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End of Pathway Assessments (EOPAs)

Georgia, like many other career and technical education programs around the nation, has worked in recent years to establish a measurement mechanism to ascertain the level of technical skill attainment on behalf of its career pathway completers.

Clayton County Public Schools is committed to ensuring our students are college and career ready! A Pathway Completer’s exiting assessment (or credentialing) opportunity not only supports the mandates set forth in the criteria of their career pathway but would also support Georgia students in their quest to leave high school with valuable credentials. The state’s technical skill attainment inventory is comprised of several measurement components:

   National Industry certifications,
   national occupational assessments, and
   state licensures and state developed assessments


Criminal Investigations - SkillsUSA
Personal Care Cosmetology - SkillsUSA
Construction Carpentry - SkillsUSA
Construction Electrical - SkillsUSA
Construction Masonry - SkillsUSA
Construction Plumbing - SkillsUSA
Engineering Drafting and Design - SkillsUSA
Audio Video Technology - SkillsUSA
Nutrition and Food Science - AAFCS Nutrition Wellness
Business Technology - MOS
Advanced Accounting - NOCTI
Business Accounting - NOCTI-Accounting Basics
Culinary Arts - NOCTI Cook Level 2
Financial Services - NOCTI-Financial Investment Planning
Marketing Management - OKCareerTech
Animal and Horticulture Systems
Engineering - State Developed Exam-NOCTI
Plant and Landscape Systems - State Developed-NOCTI
Plant and Floriculture Systems - Precision
Plant and Landscape Systems - Precision
Health Information Management - NCHSE
Nutrition and Food Science - ServSafe Manager
Automobile Maintenance Light Repair
Collision Repair - Non-Structural
Collision Repair - Painting-Refinishing
Computer Systems - A+
Web Digital Design - W3Schools-HTML


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