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TITLE 40SOCIAL SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE
PART 20TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION
CHAPTER 807CAREER SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
SUBCHAPTER HCOURSES OF INSTRUCTION
RULE §807.124Stated Occupation

(a) The school shall ensure that each program prepares the student for the stated occupation.

(b) The school shall demonstrate that a student who successfully completes the program is more likely to be employed in the stated occupation than an individual who does not complete the program, all other things being equal.

(c) The school shall identify a demonstrable occupational demand for the stated occupation. The Commission may consider the following in evaluating the school's statement of occupational demand:

  (1) publications of established relevant occupational associations;

  (2) targeted occupation lists of boards, if approved by the Commission, or other local or state entities;

  (3) references to advertisements in media for employment;

  (4) occupation employment rate of students;

  (5) percentage of graduating students who have previously completed the same or substantially similar program and who have obtained employment in the same or substantially similar stated occupation for which they have been trained;

  (6) relative supply and demand for the stated occupation, including letters from potential employers that describe their need for trained employees; and

  (7) reports or publications relating to the specific occupational demand.


Source Note: The provisions of this §807.124 adopted to be effective August 28, 2006, 31 TexReg 6803

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