2020 Distance Learning Adaptation


Message from the President

Our hearts and minds are with you all at this time. As the current President of the National Council for Continuing Education and Training, and the Director of Polk State’s Corporate College, I wish to provide you with both information and positive expectations. You don’t need more facts about the coronavirus, the experts are tending to that.

Much has been said of the current disruption to our schools, our industry partners and our related organizations. I want to assure you that our Board of Directors and volunteer committee members are dedicated to identifying what is needed most by our members during this time. For now, I am happy to say that there are exciting new options on the table.

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NCCET is incredibly grateful for especially proud of our Vendor Partners.

NCCET...adding value to our members.

2019 Exemplary Program Award Winners!

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These nominations were reviewed by a committee of NCCET Board members and other NCCET members who selected outstanding programs in the following categories.

How is this program an example of best practices in promoting growth in revenue and student attendance? Targeted areas might include, but are not limited to, Marketing Communications, Student Recruitment, Prospecting Corporate Clients, Sourcing Funding Options for Students, Tactical Planning for Growth, and Capacity-building.

Was the program created to provide new ways of thinking, new skill-sets, new business communication capabilities, or new ways of engagement to succeed in today's business marketplace?

How is the program truly unique and innovative in providing continuous professional development for college staffs?

Acknowledging Bellwether nominees in workforce development.

2019 Exemplary Program Award Winners!


I have been an active member of NCCET since the late 90's and during that time have enjoyed my affiliation and service to the organization as a conference presenter, Board member, and even as president for the organizationin 2014-2015. More than that, however, the strength of NCCET is the individual and institutional member who contribute their knowledge, skills and abilities in providing best practices to practioners in workforce development and continuing education. Thanks for your contributions and ongoing support. And for those who are considering joining NCCET, sign up now! It will make a difference in your professional life.

Dr. Paul Koehnke

Dr. Paul KoehnkeCentral Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC