PathFinder Session 12 - Downloadable document below
There is a long list of topics that we had initially intended to share with you during this session.
- Our newly established NCCET membership programs for 2020 has been detailed in our website, but I look forward to providing a more detailed explanation of where we are going.
- Our commitment to offering an ongoing series of conferences like this will be an important motivation for membership and sustained renewal each year.
- This year we also kicked off new programs that are free to all members like the Tapestry Learning Place…
… but we believe the most important new initiative in place this year, that will deliver the greatest benefit to our member schools, is the creation of our new NCCET Regional Field Organization. While we remain the National Council for Continuing Education and Training, the CE and Workforce Development needs of our schools in different parts of the country will obviously differ. We now have eleven different regions that can be sensitive to the unique demographics, industries, employers, climates, and member schools within each region. The driving force within each region will be the Regional Director who will serve as a direct link between the regional areas and the national organization. NCCET Executive Director, Ed Harper will hold an informal gathering of our first Regional Directors.
NCCET has taken a strong stand in not making you wait for the all-clear signals.
Whether you are one of our newly established Associate Member schools or an Institutional Member that has been with us for years, in light of the pandemic, you deserve to know how NCCET plans to move forward in providing you with the conferencing services that justify your membership dollars.
Survey Results Show COVID 19 Impact Will Change the Operations, Staffing, Programming, and Instruction Forever.
The challenges facing higher education and the Continuing Education division have disrupted the current practice of work and will change the way programming, instruction, and operations will be conducted in the future. During my 21 years as a Manager, AVP/Dean, and Assistant Vice Chancellor in three states at community colleges – one constant has been that technology has always been forcing change in higher education. COVID 19 will change the operations, staffing, programming, and instruction forever.