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COURSE NUMBER: INFO299
COURSE TITLE:Apprenticeship Worksite Experience
DIVISION:Technology
IAI CODE(S):
SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS:2.0
DELIVERY MODE:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Students who are participating in an apprenticeship program started at the secondary or postsecondary level are the only ones eligible to enroll in this class. Depending on the design of the apprenticeship program, the student may be required to participate in worksite activities during the Summer or regular semesters. Apprenticeship students can enroll in this class a maximum of 4 times to cover worksite activities.  This class requires a minimum of 150 hours at the worksite during the semester of enrollment. For those students who know that they will be working less than 150 hours at the worksite during the semester, they should enroll in INFO 199. Enrollment is contingent upon approval of Division Dean.

PREREQUISITES:
Consent from Division Dean required.

NOTES:
This course is not available for web registration.

COURSE OBJECTIVES / GOALS:
The primary objective of this class is to provide a structured worksite experience that meets the needs of the employer, relates to the academic curriculum on campus, and engages the interest, abilities, and enthusiasm of the student.


TOPICAL OUTLINE:
This course consists of documented worksite activity.  Both the employer and the instructor will meet with he apprentice on a regular basis to assess his/her activity, progress, and attitude.  Modifications will be made in consultation with the apprentice.


TEXTBOOK / SPECIAL MATERIALS:
Departmental forms for logging hours worked
Apprenticeship Journal


EVALUATION:
At a minimum the apprentice must document 150 hours of worksite activity.  The balance of the grading criteria will be specific to each employer and apprentice.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

REVISION:
Fall 2005

RECORD UPDATED:
2012-12-11 13:59:00