PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT: CREDIT FOR EXTERNAL EXPERIENCES TAMMY OWEN, EdD ASSOCIATE VP OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS HTTP://WWW.WESTKENTUCKY.KCTCS.EDU/EN/ACADEMICS/ACE/PRIORLEARN.ASPX ADVISORY BOARDS CORE CONTENT HEALTH PHYSICS KCTCS--Health Physics Department of Energy Radiological Control Technician (RCT) Core, Level 1 Content A BASIC MATHEMATICS & ALGEBRA B UNIT ANALYSIS AND CONVERSION C PHYSICAL SCIENCES D NUCLEAR PHYSICS E SOURCES OF RADIATION F RADIOACTIVITY AND RADIOACTIVE DECAY G INTERACTION OF RADIATION WITH MATTER H BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION I RADIATION PROTECTION STANDARDS J ALARA K EXTERNAL EXPOSURE CONTROL L INTERNAL EXPOSURE CONTROL M RADIATION DETECTOR THEORY AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION Department for Technical Education KCTCS Colleges CIS 100 Introduction to Computers CIS 130 Microcomputer Applications OST Keyboarding OST 110 Document Formatting & Word Processing OST 160 Records and Database Management OST 210 Advanced Word Processing Application OST 235 Business Communication Technology OST 235 Business Communication Technology BA 260 Professional Development and OST 215 Office Procedures BA 260 Professional Development and OST 215 Office Procedures OST 225 Introduction to Desktop Publishing and OSTL 226 Introduction to Desktop Publishing Lab OST 225 Introduction to Desktop Publishing and OSTL 226 Introduction to Desktop Publishing Lab CRIMINAL JUSTICE • GRADUATES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING 16-WEEK BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM ARE AWARDED 13 CREDIT HOURS TOWARD THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE AAS DEGREE DIESEL TECHNOLOGY • A student who has passed and received certification through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) may earn up to a maximum of 42 credit hours equivalent to the course(s) within the program of study as specified by the Diesel Technology curriculum. A student must earn at least a 2.0 GPA in 12 hours of KCTCS credit to receive the articulated credit. Credit will be granted ONLY upon receipt of an official proof of certification credential stating the date issued. A copy of the credential must be filed as part of the student's permanent record. The credential must be accepted within four years of the issue date on the credential. Students must meet KCTCS residency requirements for credentials. PARAEDUCATORS OF KENTUCKY AT THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE PARAEDUCATORS OF KENTUCKY (PEK) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY’S HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (HDI) AND THE KENTUCKY COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM (KCTCS), IN ORDER TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SEAMLESS POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR THE CITIZENS OF KENTUCKY AND TO PROMOTE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CREDIT APPLICABLE TO THE KCTCS PARAEDUCATOR CERTIFICATE AND THE ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE TEACHER ASSOCIATE DEGREE WHILE INCREASING THE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE STUDENTS OF KENTUCKY HEREBY ESTABLISH THIS AGREEMENT LEADING TO THE AWARD OF THREE HOURS OF CREDIT FOR ED 101 ORIENTATION TO EDUCATION AT A KCTCS COLLEGE. ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY • The purpose of this Memorandum of Agreement is to provide a meaningful pathway for IBEW members to attain an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical Technology. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System has created a process for course transfer based on IBEW member apprenticeship training and experience in the field as electricians. The credit for apprenticeship training and experiential award has been aligned with specific coursework in KCTCS electrical technology programs of study. • This Memorandum of Agreement provides for the application of the IBEW electrical apprenticeship coursework and experiential learning toward the KCTCS AAS in Electrical Technology degree. KENTUCKY HEAD START ASSOCIATION • Six hours of academic credit will be awarded for the KHSA Cornell Family Development