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Course Offerings

Teacher Academy I

• 2 semesters; 2 units

This course is designed for any student who is interested in the field of education as a career. Students are allowed to observe in at least three classrooms throughout the year. They are exposed to both the historical aspect of education and the current events affecting education. Students observe one day per week and are in the classroom the remaining days. Students are expected to take a standardized test, CPAS, at the close of the course. 

Teacher Academy II

• 2 semesters; 2 units

This course is designed for all year one Teacher Academy students. Students will again observe at least three classrooms throughout the year, two days per week. Teacher Academy II students are required to work directly with students and teach a mini-lesson and complete a PBA.  

Business Fundamentals 1 (110720)

• 2 semesters, 2 units

This course begins with an introduction to business and marketing fundamentals, communication and interpersonal skills, and professional development for continues education, training, and careers in business management. This course also includes nine weeks of economics instruction.

 

Business Fundamentals II (Marketing) (070122)

• 2 semesters; 2 units
• Prerequisite: Business Fundamentals I

This course continues to expose students to business and marketing fundamentals, communication and interpersonal skills, and professional development for continues education, training, and careers in business management. This course also includes nine weeks of personal finance instruction.

 

Furniture Manufacturing

• All Year; 2 Units

This course is designed to introduce the student to the world of advanced manufacturing and establish a foundation for manufacturing knowledge. Students will explore basic manufacturing materials and processes, tools, techniques, and produce products. Students will have first-hand experience in learning how to safely use equipment to produce products under the instruction and guidance of industry experts.  Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to receive the National Center for Construction Educational Research (NCCER) international certification as well as dual credit opportunities.

 

Advanced Manufacturing

• All Year; 2 Units

This course is designed to introduce the student to the world of manufacturing and establish a foundation for manufacturing knowledge in the furniture industry. Students will explore basic manufacturing, materials, tools, techniques, and processes. Students will have first-hand experience in learning how to safely operate equipment to produce products under the instruction and guidance of knowledgeable instructors.  Upon completion of the program, students will have the knowledge and experience to obtain a quality job in the furniture industry if they so choose. Also, students will be eligible to receive the National Center for Construction Educational Research (NCCER) international certification as well as dual credit opportunities.

 

 

BALDWYN CAREER ADVANCEMENT CENTER

  512 North Fourth Street
  Baldwyn, MS 38824

   662-365-0062

  

The Baldwyn Career Advancement Center adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without regard to race, sex, color, creed, or national origin. The Baldwyn Career Advancement Center welcomes students who are disabled, disadvantaged, or of limited English Proficiency. Assistance and other services are provided for all who need help in successfully completing vocational training.

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