Most recently amended by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education: June 22, 2021
(1) Criteria for Candidacy for the Certificate of Occupational ProficiencyIn order to qualify as a candidate for the Certificate of Occupational Proficiency in a specific vocational technical education program, a student must possess a portfolio containing at a minimum a competency profile demonstrating the acquisition of the knowledge and skills associated with at least two years of full-time study in the program, as well as a career plan, safety credential and a resume.
(2) Criteria for Receiving the Certificate of Occupational ProficiencyIn order to receive the Certificate of Occupational Proficiency, a student must qualify as a candidate for the Certificate of Occupational Proficiency, have acquired a state competency determination for high school graduation, and be in good standing to graduate from the high school in which they are enrolled.
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Last Updated: June 24, 2021
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