For full text: http://www.ode.state.oh.us/ctae/teacher/fastrak/list.asp.
Guides - Non-Classroom
This document contains an introduction to the Ohio Integrated Technical and Academic Competency (ITAC) and Specialization ITAC; and overview of the electronics field; an list acknowledging the professionals who helped develop the competency list; and the comprehensive listing of the professional or occupational competencies deemed essential for graduates to perform proficiently when they graduate from an Ohio specialization workforce development program on electronics. The introduction explains the following: (1) critical academic, employability, and information technology skills have been integrated throughout the list to support the technical skills; (2) the competency profile can be used as the basis for curriculum development in Ohio's secondary, adult, and postsecondary programs; (3) the specialization competency profile is organized so that it can be clustered or grouped in a modular approach. The overview of the electronics profession describes general duties, some specific tasks, employment opportunities, length of program, type of program (classroom instruction and/or work experience), and types of certificates and/or degrees. The competencies are grouped under broader skills that are, in turn, categorized under these nine major topics: electronics orientation; basic electronic theory; basic electronic skills; basic troubleshooting and repair; troubleshoot and repair common consumer and business office equipment; computer applications and servicing; electro-optic technology applications and servicing; professionalism in electronics; and academic skills in electronics. (YLB)
For other FasTrak ITACs, see CE 082 485-494 and CE 082 496.
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Ohio State Dept. of Education, Columbus. Div. of Career-Technical and Adult Education.