|Registration Deadline- Community of Practice (CoP) Supporting Student Transitions to Postsecondary Education and the Workforce
|Successful postsecondary and workforce transition can change the life trajectories of adult learners. In addition, research shows that adult learners' educational attainment benefits their families, children, and the local economy. However, recent statewide data indicate we have a tremendous opportunity for improvement. By strengthening support services, program structures, and local partnerships, adult education agencies can facilitate adult learners’ journey through the transition and support persistence through their pathway. This module will examine examples of effective partnerships and new initiatives and best practices for impactful services for adult learners’ post-secondary and workforce transitions. A strong emphasis is placed on practical implementation tools and processes for and within consortia.
|This training is for the members of the West End Corridor/Chaffey Regional Adult Education Consortium. Each individual member of the consortium team needs to register; group registrations cannot be accommodated. Attend both face-to-face (F2F) sessions. F2F Session Dates: Wednesdays, February 28, 9 am -12:30 pm, and April 17, 9 am -12:30 pm. The registration deadline is February 15, 2024. Notification of acceptance will occur by February 19, 2024. Training begins in Moodle on Monday, February 19, and ends on Sunday, April 28, 2024. There is no registration fee to participate; CALPRO professional development opportunities are available to all California Adult Education Program (CAEP) agencies and employees.
|10755 Oleander Avenue, Fontana, CA 92337
|The goal of this module is to support adult learners’ postsecondary and workforce transitions by building consortia and adult education program staff’s capacity to implement evidence-based practices that facilitate the transitions, including identifying ways to enhance support services, program structures, and local partnerships. This module provides tools to cultivate a stronger understanding of the areas in which there are opportunities to provide greater support for adult learners’ successful postsecondary and workforce transitions.
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