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News Archive: July 2019

CETE Associates Take DACUM International Training to Kenya

John Moser, Program Lead for the DACUM International Training Center at the Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE), and Kate Fergus, Program Specialist at CETE, recently led two Developing a Curriculum (DACUM) Institutes in Naivasha, Kenya for Kenya Pipeline Company. DACUM is a job analysis process that incorporates the use of a group working with a trained facilitator to capture the major duties and related tasks included in an occupation, as well as the necessary knowledge, skills, tools, equipment, and behavioral traits required to successfully perform the work identified by the panelists. CETE hosts several five-day DACUM Institutes annually where individuals are trained in how to facilitate the process to analyze jobs, occupations, processes, or functions. These trainees are then able to conduct their own DACUM workshops at their organization, which is foundational to the development and implementation of competency-based education training and curricula.

Alicia Willis Leads Instructional Design Cohort

At CETE, associates strive to improve their own work as they often seek out others working in similar fields to collaborate with and share ideas. One of the ways CETE associates such as Alicia Willis, Greg Nagy, Sean Hickey, and Tricia Hughes-Fitzgerald do that is through the Instructional Design Cohort.