Call for Presentations
The National Council for Continuing Education and Training (NCCET) invites you to submit a proposal for concurrent session presentation at the 2013 Annual Conference to be held October 7-9, 2013, in Baltimore, Maryland. A concurrent session is a presentation offered to participants simultaneously. Each concurrent session is one hour in length.
The National Council for Continuing Education and Training (NCCET) is an affiliated council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). NCCET is committed to providing its members with benefits that keep them up to date on new trends, help maintain a personal and professional network, and give access to the latest leading-edge programs throughout the country.
The NCCET leadership is active on the national scene, working with AACC Commissions, such as the Commissions on Economic and Workforce Development, and Learning and Communications Technologies. NCCET has actively been contributing to national policy development through our sponsorship of national colloquia on certification and credentialing (2001) and transcripting (2003), as well as our authorship of white papers on these important topics.
Our constituents are continuing education leaders, professionals, and innovators in community and technical colleges. Other important stakeholders are our corporate partners.
About the Annual Conference
The NCCET Annual Conference is held in the fall of each year, rotating its hosted city within the United States. Typically, the annual conference participants number in the range of 250 to 300. Participants come from throughout the entire United States from a wide variety of positions within their institutions. It is a very dynamic event where individuals attend to learn, network, and plan to take away valuable information that they can use in their current role.
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The criteria for selection include the following:
- Consistency with one of the conference tracks
- Clarity in describing purpose, objectives, outcomes, content and strategies for involvement & learning
- Adherence to proposal guidelines and requirements
- Value of the session to the audience and the profession
- Qualifications of the presenter(s)
Conference Tracks and Recommended Topics
The tracks for 2013 are:
- Contract and Customized Training
- Workforce Development and Continuing Education
- Community Enrichment
- Marketing, Funding, Profit Center Operations, Staff Personal Development
Recommended topics within each track include:
Contract and Customized Training
- Certificate Programs and Industry Certifications
- Unique Approaches to Corporate Training Partnerships
- Effective Needs Assessment Techniques
- Corporate Training
- Demonstrating ROI for Training
- Effective Online Evaluation Tools
- Blending and Online Learning
Workforce Development and Continuing Education
- Degree Paths Articulation - Career Pathways
- Apprenticeship Models
- Unique Approaches
- Successful Non-Credit/Credit Programing
- Distance Education – Online Course Development – Challenges and Benefits
- Industry-Focused Training (Healthcare, Manufacturing, Energy, Information Systems)
- Lifestyle Programs
- Youth Camps aand Programs
- Senior Programs
- Collaboration and Funding Models
- Unique Approaches
- Mix for Best Results
Marketing, Funding, Profit Center Operations, Staff Personal Development
- Grants and Funding Strategies
- Organizational Structure for CE
- Business Plan Development
- Program Management and Evaluation
- Efficiencies in Processes - Lean
- Funding Models for Self Sustaining Programs
- Sales Strategies and Staffing Models
- Accountabilities Measures
Accepted presenters will be given a $50 discount on the registration fees. Neither honoraria nor expenses will be paid to breakout session presenters. All presenters are required to register and pay the conference registration fee.
Use this online form to complete the information:
Mail, Fax, or Email Attachment
You may mail, fax, or email as an attachment this interactive PDF Document:
PO Box 2916
Columbus, OH 43216-2916
Fax: (888) 853-2213
Deadline for submissions is NOW April 22, 2013. Primary contacts will be notified of proposal status by May 1, 2013.
Contact the NCCET Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 771-0179 with questions.
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