The ASE Math Credential is a ten-week online asynchronous course with scheduled assignments due every week.
Applicants must commit to spending approximately three hours per week completing the required assignments. Applicants must also commit to beginning the course on February 7, 2022, and completing all required course assignments by the weekly due date. Applicants commit to completing the course by April 15, 2022.
The Core Credential is a ten-week online asynchronous course with scheduled assignments due every week.
Applicants must commit to spending approximately three hours per week completing the required assignments. Applicants must also commit to beginning the course on February 7, 2022 and completing all required course assignments by the weekly due date. Applicants commit to completing the course by April 15, 2022.
On Demand Professional Development Opportunities
This training is designed for College & Career Readiness/Basic Skills program directors, data managers, and staff. The training focuses on the collection of important information to be recorded within the LEIS Form, the location and explanation of the data entered on the form, and form security.
This course provides information about the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Title II Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) performance indicators, and the National Reporting System’s (NRS) accountability system for reporting literacy data. Under Title II, literacy programs must report on a set of indicators that demonstrate whom the adult education program serves and its impact on the educational and employment outcomes of the students served with the goal of showing continuous program improvement and student success. This course will provide you with the information you need to understand the National Reporting System’s data reporting requirements and methods for tracking program participation, progress, and performance.
Length: This on-demand course can be completed in one hour or slightly longer, including the time required to complete the evaluation. Attendees will be able to immediately generate a certificate of completion upon completion of the course.
Audience: All North Carolina Basic Skills staff and faculty
Course Registration: Registration is free.
Conquering Your Data Challenges is an approach to finding solutions to your program’s performance-related challenges. This training will define a process that will lead you to brainstorm, research and utilize data to come up with strategies for overcoming your challenge. This training is a modified and condensed version of the Conquering Your Data Challenges training developed by the National Reporting System.
Audience: The target audience for this training is program directors, coordinators, data managers, and data specialists working with North Carolina literacy programs at community colleges or community-based organizations. This training can be completed individually, or together with a team.
Pre-requisite: A suggested pre-requisite is Introduction to Title II Performance and Accountability or general knowledge of Federal reporting requirements and program accountability.
Registration: Registration is free.
Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education (IEL/CE) services mean education services provided to English language learners who are adults, including professionals with degrees and credentials in their native countries, that enable them to achieve competency in the English language and acquire the basic and more advanced skills needed to function effectively as parents, workers, and citizens in the United States.
The impact of the College and Career Readiness program extends well beyond the classroom. As students leave and continue their educational or employment journey, the skills they learned while in your program play a part in their success. Reporting student accomplishments while a student is enrolled is done by measuring pre and post-test assessments, high school credits, graduates, and postsecondary enrollment. It is equally important to track students after exit to determine 1) the effectiveness of the service provided and 2) assist with measuring student success. Tracking post-exit measures as primary indicators of performance is a requirement under the Title II Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. This training is for program coordinators, instructors and data administrators who need to know how post-exit indicators are reported and how student participation during enrollment affects these outcomes.