient performance and shows a thorough and effective application of knowledge and skills that meet standard. Application of knowledge and skills is thorough and effective and the student can work independently.
Partial Mastery: The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent performance of fundamental knowledge and skills characterized by errors and/or omissions. Performance needs further development and supervision.