School District, Business and
Industry, and Higher
Education Partnerships:
Cleburne ISD and Hill College
House Bill 5 Summit
Education Service Center Region 11
December 2, 2013
Case Study Overview
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Current Cleburne ISD Certifications
Johnson County Course Sharing
Hill College Dual Credit at Cleburne ISD
Hill College Dual Credit at Hill College Facilities
Demographic Comparisons
Category
Texas
Population
25,145,561
150,934
29,380
Square Miles
261,232
725
30
Median household income
$58,142
$55,970
$45,543
Persons below poverty level
17%
11%
17%
Bachelor’s degree or higher
17%
16%
13%
34
36
34
White
45%
77%
66%
Hispanic
38%
18%
27%
Black
12%
3%
4%
Median age
Johnson County
Cleburne
Top Ten Employers in Cleburne
Employer
Cleburne ISD
WalMart Distribution Center
Johnson County
Texas Health Harris Methodist
WalMart Supercenter
Johns Manville
City of Cleburne
Hill College
James Hardie Building Products
Supreme Corp. of Texas
Type
Public Schools
Food & Retail Distributor
County Government
Hospital
Retail Store
Commercial Glass & Insulation
City Government
Community College
Fiber Cement Building Products
Truck Bodies & Armored Vehicles
Employees
961
777
580
435
397
375
360
250
238
234
Hill College
• Awards associate degrees, certificates of technology, and
certificates of completion.
• Offers courses in the state core curriculum which includes up to
forty-four semester hours that will transfer to any Texas State
college or university.
• Freshman and sophomore academic courses in a variety of college
majors.
• Twenty-one technical and vocational programs leading to associate
degrees or certificates.
• Concurrent credit classes for high school students that allows the
student to earn high school and college credit for the same course.
• Continuing education courses for all ages.
• Distance education instruction broadcast from other colleges and
universities.
HB 5 Endorsement Areas
1. STEM (science, technology, engineering, and
math)
2. Business and Industry
3. Public Services
4. Arts and Humanities
5. Multidisciplinary Studies
Current Cleburne ISD Certifications
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Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
CompTIA A+
CareerSafe Safety Awareness Training
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training
Certified Nurse Aide
Not enough qualified workers to fill positions in
the rapidly growing cloud computing industry
• Eighty-six percent of hiring managers indicate IT certifications
are a high or medium priority during the candidate
evaluation process. (Employer Perceptions of IT Training and
Certification, January 2011)
• In a survey of 700 IT networking professionals, 60 percent
said certification led to a new job. (IT Networking Study,
October 2011).
• Training and certification will play essential roles in preparing
IT professionals for the evolving IT org. (Climate Change:
Cloud's Impact on IT Organizations and Staffing, November
2012)
Technology Certifications
• Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
– Recognition of core skills in Office applications
– Earning a Microsoft Office Specialist certification is a
prerequisite to pursuing the higher-level Microsoft
certifications.
• CompTIA A+
– covers the fundamentals of computer technology,
installation and configuration of PCs, laptops and
related hardware, and basic networking.
– covers the skills required to install and configure PC
operating systems, as well as configuring common
features for mobile operating systems.
The injury rate for workers ages 16-24
is twice that of the general population
Safety Certifications
• CareerSafe Safety Awareness Training
– topics covered include, preventing falls, personal
protective equipment, electrical safety, hazard
communication, machine guarding, and other
common workplace safety principles that provide a
basic foundation of workplace safety practices.
• OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training
– provides training for entry level workers and
employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement,
and prevention of safety and health hazards in
workplaces in general industry.
