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Grading System

 

Students study under a competency-based system and are graded as competency requirements are satisfactorily completed.A completed Occupation Completion Point (OCP) may be assigned a letter and/or a numeric grade. The following approved grading scale is used to report student achievement. Some programs might have a different grading scale based on certain qualifications and Industry Certification standards. See your instructor for specifics.

 

Grading Scale

A = 90 - 100%

The attitude and behavior of the student fully meet occupational expectations. The student participates constructively in every class session, maintains a regular schedule of completed tasks, and gives evidence of an enthusiastic and positive attitude. The student can perform skills without supervision and with initiative and adaptability. 

B = 80 - 89%

The attitude and behavior of the student meet occupational expectations. The student participates in most class activities, completes tasks on schedule, cooperates well with the instructor and other students, and demonstrates a positive attitude. The student can perform required skills satisfactorily without assistance or supervision.
 

C = 70 - 79%

The student shows evidence of meeting minimal occupational expectations. The student participates irregularly, makes minimal progress, and is sometimes off task. There is evidence that student lacks a positive attitude towards training and occupational goals. The student can perform required skills satisfactorily but requires some assistance or supervision.

D = 60 - 69%

The student needs to make considerable improvement in attitude and work habits to meet occupational standards. The student does not participate productively, is often off task, and does not take necessary responsibility. The student can perform parts of the required skills satisfactorily but requires considerable assistance and/or supervision.

F = 0 - 59%

There are serious questions about the student's work attitude and behaviors. The student should rethink his/her personal objectives and career goals. The student cannot perform the required skills.