Curriculum for Virtual Classrooms
With recent global developments having virtual classrooms has become essential to the success of students. All curriculum categories discussed below can be created for virtual classrooms. This can include a designated website or using platforms such as Google Classroom to create opportunities for students. With the current capabilities of technology, students have an advantage in courses that at minimum are supplemented by online learning.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are the areas of highest earning in the United States often called the scalable career fields. With this in mind, students need opportunities to be exposed to the various career options in STEM. The curriculum is designed for students uncertain of their specific path or just learning about career options to have diverse exposure to the most advantageous areas of education.
Architecture & Architectural Graphics
The first career path of the founder of Stacer Group, architecture, is an ever adapting career field that is about providing space for all people to live, work and play. Curriculum can either be centered around architecture as a theory or architecture as a practice. Regardless of the selection architectural graphical representation is also introduced with Adobe Suite programs such as InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator being explored.
Business Administration & Management
One of the most diverse areas of study is business. Understanding the various concepts early on can provide an advantage to growing any career within a diverse number of industries. The curriculum is centered on six functional areas which are strategy, marketing, finance, human resources, technology and operations. If your students are focusing on a specific functional area curriculum can be adapted for a higher emphasis in finance, for example.
Construction Management & Technology
Construction is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States and globally. When most people hear construction they think of skilled trades, however construction is much larger. The industry includes engineers, estimators, schedulers and project managers to name a few. The curriculum is based around NCCER certifications and early college construction management courses with an industry ready approach. CMIT readiness is also an option.
Computer Aided Design & Drafting
Computer Aided Design (CAD) has developed drastically since the introduction of Sketchpad when designers began moving away from drafting tables to software in order to meet ever growing industry demands. Our CAD curriculum is designed to achieve industry-based certifications to be ready for career placement. We focus on Autodesk certifications but can assist in navigating other competitive software.