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Workforce Continuing Education

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Workforce Continuing Education






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Workforce Continuing Education

Operations an CE AccountabilityProfessional DevelopmentSlide2

Educational accountability targets either the processes or results of education.

Desired goals are identified Measures are identified for determining whether the goals are met

Criteria are defined to determine when measures demonstrate that goals have or have not been met

CE AccountabilitySlide3

Types of Accountability

System – educational system responsibilities for student resultsExample: Goal - increases in performance in state tests (i.e. BLET) for groups of studentsMeasurement – administration of BLET testCriteria – benchmark of pass performance (i.e. 75%)

Rewards/sanctions – ability to maintain program, attract students

CE AccountabilitySlide4

Types of Accountability

Process – compliance with laws and regulationsExample:Goal – applied CE fee waiver rules appropriatelyMeasurement – completion of internal audit (checklist) that identifies the requirementsCriteria –

number of elements within internal audit checkedRewards/sanctions – audit exceptions, financial penalties

CE AccountabilitySlide5

Types of AccountabilityIndividual – student, faculty and staff responsibility for student achievement

ExampleGoal – student must pass a credential test to successfully exit courseMeasurement – credential test covering relevant topicsCriteria – required passing score on testRewards/sanctions – access to credential

CE AccountabilitySlide6

Where is Continuing Education today?

1D SBCC 300.96 (

c) – Continuing Education Program Management

Each college's

local board of trustees must adopt a policy

which requires the development and implementation of an

internal audit plan

.

Each college is required to

publish, maintain and utilize

an internal audit plan.

The college

presidents shall periodically report to the board

of trustees on the findings of the internal audit.

The internal plan must be

submitted to the Department

for compliance review.

CE AccountabilitySlide7

Where is Continuing Education today?

CC00 – 147 Revisions to Accountability and Credibility Plan for Continuing Education

Class Visitations

Student Membership VerificationInstructor Verification

College Approval for Conducting a CE Class

College Responsibility for Accuracy in Reporting Practices in CE Programs

CE AccountabilitySlide8

Where is Continuing Education today?

1D SBCC 300.96

(c) AND CC00 – 147 are at best PROCESS measures.

The current SBCCC Internal Audit Plan for CE is a Plan Compliance Review Checklist

Why is this important?

CE AccountabilitySlide9

Rigor, Relevance and Results

Industry Credentials

State Credentials

CE to CU credit options

Education to Employment measures

Data driven decisions

CE AccountabilitySlide10

CE Accountability

IACET 2007 Standards for Continuing Education and Training

Internal Controls

1.

Continuing Education and Training Organization

6.

Planning and Instructional Personnel

2.

Responsibility and Control

7.

Content and Instructional Methods

3.

The Learning Environment and Support Systems

8.

Assessment of Learning Outcomes

4.

Learning Event Planning

9.

System for Awarding CEUs and Maintaining Learner Records

5.

Learning Outcomes

10.

Program Evaluation Slide11

Data Decisions

Accountability/CredibilityFundingSpecial InitiativesNC Back to WorkResource UtilizationSlide12

Analyze

DataResearchDesign

Reports

ToolsDevelopment

Processes

Implementation

Outcomes

Measurements

Data in Continuing Education

Accountability

Efficiency

Client Expectations

Academic PoliciesSlide13

So much data – where to start?Internal

ColleagueData WarehouseExternalCommerceDepartment of Labor

Analyze - DataSlide14

Management Reports

XCES – Estimated FTE

Membership

XCLS – Status (Cancel)Slide15

Colleague PlusSlide16

Analyze – Program Mix

Public Safety & Health – 48%

Public Safety & Health – 54%Slide17

Analyze – Program Mix + BSP

BSP/Health/Public Safety – 67%

BSP/Health/Public Safety – 78%Slide18

Analyze – Program Details

COLLEAGUE

Analysis of internal patterns:

Course Titles

Frequency

FTE

Membership

HoursSlide19

Analyze – Program Details

Analysis of trends across colleges based on pertinent variables:

Size of institution

Geography

Industry concentrations

Commuting patterns

DATA WAREHOUSESlide20

Analyze – Cancellations

Analysis of cancellation trends:

Titles

Hours

Program Area

COLLEAGUESlide21

Analyze - TrendsSlide22

Analyze – Tiered Funding

Analysis of Tier 2 eligible courses:

Titles

Hours

Frequency

Estimated FTE

TIER 2 PREFIX – ELIGIBLE FOR T2 FUNDINGSlide23

Analyze – Tiered Funding

Analysis of Tier 2 eligible courses that do not meet Tier 2 criteria:

Titles

Hours

Frequency

Estimated FTE

TIER 2 PREFIX – NOT ELIGIBLE FOR T2 FUNDINGSlide24

Labor MarketUnemployment

Employers - Existing industriesGrowing industriesNew industriesExiting industriesCommuting patterns

ResearchSlide25

Research

Labor Market

Employers

Who is where

State level changes impacting employers and industry

Opportunities for support/partnershipsSlide26

Research

Peer Colleges

New Programs

Innovative Delivery

Best Practices

PartnershipsSlide27

Research

Competitors

Other Colleges

Private Educational

O

rganizations

Training Vendors

Industry/Agency

Originated Training

Competitive Innovation

MOOC

mOOC

SPOC

BadgesSlide28

Design & Development

Industry Standards & Expectations

Partnerships

Employers

JobLink

Career Centers

Division of Workforce Solutions

Chamber

Workforce Boards

Peer colleges

Internal Collaborations

Academic levels

Student SupportSlide29

Implementation

Implementation

Training Program

Outcome Assessments

Quality review

Program reviewSlide30

Professional Development

Continuing Education Professional Development Opportunities

Senior CE Administrator Mentorship Program

Senior CE Administrator Monthly Update

CE Accountability/Credibility Forum

CE – CIS RoundtableSlide31

Final Questions

Remaining questions?