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Utah Population Definitions

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Secondary Student Populations:

Completer: Vocational Concentrator who graduates from High School.

Concentrator: Student who completes three semesters (1.5) credits of training in level 01 funded courses in the same ATE program area during grades 9-12. An ATE Program area consists of all courses beginning with the same first two digits of the CIP code.

Tech Prep: 1) Students who are enrolled in the secondary portion of an articulated Tech-Prep program; 2) Student SEOP reflects the student’s career area and specific goals are identified that lead the student toward successful completion of the career goal and Tech-Prep program; 3) Students who complete a minimum of three applied technology education courses within a program area (vocational concentrators). Coursework can be completed 9th-12th grade. (Report tech prep secondary completers at the end of the 12th grade.)

Participant: No Information Available

Postsecondary Student Populations:

Completer: ATC/ATCSRs-Preparatory student who completes 60 hours or more of training (same as concentrator). Keep in mind ATC/ATCSRs are open-entry, open-exit and competency-based institutions. Credit or degrees are not given, and students are not expected to receive certificates or degrees in order to complete their training. COLLEGE- Concentrator who graduates from college (receives a degree or certificate)

Concentrator: ATC/ATCRs -Adults completing 60 or more membership hours in preparatory programs. COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES -Full-time students (initially registering as full-time) with declared majors in ATE Certificates, or A.A.S. or approved Applied Technology Education A.S. Degrees.

Tech Prep: No Information Available

Participant: No Information Available