Placer County Office of Education offers a variety of resources and professional development opportunities for teachers and Career Technical Education (CTE) programs for students enrolled in our local school districts and charter schools. All programs prepare students to be career ready.
COVID-19 COMMUNITY MITIGATION
In light of COVID-19 developments, PCOE implemented community mitigation measures to ensure the safety of students and staff.
development trainings/workshops, events and gatherings will be moved to
online platforms, postponed and/or cancelled for March due to COVID-19
community mitigation measures.
The California Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG) is a state education, economic and workforce development initiative with the goal of providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition to employment and postsecondary education.
The Placer County CTEIG Consortium is led by a steering committee, with representatives from each Local Educational Agency (LEA) receiving funding:
Placer County Office of Education
Placer Union High School District
Rocklin Unified School District
Roseville Joint Union High School District
Western Placer Unified School District.
CTEIG dollars must be spent on developing new, or strengthening current CTE programs based on the 11 Elements of High Quality CTE. All funding from the current grant program has been allocated. New funding may become available as the California Department of Education releases CTEIG funds for next year.
Approved CTE programs must be taught by an appropriately credentialed teacher possessing a valid Designated Subjects or Single Subject CTE credential in the pathway requesting funding FY 2016-2017. Schools must maintain the CTEIG pathway investments made at their campus through 2021-22, as required by the California Department of Education.
11 Elements Self Review
CTEIG NON-Allowable Expenditures
CTEIG Capital Outlay Form
Industry Sectors and Pathways
CTE WORKS (formerly 49er ROP) is a Regional Occupation Program offering the opportunity to explore and prepare for careers and college, learn valuable skills, and in some courses, participate in an internship. Sponsored by local school districts and the Placer County Office of Education, CTE WORKS brings education and business together, with the common goal of delivering excellent training and opportunities to educate and prepare the future workforce of Placer County.
Instructor, Automotive Services/Tech
Instructor, Health Careers
(916) 782-3781 x 2108
(530) 367-5244 x 3100
Instructor, Health Science/Medical Tech
Executive Director, Career Development
Instructor, Medical Assisting-Clinical
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