Overview of Assessment Planning and Tools
Recorded on September 12, 2012 (60 minutes)

About the Webinar
(This webinar will provide an overview of the full 4-hour pre-conference workshop being held on Sunday October 14, at the 2012 Annual Conference. To gain invaluable and in-depth information, plan to attend the workshop in Reno/Lake Tahoe on October.)

 

During this webinar, we will cover assessment tools for organizations, training, community, and personal development. We will address the best strategies for selecting an assessment tool and how to prepare for providing an assessment. Lastly, we will discuss suggested strategies for data collection and analysis of the data. 

 

The Speakers

Raymond Geary has spent more than 25 years working in higher education.  He served as the director of community education at Finger Lakes Community College, dean of community and economic development with the College of the Redwoods, as well as the dean of continuing education and graduate studies at Elmira College. Geary is currently the executive director of continuing education and regional development with the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. He has served on a multitude of community and professional councils throughout his career and holds a master of science degree in education/adult education.

 

Trenton Hightower has spent more than 20 years working in leadership at community colleges. He spent six years as a coordinator/manager at Finger Lakes Community College, seven years as AVP for CE at Frederick Community College and seven years leading Virginia as the assistant vice chancellor for workforce development for all 23 community colleges. He is currently the vice president of strategic businesses development at Boston Reed Learning where he works nationally to improve organizational planning, sales, and student outcomes. Hightower is the author of the book Field Trip 101 - An Approach to Team-Building and President of Strategic Solutions for Colleges. He is a past board member with the YMCA, NCCET, LERN, and local chamber of commerce.  Hightower holds a masters in administration of higher education and is currently completing his doctorate in organizational leadership.

 

Registration Fees
As another membership benefit for NCCET members, this "live" webinar is complimentary. The registration fee for non-members is $49. The On-Demand version of this webinar is just $39 for NCCET members and $49 for non-members.

 

Disclaimer
The views and opinions expressed by presenters are their own and do not necessarily represent those of NCCET. NCCET disclaims any responsibility for the use and application of information presented on this webinar.

 

Raymond Geary has spent more than 25 years working in higher education.  He served as the director of community education at Finger Lakes Community College, dean of community and economic development with the College of the Redwoods, as well as the dean of continuing education and graduate studies at Elmira College. Geary is currently the executive director of continuing education and regional development with the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. He has served on a multitude of community and professional councils throughout his career and holds a master of science degree in education/adult education.

 

Trenton Hightower has spent more than 20 years working in leadership at community colleges. He spent six years as a coordinator/manager at Finger Lakes Community College, seven years as AVP for CE at Frederick Community College and seven years leading Virginia as the assistant vice chancellor for workforce development for all 23 community colleges. He is currently the vice president of strategic businesses development at Boston Reed Learning where he works nationally to improve organizational planning, sales, and student outcomes. Hightower is the author of the book Field Trip 101 - An Approach to Team-Building and President of Strategic Solutions for Colleges. He is a past board member with the YMCA, NCCET, LERN, and local chamber of commerce.  Hightower holds a masters in administration of higher education and is currently completing his doctorate in organizational leadership.

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