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Rodney Farrington, Hospitality Management Assistant Professor

The World of Hospitality

CONGRATULATIONS! You have won a travel pass to travel anywhere in the world. Your adventure is only limited by your imagination. With this amazing gift, your mission is to travel the world and discuss your trip and all its parts with the rest of the class. You will need an electronic device (laptop, cell phone, or computer) to research the trip. This Presentation is an introduction and overview of the many facets of the Hospitality, Travel and Tourism industry. It is to provide the students with an introductory look into the World of Hospitality, but also with an understanding of the world of business and particularly to business as it applies to the hospitality industry.

Standards: CTEI- Idaho Hospitality and Tourism Program Standards and Idaho Culinary Arts Program Content/Performance Standards and Idaho Teaching Standards: 1.0: Career Pathways and Industry Professional Standards; 1.1: Professional industry history, traditions and current trends; 1.2: Career paths and opportunities; 1.3: Professional and ethical workplace behaviors; 2.0: Business Essentials; 2.1: Business Structures; 2.2: Economic Impact; 2.3: Human Resources; 2.4: Sales and Marketing and accounting controls and concepts; 2.5: Safety and security; 2.6: Legal and ethical considerations

 

 

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Natalie H. Holman, Assistant Professor of Legal Support Programs

A Legal Career Without the Law Degree

Introduction to Legal Careers

Keywords: Law, legal careers, paralegal, legal practice assistant, court clerk, judicial assistant, legal researcher, contract specialist, title and abstract examiner, claims adjuster, court assistance officer, limited practice officer

Standards: Idaho CTE Standards, Administrative Services, Content Standards 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.4, 6.7.1, and 6.7.2; CCTC (Common Career Technical Core Standards) Legal Services Pathway (LW-LEG) Standards 1-8; and Idaho Content Standards, Social Studies, Goal 4.3

 

 

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Jay Kimble, Assistant Professor of Diesel Technology

Presentation 1: Careers and Work place practices in Diesel Technology

Basic information about careers available in heavy-duty commercial trucking industry and more.

Keywords: Career Path, Diesel Technology, Skills, and Industry expectations

Standards: Idaho Career & Technical Education Diesel standard 8.0; Explore Transportation Careers
Idaho Career & Technical Education Ag Mechanics and Power systems standard 9.0 Careers

PRESENTATION 2: Employability Skill and Workplace Practices

Employability Skills to help excel students further in their careers.

Keywords: Employability Skills, Career, Skills

Standards: Idaho Career & Technical Education Diesel Standards 1.0, 2.0, 8.0; Idaho Career & Technical Education Ag Mechanics and Power Systems Standards 1.0, 9.0, 10.0

 

 

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J.R. Kok, Assistant Professor, HVAC/R

Energy: Understanding How Household Electrical Appliances Work

 A course designed to explain electrical energy. Focus is on how electrical energy is converted to other energy forms for use in household appliances. For example, electrical energy may be converted to magnetism (induction loads) or heat (resistive loads). Students will discover how electricity influences their daily lives.

Standards: Idaho Content Standards in Science: PSP2-HS and PSC3-HS/ ICTE Electrical Year I Content Standard 2.0/ ICTE HVAC Year 2 Content Standard 3.0/ ICTE Industrial Mechanics Content Standard 6.0/ ICTE Electronics Technology Content Standard 2.0

 

 

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Bo Rose, Assistant Professor of Auto Mechanics Technology

PERFORMANCE ENGINES ( SUPERCHARGERS AND TURBOCHARGERS)

Talking about Turbocharging or Supercharging an engine, pros and cons

Keywords: Engine Performance Supercharger Turbocharger

Standards: CONTENT STANDARD 10.0: ANALYZE ENGINE PERFORMANCE (A8)

 

 

Jennifer Weeks

Jennifer Weeks, Associate Professor of Administrative Management

Access Basics

Hands-on instruction of basic Access. Students will learn about databases and terminology, create a database with tables, forms, queries, and reports.

Standards: Idaho Career and Technical Standards, Administrative Services, Content Standards 1.3.3, 1.3.2, 1.3.3, 1.3.4, 1.3.5.