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1 Leadership Institute for Continuing Education Administrators NCCCAEA March 28, 2013

2  Instruction where the instructional unit of measure is usually clock hours, continuing education units (CEUs) or competency assessments  No Grades, Grades or Pass/Fail vary greatly from state to state and institution to institution  Common disciplines  English as a Second Language (ESL) courses  Pre-collegiate basic skills courses  Workforce Development courses / programs  Apprenticeship programs  Licensure or Certification preparation courses / programs

3  Minimum qualifications for faculty  Major reliance on part-time faculty  Lack of policies regarding course repetition  Lack of student performance assessment  Few resources for data collection and monitoring student progress  Lack of course / program approval through a governance system  Lack of alignment with a credit program  Lack of a program review  Accreditation issues

4  Descriptions and Definitions  Departments – both CE and CU  Programs of Study – both CE and CU  Prerequisites – placement test scores, courses, acceptance into program of study  Students – time frames  Registrar’s office  Procedures  Initiating the request – completing form(s)  Approving the request – Administrators  Posting the credit on student’s transcript

5  Policy statement  Departments – both CE and CU  Programs of Study – both CE and CU  Perquisites – placement test scores, courses, acceptance into program of study  Students – time frames  Registrar’s office  Procedures  Initiating the request – completing form(s)  Approving the request – Administrators  Posting the credit on student’s transcript  Non-credit to Credit Crosswalk  Credit and Non-credit equivalent course syllabi or outlines

6  Credit Course  Course designator  Course title  Credits awarded  Contact hours  Non-credit Course(s)  Course designator(s)  Course title(s)  Contact hours

7  The non-credit course(s) must have a defined number of contact hours  The non-credit course(s) must cover the same content (competencies)  The non-credit course(s) must be taught by a qualified instructor  The student must have received a minimum grade of “C or Better” or “P – pass” or present a “competency achievement record”

8  Workforce Development  Technical training – maintenance technician, solar PV installer  Apprenticeships – machinist, electrician  Healthcare training – nurse aid, home health aid  Career training – medical secretary, medical insurance and billing (If there is no aligned credit program, articulation with a completion degree such as Technical Studies or General Studies is often possible)

9  Certification awarded by a government body  Law Enforcement Officers Training – State regulated  State Registry for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)  Certification awarded by a national credentialing body  Child Development Associate (CDA) – National Association for the Education of Young Children  Certification awarded by an industry recognized body  Cisco – Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)  NIMS – National Institute for Metalworking Skills (CNC Milling Operations)

10  Keeps students on a continuum of learning  Enables community colleges to recruit credit students from within – saves dollars  Saves students and financial aid granting agencies dollars - learning is not duplicated  Saves students time - learning is not duplicated  Promotes “one college “ concept – CE and CU both have an equally important role to play in helping students achieve their goal(s)

11  Policy and Procedures  Non-credit to Credit Course Crosswalk – Matrix  Credit and Non-credit Course Equivalencies  Credit course syllabus  Non-credit courses syllabi

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