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Preconference Webinar on Making Skills Everyone's Business - 2015 NCTN Effective Transitions in Adult Education Conference

webinarJoin us for an online kick-off to the 2015 NCTN Effective Transitions in Adult Education Conference on October 7, from 2:30-3:30pm ET. This webinar will set the stage for the focus of the conference, Making Skills Everyone’s Business, and provide a chance to engage in the key ideas and start planning your conference experience.

The webinar will feature presenters from the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education including Johan E. Uvin, Deputy Assistant Secretary (delegated the authority of the Assistant Secretary), as well as Ellen Hewett of the National College Transition Network at World Education, Inc. Gather your local colleagues for a watch party to start the discussion of making skills everyone’s business in your program and community. Register today!

The National College Transition Network at World Education, Inc. will hold its ninth annual national conference on Effective Transitions in Adult Education on November 9 - 11, 2015 at the Crowne Plaza at the Crossings, Providence (Warwick), RI.

The Effective Transitions Conference is held every year and is geared towards adult education, workforce development, and postsecondary educators, advisers, and administrators. Workshop themes include foundational skills, acceleration strategies and effective practices for college transition, career pathways and ESOL/ESL programs, preparing students for college-level reading, writing, and math, advising and support services, and more. The full conference schedule and workshop descriptions are now available!  

 

 

 

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Priyanka.Sharma's picture
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The webinar recording is now available here

~ Priyanka Sharma 
Coordinator, National College Transition Network

Leecy's picture
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Thank you, Priyanka. I attended most of the Webinar before having to meet another appointment. I'm glad to have the recording since I did have comments to share. Leecy

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