credential and applied toward an associate’s degree once the student has earned at least a 2.0 GPA in 6 hours of KCTCS credit applicable toward the degree; students must also meet the KCTCS residency requirement for the degree. KCTCS will accept the Cornell Family Development Credential as three (3) hours of credit for (HS 101, Human Services Survey, OR SW 124, Introduction to Social Services) AND three (3) hours of credit for (SW 275, The Family, OR FAM 252, Introduction to Family Science.) INTERDISCIPLINARY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE • After successfully completing one three credit hour IEC course, a student enrolled in the IEC program who holds a current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential from the Council for Professional Recognition will be granted credit for IEC 101, IEC102, and IEC 190. No other courses will be substituted for credit. COMMONWEALTH CHILD CARE CREDENTIAL (CCCC) • After successfully completing one three credit hour IEC course, a student enrolled in the IEC program who holds a current Commonwealth Child Care Credential (CCCC) from the State of Kentucky will be granted credit for IEC 101. No other courses will be substituted for credit. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY • A student who has completed and passed an industry standard certification examination administered by an authorized testing center, may earn up to a maximum of 24 credit hours equivalent to the course(s) within the program of study as specified by the Information Technology (IT) Curriculum. Credit will be granted ONLY upon receipt of an official proof of certification credential stating the date passed. A copy of the credential must be filed as part of the student’s permanent record. The credential must be accepted before the expiration date of the credential or within five years of the date the credential was earned and specified on the examination, whichever comes first. CERTIFICATION EXAMS • • • • • • • MICROSOFT CERTIFICATION EXAMS CISCO CERTIFICATION EXAMS NOVELL CERTIFICAITON EXAMS MICROSOFT SQL SERVER ORACLE 8i ENTERPRISE DB ORACLE 9i ENTERPRISE DB CompTIA MARINE TECHNOLOGY A STUDENT WHO HAS COMPLETED AND PASSED AN OFFICIAL UNITED STATES COAST GUARD EXAMINATION AND HAS OBTAINED THE LICENSE OF APPRENTICE MATE (STEERSMAN) OF TOWING VESSEL OR ANY LICENSE HIGHER OR HAS OBTAINED A CHIEF ENGINEER (LIMITED-NEAR COASTAL) LICENSE WILL BE GRANTED CREDIT FOR MRN 100, MRN 101, MRN 200, MRN 201, MRN 202, AND MRN 208, UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF ANY TWELVE (12) COLLEGE CREDIT HOURS FROM A KCTCS INSTITUTION. NO OTHER COURSES WILL BE SUBSTITUTED FOR CREDIT. PARAMEDICINE: EMT-P NATIONAL REGISTRY EXAMINATION OR LICENSURE EXAMINATION A STUDENT WHO HAS PASSED THE EMT-P NATIONAL REGISTRY EXAMINATION OR A STATE LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION FOR PARAMEDIC AND IS CURRENTLY PRACTICING AS A PARAMEDIC AND HOLDS A PARAMEDIC LICENSE/CERTIFICATION MAY BE AWARDED THIRTYFIVE (35) SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS UPON THE COMPLETION OF TWELVE (12) COLLEGE CREDIT HOURS AND ACCEPTANCE INTO A KCTCS PARAMEDIC PROGRAM. CREDIT WILL BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS: EIGHT (8) CREDIT HOURS FOR INTRODUCTION TO PARAMEDIC PRACTICE, EIGHT (8) CREDIT HOURS FOR PARAMEDIC PRACTICE II, FIVE (5) CREDIT HOURS FOR PARAMEDIC PRACTICE III, SIX (6) CREDIT HOURS FOR CLINICAL PRACTICUM I AND EIGHT (8) CREDIT HOURS FOR FIELD INTERNSHIP I. PROFESSIONAL SECRETARY Guide to Educational Credit by Suggested KCTCS Courses Exam –CPS/CAP Recommendations Part I – Office Systems & Technology Computer Concepts– 3 credits OST 105 – Introduction to Information Systems (3) Computer Information OST 240 – Software Integration (3) Systems– 3 credits Part II – Office Administration Business Communications – 3 credits Records Management 3 credits Part III – Management Management & Supervision– 4 credits Human Resource Management – 3 credits Accounting – 1 credit OST 235 Business Communications (3) OST 160 Records and Database Management (3) BA 283 – Principles of Management (3) BA 274 – Human Resource Management (3) ACT 101 – Fundamentals of Accounting Recommended credit total : 20 Total credit: 21 RADIOGRAPHY QUESTIONS??