TOP Codes Served

TOP 6 | Office Technology/Office Computer Applications (051400) Download LMI Worksheet

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  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   1090 1100 1110
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The CABT department will develop the Business Information Worker (BIW) II certificate, add new advanced courses and non-credit courses. I addition, the program intends to offer the BIW I courses on the Cabrillo's Watsonville campus to help serve underrepresented minorities in the south county area. This project includes research of new software, professional development for instructors to become proficient in the use of new software, development of advanced courses, research and development of pathways within the discipline including stackable certificates. Faculty will have to collaborate with learning communities and programs across campus for outreach.
Deliverables will be, a clear pathways that allows students to finish the program in one or two years, the BIW II Certificate, at least two new advanced courses, at least two new non-credit courses.

TOP 6 | Culinary Arts (130630) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   1680 1700 1720
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The department intends to add two new nutrition courses to the schedule in fall 2017 and spring 2018. Each course is a 3-unit course. There is a high demand for nutrition courses and the expected combined enrollment for these two courses is 100.
As a response to advisory council recommendation, the department is also planning to develop a number of non-credit Basic Food Prep and Basic Hospitality and Soft Skills certificates and courses to help prepare students for the work place (career development career preparation). The work will include research leading to the design of these new courses and certificates.

TOP 6 | Civil and Construction Management Technology (095700) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   470 490 510
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The Construction Energy Management (CEM) department will revise and offer a "Geometry for Construction" course and develop a for-credit solar energy course modeled after the SunPower Solar Academy that the department has taught in previous summers. In addition, the department will research online teaching strategies and develop online courses to create more flexible schedules and to better serve prospective students who are employed and cannot take on-campus courses.
The development of the Geometry for Construction and Solar Academy course requires research and collaboration with the Math department and SunPower.

TOP 6 | Computer Infrastructure and Support (070800) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   640 660 680
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The CIS department had a decline in enrollment due to the fact that there is no faculty member with technical skills required to teach advanced technology courses the department needs to teach. The CIS department will hire a temporary full-time faculty member who is qualified to teach advanced technical courses such as Cisco Networking, VMware, Palo Alto Networks, RedHat, and other emerging technologies to help continue offering advanced courses and also expand course offerings to serve the high labor market demand in the IT industry. The department pursue the possibilities of hiring a full-time tenure track position to support the program in this high-priority industry sector.

TOP 6 | Dental Hygienist (124020) Download LMI Worksheet

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  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   430 470 500
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The Dental Hygiene department will add two students to its cohort to increase enrollment. The increased cohort size requires additional equipment. In addition, the department will offer at least two non-credit career development career preparation (CDCP) courses. Some of these courses will be offered on the Watsonville campus to better serve underrepresented minorities in the south county.

TOP 6 | Digital Media (061400) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   750 780 810
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The department will create a Digital Media studio course that will enable students to provide graphic design and interactive media production services to clients within the community. These clients could include college departments, local businesses, non-profits, local government entities, etc. This studio course will provide students with real-world job experience, studio procedures, improving interpersonal skills with client relations and developing design problem-solving skills. The course will be taught in spring and fall 2018.
The project will include research and development for the structure of a digital media studio. This research will include similar programs at other colleges and similar business models on campus. The project includes development of business marketing materials for roll out of studio course in Spring 2018, development of a equipment budget, and development of the course including course materials, assignments, activities, industry speakers, and tutorials.

TOP 6 | Commercial Music (100500) Download LMI Worksheet

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  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   190 200 210
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The Music Technology and Recording Arts (MTRA) program was approved by the Bay Area Community College Consortium (BACCC) and the Chancellor's Office in 2016. It is a new program at Cabrillo as of Fall 2016. The courses that are part of this program will need to undergo a TOP Code Review because they currently do not have a CTE TOP Code. The funding will be used to support the core courses of the MTRA program, purchase equipment, and develop outreach and marketing materials.

TOP 6 | Registered Nursing (123010) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To expand enrollment in an existing CTE program or create a new CTE program
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Enrollments   670 740 760
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The is a high demand for registered nurses in the region. Local colleges do not have enough graduates to satisfy the demand of the hospitals in the area. The Nursing department will hire a full-time faculty member which will allow the program to take an additional 10 students per year and increase the number of graduates. In addition, the Nursing program will offer a nurse residency program which has been requested by local hospitals. The goal is to gradually increase the enrollment in the nurse residency program to 18 students per year. This nurse residency program will be established in collaboration with local hospitals.

Budget

CTE Program Budget Detail Sheet

1000 Instructional Salaries $230,052
2000 Non-Instructional Salaries $29,114
3000 Employee Benefits $76,362
4000 Supplies and Materials $81,070
5000 Other Operating Expenses and Services $30,995
6000 Capital Outlay $0
7000 Other Outgo $0
  Total Direct Costs $447,593
  Total Indirect Costs $17,904
  Total Program Costs $465,497
Plan Certification

This Plan Has Been Reviewed and Approved By

Gerlinde Brady

CTE Dean