Certified Nurse Aide
• Principles of Health Science
– provides an overview of the therapeutic, diagnostic,
health informatics, support services, and
biotechnology research and development systems of
the health care industry
• Medical Terminology
– students will learn the terminology related to health
care, communicate using the terminology applicable
to the health care industry, use available resources,
and appropriately use health care terms
Health Science Clinical Rotations
• Texas Health Harris
Methodist Hospital two
days a week
• Other area health care
facilities one day a week
– Heritage Trails Care Center
– Nolan River Animal
Hospital
– Cleburne Eye Clinic
– Cleburne Fire Department
Health Science Practicum CNA
• Classes are held at
Heritage Trails Care
Center three days a
week for two class
periods beginning at
7:45 AM
• At the end of the
course, students will
take State Administered
Test to become certified
as Nurse Assistants
Future Certification Areas
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Education
Sales and Retail Management
Restaurant Management
Emergency Medical Services
Criminal Justice
Johnson County Course Sharing
• Beginning with the 2010-2011 school year, the nine
school districts in Johnson County began to share
available seats for high school core and elective credit
classes.
• Districts that did not have the facilities or instructors
required to offer a class could send their students to
another district to earn credit for a class.
• The Home district pays the Providing district according
to the current weighted funding formula multiplied by
the adjusted based allotment.
Johnson County Course Sharing
Member Districts
Shared Course Examples
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• Instructional Practices in
Education and Training
• Engineering Design and
Problem Solving
• Electrical Technology
• Certified Nurse Aide
Practicum
• Pharmacy Technology
• Accounting I and II
Alvarado ISD
Burleson ISD
Cleburne ISD
Godley ISD
Grandview ISD
Joshua ISD
Keene ISD
Rio Vista ISD
Venus ISD
Hill College Dual Credit
at Cleburne ISD
• Cleburne ISD pays tuition for one dual credit
class per semester
• Students may pay tuition for additional dual
credit classes
• Classes can be for general studies and/or
technical training
• Classes can be taken at Cleburne High School
or one of the Hill College Cleburne Facilities
Hill College Career and Technical
Programs at Cleburne High School
• Accounting and Business
– Accounting I and II (State Champs)
• Agriculture
– Advanced Animal Science
• Computer Science
– Business Information Management
• Welding
– Welding
Hill College Career and Technical
Programs at Hill College Cleburne
• Welding
– Marti Vocational Complex, Cleburne
• Cosmetology
– Hill College Johnson County Campus, Cleburne
• Automotive Technology
– Hill College Snap-On Automotive Certification
Center, Cleburne
• Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
– New program to open in 2015 in Dudley Facility
Welding
• Moving into new 36,000-square-foot Cleburne
facility January 2014
• 146 students this semester
• Degree Plans
– Associate of Applied Science Degree
– Certificates of Completion
– Certificate of Technology
• 28 Johnson County dual credit students
Cosmetology
• Program began in early 1960’s
• 165 students this semester
• Degree Plans
– Associate of Applied Science Degree
– Operator Certificate
– Instructor Certificate
• State licensure pass rate of more than 90%
• 61 Johnson County dual credit students
Hill College is a National Coalition of
Certification Centers (NC3) Member
• NC3 is a network of education providers and
corporations that supports, advances and
validates new and emerging technology skills in
the transportation, aviation and energy industry
sectors.
• NC3 established to address need for
industry/education partnerships to develop,
implement and sustain industry-recognized
portable certifications that have strong validation
and assessment standards.
Automotive Technology
• Moved into new 20,000-square-foot Snap-On facility
2010
• 75 students this semester
• Snap-On certifications offered in Hand Tool Safety,
Electrical Safety, Torque theory, EHP System V Tire and
Wheel Service Certification, and BFH Wheel Balancing
Certification
• Degree Plans
– Associate of Applied Science Degree
– Certificates of Completion
– Certificate of Technology
• 28 Johnson County dual credit students
Hill College Cleburne Snap-On
Automotive Certification Center
Heating, Ventilation, and Air
Conditioning (HVAC)
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New HVAC program launching 2015
In partnership with NC3 partner Trane
Will be located in facility with Welding
Will offer Associated of Applied Science and
certificates
Contact Information
Cleburne ISD
Tim Miller
817-202-1111
[email protected]
Hill College
Lizza Trenkle
254-659-7601
[email protected]
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