Family and Human Services II
Family and Human Services II continues to prepare students for the provision of human services to individuals and families. Students gain hands-on experience in the principal activities of the field by assessing the effect of caregiving on the family; assessing work-family integration; examining ethical and professional concerns related to the field; assisting individuals with diverse needs and challenges, including caring for older adults and providing physical care; managing the home environment; managing food to meet nutritional needs and specialized dietary constraints; demonstrating communication skills that are important in the field; and seeking employment in the field. Students develop skills in critical thinking, practical problem-solving, and cultural awareness. Contextual instruction and student participation in co-curricular career and technical student organization (CTSO) activities will develop leadership, interpersonal, and career skills. High-quality work-based learning (HQWBL) will provide experiential learning opportunities related to students' career goals and/or interests, integrated with instruction, and performed in partnership with local businesses and organizations.
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A combination of this course and those below, equivalent to two 36-week courses, is a concentration sequence. Students wishing to complete a specialization may take additional courses based on their career pathways. A program completer is a student who has met the requirements for a CTE concentration sequence and all other requirements for high school graduation or an approved alternative education program.
- Career, Community and Family Connections (18 Weeks)
- Career, Community and Family Connections (36 Weeks)
- Child Development and Parenting (18 Weeks)
- Child Development and Parenting (36 Weeks)
- Family and Human Services I (36 Weeks)
- Family Relations (18 Weeks)
- Family Relations (36 Weeks)
- GRADS (Graduation, Reality, and Dual-Role Skills): Family Focus (18 Weeks)
- GRADS (Graduation, Reality, and Dual-Role Skills): Family Focus (36 Weeks)
- GRADS (Graduation, Reality, and Dual-Role Skills): Work Focus (36 Weeks)
- Independent Living (18 Weeks)
- Independent Living (36 Weeks)
- Introduction to Early Childhood Education (18 Weeks)
- Introduction to Early Childhood Education (36 Weeks)
- Introduction to Family and Human Services (18 Weeks)
- Introduction to Family and Human Services (36 Weeks)
- Nutrition and Wellness (18 Weeks)
- Nutrition and Wellness (36 Weeks)
Industry Credentials (Only apply to 36-week courses)
- College and Work Readiness Assessment (CWRA+)
- Family and Community Services Assessment (AAFCS)
- Family and Community Services Assessment (NOCTI)
- Leadership Essentials Assessment
- National Career Readiness Certificate Assessment
- Personal Care Services Assessment
- Workplace Readiness Skills for the Commonwealth Examination
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