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Compliance Training for Texas School DirectorsPresented by Gerald Parr
This course provides School Directors in the state of Texas a working knowledge of the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Rules and Regulations for Career Schools and Colleges. The course covers all aspects of what a School Director is expected to know in operating a school on a day-to-day basis. The how and why details in the areas of Admissions, Administration, Financial Aid, Education and Placement are covered in a user-friendly, multi-sensory environment that allows the participants to test themselves on compliance issues that are faced on a daily basis.
This course has been created from the TWC's School Directors' Resource Guide for Career Schools and Colleges. Thanks to TWC's curriculum writers, content specialists and sponsors for the creation of the excellent guide that provided the core content for this course. Also, thanks to Career Colleges and Schools of Texas (CCST) for providing the additional content for the interactive features and assessment components of the course.
Compliant Communications with Students (Texas)Presented by Cindy Bryant
If your institution is licensed by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges (TWC) and participates in federal financial aid programs, then this course is a must for you. This course is designed for employees of all roles and levels at institutions governed by TWC. The course provides an awareness of prohibited acts which could adversely impact operations. Topics focus on Federal Department of Education Program Integrity rules and TWC regulations with references to other agencies' impact on student communications including the Federal Trade Commission guidelines. The course covers requirements which must be adhered to in order to maintain good standing with both state and federal regulators. Emphasis is on areas of misrepresentation related to advertising and recruitment activities, interactions with prospective students and appropriate communication of disclosures and other publications.
Developing a Five-year Plan for Your Career SchoolPresented by Dr. Susan Schulz
What will your school look like in five years? School growth takes change and the commitment of the stakeholders in your organization. A five-year plan is essential for any school owner or director no matter how long they have been in the business. It includes various elements such as your enrollment goals for all programs, plans for new programs, new profit center potential, fees and all financial aid opportunities, enhancement of student services, faculty and staff planning, marketing and development strategies, and planning for physical space to support your expansion goals. Also, development plans are often needed to satisfy licensing and accreditation requirements.
This course covers the essential components and techniques involved in developing a comprehensive five-year plan. We will show you an effective step-by-step planning process that involves the participation of representatives from your school including staff, instructors, students, graduates, and the employers who hire your graduates. The process encourages participants to share their knowledge and ideas, and everyone who participates in the process ultimately becomes a stakeholder in making the plan work. The course includes planning worksheets that you could download and use to help you develop your school’s five-year plan.