Thank you for your interest in Career Pathways Roadmaps.
This Web Tool is for academic developers only. To view published Career Pathways Roadmaps with Florida TRADE, please visit: https://www.fltrade.org/
What is the Florida TRADE Career Pathways Web Tool?
This is a customization Career Pathways mapping software platform that was developed initially by the State of Oregon. This Web Tool will make maps of education and workforce pathways (known as "Roadmaps" and "Programs of Study (POST)") that include courses, occupations, wages, competencies or skills, certificates, degrees, credentials, articulation agreements, etc. These resources then become interactive and usable by a range of audiences outside of the Web Tool, including educators, workforce and economic development professionals, Florida lawmakers, and students.
What Are Roadmap Drawings?
Career Pathways Roadmaps are visual tools (or drawings) providing students and high school and community college advisors/counselors to learn about options and opportunities to navigate their own education and career plans and choices. Each Roadmap includes common information elements and follows standards so that all
Roadmaps have a similar look across all schools.
What Are POST Drawings?
POST stands for "Program of Study Templates". POST Drawings map high school and community college programs of study together.
What You Can Do as a User of the Web Tool!
As a user of the Career Pathways Roadmap Web Tool you will be able to develop, collaborate, track, edit, copy and publish Career Pathways Roadmap and POST drawings to your organization's website.
Do You Need An Overview of the Project? Do You Need to Understand Next Steps? Watch These Webinar Recordings Before You Get Started!
Part 1 - Florida TRADE Web Tool Overview & Initial Roadmap Drawings Orientation
Wednesday, June 10th, 2015
Part 2 - Roadmap Drawing Templates
Wednesday, June 17th, 2015
Just Getting Started?
Download this PDF step-by-step How-To Guide to begin developing and customizing your Career Pathways Roadmaps from pre-designed TRADE templates.
For questions, technical assistance, or training needs please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you by the next business day.
To learn more about this project under the Oregon Career Pathways Initiative, visit: