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2003-2004 Institutional Effectiveness Plans

ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION

Related College

Strategic Goal &

Objective

Objective

(Please number each objective and provide a detailed description)

Measurable

Outcome

Directly Related to the Objective

Expected Cost (Budget: Adequate or Increase $______)

Steps for Assessing Outcomes for each Objective

I.4

1. Achieve graduate placement rate benchmarks in each program

DES     90%

EMT/B  80%

EMT/P  90%

FST      90%

HIT       90%

OPH     90%

PTA      90%

RPC     95%

RAD     95%

UST     90%

 

Adequate

 

 

 

 

1. Each department will maintain contact with employers.

2, Provide employment information to students.

3. Work with Career Placement Center to place graduates.

4. Analysis of Reports from the Career Center relative to the 2003 grads

(Grads furthering education will be excluded from the cohort)

I.4

2. Achieve licensure/ registry/ certification passage rate benchmarks in each program

DES     90%

EMT/B  80%

EMT/P  90%

FST      N/A

HIT       90%

OPH     90%

PTA      85%

RPC     95%

RAD     95%

UST     90%

Adequate

1. Conduct mock exams

2. Maintain awareness of test requirements.

3. Verification of competencies required by licensing agencies.

4. Analysis of the reports from the respective reporting agencies relative to the 2003 graduates

I.4

3. Each program will develop and implement a plan for improvement of passage- rate scores

100% of programs will implement a plan by Jan. 15, 2004.

Adequate

Written report outlining plan and implementation schedule will be submitted to the Dean by each program no later than January 15, 2004

I.4

4. Each program will achieve employer satisfaction rating benchmark

Employers will rate graduates at least 3.75 on a 5-point scale

Adequate

1. Analysis of the report from the Career Center relative to the 2003 graduates

2. Investigate any area that did not meet standards.

3. Make changes to any area found deficient.

I.4

5.Accredita-tion of all accreditable/ eligible programs

Successful site visits and/or required responses

will be conducted/

completed in DES, EMT, OPH,RAD, UST, HIT

Adequate

1. Receive reports from accrediting agencies.

2. Curriculum revisions to be done in DES, EMT

3. Facilities upgrade in DES program.

4. Termination of EMT/I program.

 

 

Complete initial review to begin process of gaining FST

accreditation

2-15136

$1,000

1. Director will attend national conference on accreditation.

2. Director will make recommendations regarding accreditation process.

3. Self-study process (if funded) begun no later than Fall, 2004

VI.

VI.2

 

6. Designate courses and delivery systems for service to the  Sundquist and Livingston Centers

 

100% of selected courses will be reviewed and delivery systems determined

Adequate

1. Conduct surveys regarding needs & interests.

2. Organize meetings with appropriate individuals.

3. Seek funding for costs.

4. Appropriate courses included in Fall, 2004 schedule

X.1

 

 

7. Research and review new instructional programs with industry partners for possible 2004-2005 implementa-tion:

Reviews and needs assessments will be completed for:

Radiation  

    Therapy

Dental

    Hygiene

Cardiovascu-  

    lar Tech

Medical

    Assisting

Adequate

Formal proposals will be developed for programs which are selected for implementation

X.1

8. The COE will increase the activities conducted and facilities/ agencies served, with special emphasis on increasing service to the College’s healthcare strategic partners

The COE will increase activities conducted by at least 10% over the 2002-03 level. 

 

 

Adequate

1. Review of data regarding activities conducted and facility/agencies served.

2. Survey communities of interest.

3. Develop new courses if indicated.

4. Analysis of results.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI.2

9. Complete the conversion of PSG program to on-line

All courses will be developed NLT the end of Fall, 2004

Adequate

1Review other schools’ programs 2. Work with consultant to place courses on-line.

3. Two courses will be included in the Spring, 2004 schedule of classes.

4. At least two additional courses will be included in Fall, 2004 schedule of classes

 


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