Your Invitation: NCCET 2022
We Invite You to Our Conference
To our continuing education and workforce development communities, welcome to 2022 and to the National Council for Continuing Education and Training. With this communication… we invite you to participate in our 51st National Conference event next month in Austin, Texas. This is, without question, the best possible vehicle for understanding the value of membership in NCCET.
The NCCET Conference includes safety protocols required by the state of Texas and the conference center. We are also implementing badge ribbons to allow you to maintain the social distancing that you require to feel safe. Meanwhile we have been working until this late hour to compile a program of plenary and breakout sessions that is worth the extra effort required to attend this event. We acknowledge the extra effort in gaining approval from your colleges, extra effort related to travel, and extra effort to ensure your personal comfort. For that reason, we have invested extra efforts on our part to make the information provided well worth your effort.
You will be afforded every opportunity to visit with our outstanding array of exhibitors who will join us on Day 1 as we all meet with some of our new Regional Directors and Area Managers. They will then be featured throughout the conference at the NCCET Exhibit Hall which this year will be proudly displayed in the Main Ball room along with all of our meals and plenary sessions.
You do not want to miss those outstanding plenary sessions from industry leaders that do not present at each and every industry conference event. Don’t miss:
- The Nationwide Apprenticeship Model | Stephen Dodd, IBM.
- Non-Credit to Credit Pathways | Dr. Richard Rhodes, Austin Community College District, AACC
- Behind the Walls – Our Forgotten Workforce | Featuring the Warden of the Lockhart Correctional Facility and a Success Story from a formerly incarcerated student.
- The presentation of the NCCET Exemplary Program Awards for 2022
- Equitable Outcomes for Tomorrow – a panel discussion featuring leading voices from NCCET and our industry
Similarly, our breakout sessions have been selected to give you challenging choices of how to get the greatest value tailored for your experience. Once again, NCCET will provide programs aligned with our primary value proposition.
Staff Development Sessions providing personal development for your college staff and faculty
- Mental Health for Students and Staff Under COVID | Dr. Sherry Benton, TAO Connect
- Corporate Training in the New Economy | Dr. Madan Gopal, Austin Community College District
- Leading Without Authority | Dr. Carolyn Root, Alpha UMi
- Data-Driven Student Success | Dr. Jenna Cullinane Hege, Austin Community College District
- Engaging the Others: Growing Your Programs Through Connection with Non-Traditional Students | Community Based Research for Engagement and Education
- Putting the World of Skills to Work | Michael Bettersworth, Texas State Technical College
- Developing a Seamless Learn-Work Ecosystem is Higher Education’s Future | Amrit Ahluwalia, The EvoLLLution
Revenue Generation Strategy Sessions to enhance enrollments and grow critical income streams
- Engineering the 4th Industrial Revolution | The University of Phoenix
- A Student is a Student is a Student | Karen Musa, Collin College
- Building New Programs Through Apprenticeship: Panel Discussion | Metropolitan Community College Kansas City
- Building the New Green Collar Workforce | Dr. Janell Hills
- Become the Corporate College for Your Community | Eric Richardson, Growth Development Associates
New Curriculum Programs Certified by NCCET ensuring a level of excellence and achievement for our members
- The Adjunct Faculty Institute | College of DuPage
- DECISIONS/DECI$ION$ Financial Literacy Course | Eric Richardson, Growth Development Associates
- Filling the Supply Chain Workforce Shortage | Association for Supply Chain Management
- Skills Training at Scale: How to Serve More With Less | Joe Kitterman, 180Skills
Breakout Sessions Not Affiliated with a Conference Track
- Offering a Successful HR Certification Preparation Course | Troy Weiler, HRCP
- Building Work Ethic in a Post Pandemic World: 5 Strategies to Develop Essential Soft Skills | Josh Davies, The Center for Work Ethic Development
You can still register for the conference and make your room reservations on our website at nccet.org. The special pricing for the room block ends on January 18th.
We can’t wait to see you in Austin, Texas!
Author Perspective: Community College
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