Early Bird Pricing Ends May 11 for Quality Support Workshop
Is establishing or revisiting your quality assurance plan one of those “important but not urgent” tasks that you can’t seem to get around to tackling? Do you need advice to ensure that your plan is robust and can point the way to improved outcomes for your graduates? AACTE is here to help! Join us for the 2018 Quality Support Workshop, August 2-4 in Columbus, Ohio.
Building on two successful workshops held in 2017, this year’s event will provide a focused opportunity for you to design or refine an action plan for assuring and improving the quality of your program. And not just conceptually either—you will actually work on your own quality assurance plan!
Each session of the workshop is facilitated by experienced professionals who will guide you in investigating the elements of quality programs, using data to analyze program strengths and weaknesses, and developing quality assurance and improvement plans suited to your particular context. Select either the beginner or the advanced track for a series of quality assurance breakout sessions, and choose from several topics during other concurrent blocks.
In 2 days of interactive sessions, you’ll gain new perspectives on how quality assurance intersects with accountability policies and processes, work through thorny problems of practice, and share ideas with peers from around the country—and hopefully from your own campus, as we strongly encourage you to bring a team! Past participants have told us they value the opportunity to learn and work with their colleagues, and there will be blocks of time set aside for teams to collaborate on their plans. We even offer discounts for multiple registrants from the same institution.
Check out the preliminary agenda and learning outcomes to see how the Quality Support Workshop can meet your needs in Columbus this summer. For the lowest rates, sign up by the Early Bird registration deadline of May 11.Register Now
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