The Division of Workforce Partnerships works in close collaboration with industry and business leaders to ensure the college's offerings are meeting both current and future workforce needs. The division provides Workforce, Adult Education, and Transportation Education programs as well as Career Service and Employer Solutions offerings in service to the Rhode Island community and beyond.
The Electrical Instructor will create a safe academic environment that encourages student engagement, while effectively delivering the program curriculum. As such, the instructor is expected to plan, organize, and teach in a manner that produces student competency in the discipline area.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Track, document, and ensure students have the 144 required hours at the completion of the program year
• Ensure that state and national apprenticeship standards are being met
• Along with Lead Instructor sign off on student attendance and hours at the end of each school week
• Adhere to CCRI policies and legal regulations
• Communicate expectations, assignments and responsibilities clearly and professionally to students
• Develop a syllabus that clearly outlines the course requirements, goals, and objectives of the course. Submits a digital copy of syllabus to the DPD or designee.
• Prepares class sessions and assignments to help students grasp course content and how it integrates with overall student learning outcomes for the course
• Teaches course according to the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) standards and in accordance with defined course standards and outcomes
• Creates a learning environment that encourages student involvement and participation
• Documents students' attendance, participation, and academic progress
• Submits course grades to DWP or designee by assigned date
• Must be able to use technology in classroom instruction
• Is accessible to students should matters of academic success present themselves
• Perform other duties as assigned
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