Monitoring of College Purposes
The FVTC mission is delineated by eight purposes embodied in the college's key offerings and used to direct and monitor its efforts. Since 1994, college performance related to each purpose has been systematically analyzed by a cross-section of staff and thoroughly reviewed by the Board of Trustees on an annual cycle.
This data-based evaluation process, known as Performance Monitoring, drives both important recognition of accomplishments and improvement strategies. The links below include the most recent reports approved by the Board of Trustees:
scale, with 5 being highest (FVTC Performance Monitoring Report) (pdf)
|Purpose||2010-11 Rating*|| 2011-12 |
|Offer related academic
and technical support courses for joint labor/management apprenticeship
degree, technical diploma, and certificate level programs which provide the
skills and knowledge necessary to address occupational competencies from initial
job entry to advanced certification.
|Provide basic skills
programming necessary to enhance the success of students.
deliver customized training, consulting services, and technical assistance in
partnership with public and private sector employers to further economic
secondary schools, colleges, and universities to enable students’ smooth passage
between educational systems.
|Provide training and
education to upgrade the occupational skills of individuals and the business and
industry work force and provide community services and avocational or
counseling services necessary to enhance the success of students. Offer
educational programming and supportive services for special populations to
address barriers prohibiting participation in education and