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1/8/2018

NCCER Instructor Certification Training Program scheduled Jan. 18

Participants in a Jan. 18 NCCER Instructor Certification Training Program will learn about the purpose and history of NCCER (formerly National Center for Construction Education and Research), the NCCER curriculum and new testing system, certified instructor responsibilities, documentation, teaching techniques and how to enter training modules into the NCCER training registry system.

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1/8/2018

Department to transfer construction curriculum sponsorship to Associated Building Contractors

The Ohio Department of Education will no longer sponsor the NCCER construction curriculum. The transfer will take place with groups of schools rather than all schools at once and will be finished by June 2018. Look for details in the coming weeks on the Department’s website and in EdConnection.

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1/8/2018

Deadlines and Dates

Approaching deadlines or important dates mentioned in previous editions of EdConnection.

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1/3/2018

OhioMeansJobs-Readiness Seal criteria and guidance available online

Criteria and guidance now are available for students working toward the OhioMeansJobs-Readiness Seal. Established by Ohio House Bill 49, the seal will recognize high school graduates in 2018 and beyond who meet criteria showing they are prepared to contribute to the workplace and their communities. The seal will be printed on the transcripts and diplomas of students who demonstrate certain professional skills required for workplace success.

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1/3/2018

Deadline to recommend industry-recognized credentials for 2018-2019 school year is Jan. 15

Industry-recognized credentials can help students qualify for high school graduation. As they earn them, students learn sets of skills that empower them to earn good wages as they pursue higher education.

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