The Destinations Career Program
Your student can prepare for college and career with the ITCA Destinations Career Program.
What is Destinations?
Destinations gives students exposure to relevant technical and specialty trade skills from career technical education (CTE) courses built around four career fields, allowing them to explore occupations of interest. These engaging, content-rich courses expand the traditional education experience and maximize a student’s ability to succeed in the community and workforce. Successful completion of these courses may help students prepare for industry certification tests after graduation.*
Students at Idaho Technical Career Academy (ITCA), a K12 Destinations Program are involved in engaging, relevant career-related experiences, both in and out of class. They can explore occupations of interest by taking career technical education (CTE) courses built around six programs in four career areas. These engaging, content-rich courses expand the traditional education experience and maximize a student's ability to succeed in the community and workforce. Successful completion of these courses may help students prepare for industry certification tests after graduation.*
CTE courses are based on the knowledge and skills required for each career program in the following career areas:
- Business Management and Administration: Careers in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Learn more about Business Management and Administration.
- Health Science: Careers in planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. Learn more about Health Science.
- Web and Digital Communications: Building linkages in Web Design occupations for entry level, and professional careers related to design, development, support, management and multimedia. Learn more about Web Design.
- Manufacturing: Careers in planning, managing, and processing materials into intermediate or final products, and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance, and manufacturing-process engineering. Learn more about Automated Manufacturing.
* In some programs it may be necessary for students to attend ITCA for at least two years to have enough exposure to career technical education (CTE) courses to be best prepared for certification testing. Microsoft Office certifications may be earned as early as after one semester.