Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School :

Teach occupational, career and technical, or vocational subjects at the secondary school level in public or private schools.

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About the Job

Indiana Average Salary $52,900.00
Average Time to Fill 44 days
Typical Education Bachelor's Degree
Typical Experience Over 4 years, up to and including 6 years
10 Year Projected Openings (2016-2026) 952
10 Year Expected Percentage Change (2016-2026) 5.28 %

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Skills Profile

Essential (Soft) Skills

Essential Skills to Employers

Oral Communication
Critical Thinking
Attention to Detail
Work Ethic
Information Gathering
Conflict Management
Technology and Tool Usage
Written Communication
Resource Allocation
Customer Service
Intellectual Risk-taking

Top Job Duties and Responsibilities

Training and Teaching Others

Adapt course of study to meet student needs
Develop educational assessment materials
Develop strategies or programs for students with special needs
Develop lesson, course, or training objectives
Apply multiple teaching methods
Develop teaching aids
Plan educational or learning activities
Develop educational and instructional programs
Update educational curriculum
Select method of instruction
Select teaching materials
Establish rules or policies governing student behavior
Plan experiential learning activities
Evaluate students for needs, skills, or educational potential
Manage decorum in meetings or group sessions
Develop educational presentations
Prepare educational or training related reports or presentations
Prepare audio-visual teaching aids
Prepare tests
Develop instructional materials
Create learning materials with technology-based delivery systems
Organize educational material or ideas
Administer tests to assess educational needs or progress
Evaluate student performance
Determine student problems
Monitor student progress
Determine student learning levels
Teach work-related or interest-based courses
Teach sports rules or techniques
Teach secondary or post-secondary courses
Apply early childhood education techniques
Teach laboratory safety
Demonstrate construction procedures
Teach others to use technology or equipment

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Digital Radio Broadcast Specialist (DRB) (18-0000000249)

Specialist Certifications To establish a benchmark of individual strengths, the National Certification Committee created the concept of Specialist Certifications. To apply for a specialist certification, you must currently hold certification on the Broadcast Engineer, Senior Broadcast Engineer or Professional Broadcast Engineer Certification level. Exams are three hours and consist of 50 multiple-choice questions. One essay-type question will be selected for each designation. Each essay question is worth 20 points. Digital Radio Broadcast Specialist (DRB) The SBE Program of Certification designed the Digital Radio Broadcast Specialist Certification to help evaluate an individual's ability to perform the necessary tasks to build and keep facilities operating properly. It will qualify an individual's knowledge of digital radio broadcasting including audio rocessing, studio-to-transmitter links and transmission of multi-channel digital program streams. The specialist exam will include knowledge of importers, exporters, the various methods of combining analog and digital transmitters to antenna systems, delivery of digital audio signals and data to transmitter sites, transmitter emission mask measurements, AM and FM FCC rules, monitoring of digital signals and bandwidth requirements for AM antenna systems

- The Society of Broadcast Engineers, Inc. (3178469000)

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