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Work-Based Courses Toolkit: Bringing College to the Production Line

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This 175-page toolkit provides guidance to community college administrators and faculty who are interested in bringing the work-based learning model to college courses. "Work-based courses are community college courses that have been redesigned in partnership with employers so competencies are taught not only in the classroom or lab but also through the job itself." This toolkit contains teaching tips that introduce the six steps of implementation, as well as related tools and resources for in-depth support for program design and implementation process.

This toolkit includes the following sections: Section 1: Assessing Whether Work-Based Courses are Right for Your College, Section 2: Building a Team and Institutional Support, Section 3: Designing the Course and Curriculum, Section 4: Training Employer Supervisors and Mentors, Section 5: Delivering the Work-Based Course, and Section 6: Connecting Workers to College. 

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