CBI Resources and Tools
Ohio Resource Center for Mathematics, Science and Reading
This site contains academic and technical alignment resources, including inquiry-based instructional units for some career fields.
CBI Manuals and Resources
Information on this page includes Career Based Intervention (CBI) manuals, CBI Model Course of Study, data collection template, CTAE forms (CTE-26, CTE-36, CTE-37), CTAE licensing guide, funding and other resources concerning work-based learning.
CBI Manual of Operations
Program parameters, guidelines and explanations, forms and other information related to operating a CBI program
Year End Report Data Collection Template
Suggested template to acquire student data for sharing with school administrators and board of education to document program progress and successes (not for submission to the Ohio Department of Education)
Resources and Tools for Career-Technical Education
CTE-26, CTE-36, CTE-37
CTE Guide for Licensing
Information on the career-technical licensing process for new career-technical teachers, including qualifications and training for new CBI teachers; explanation of forms requirements (CTE-36 and CTE-37)
CBI Performance Measures
CTE Administrative Rules Update
On May 12, 2009, the State Board of Education adopted resolutions to approve four rules that support the provisions of ORC 3313.90, which establishes that each school district in Ohio shall provide career-technical education programs adequate to prepare a student for an occupation. The rules are the result of a five-year rule review cycle established by the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review. The CBI rule, 3301-61-05 Criteria for Career-Based Intervention Programs, establishes the use of EMIS program performance data to review programs and discover best programs.
Career-Based Intervention Indicators of Performance
This document details definitions and areas that CBI program performance EMIS data will be accessed for program review.
Youth at Work Safety – Teaching Teens About Workplace Safety and Health
Youth at Work Safety instructional materials supplement Ohio Minor Labor Laws. These include teacher lesson plans, student handouts, games, overhead visuals and other resources to provide students with safety instruction for work-based learning programs.
Youth at Work: Talking Safety Ohio (NIOSH Web site) Teaching Teens About Workplace Safety and Health. Resources are:
Teacher PowerPoint Presentation
Age and Schooling Certificate (Ohio work permit)
The Ohio Department of Commerce, Division of Labor and Worker Safety, Bureau of Wage and Hour, processes Age and Schooling Certificates (work permits). All minors (under age 18) who are in paid employment must have a valid work permit during the school year, and 14-15 year olds must obtain work permits for employment at all times of the year. Click on link below for more information on Age and School Certificates.
Last Modified: 11/23/2015 10:52:02 AM