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Are you a pen-and-paper type of person? Click here to download a hard copy of the survey, print it and submit via traditional mail.

Manufacturers: What programs would like to see offered by your local CTE?

Here's your chance to make your voice heard!

Greetings. Clare-Gladwin Career & Technical Education is grateful for your enduring support of this vital program. We want to continue our valuable dialogue with you - our local manufacturers - to meet the community’s workplace needs with well-trained, motivated young workers. To that end, we’ve crafted a quick survey that asks for your input on the future of the program. It should only take a few minutes to complete and it will provide valuable feedback as we step straight into the next exciting phase of CTE. Thanks in advance, and as always, please reach out if you have any questions.

Please respond to this survey no later than Monday, August 1, 2016.

QUESTION 1 - CAREER FIELDS
Which potential career fields relating to manufacturing would you like to see offered through CTE beyond the current slate that includes Welding? (Please choose no more than three.)
What sorts of certifications would give our students an advantage as they enter employment in an organization like yours?
QUESTION 3A - SKILLS
Which skills do you feel are most important for our CTE students to acquire in CTE classes? (Please choose no more than five.)
QUESTION 3B - KNOWLEDGE AREAS
Which knowledge areas do you feel are most important for our CTE students to acquire in CTE classes? (Please choose no more than three.)
QUESTION 3C - WORK STYLES
Which work styles do you feel are most important for our CTE students to acquire in CTE classes? (Please choose no more than three.)
QUESTION 3D - CONCENTRATION
Which is more important to you as it applies to CTE students as potential employees: More experience in a particular area (for example, welding) or less experience but in a wider assortment of skills (some welding, some CNC, some CAD, etc.)?
QUESTION 4 - ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Would you or a representative of your organization consider helping shape the direction of our individual areas of study by serving on a CTE Advisory Committee with other community members?
QUESTION 5 - STUDENT PLACEMENT
Would you consider giving CTE students a chance to learn on-site at your organization through our student placement program?
QUESTION 6 - ENVIRONMENT
In terms of hands-on learning environments, which location do you feel offers students the best chance to gain the skill set you need in your organization?
Please use this space to share any suggestions, ideas or comments relating to ways to improve our CTE program.
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