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Title: Community Colleges 101


1
Community Colleges 101
A Guide to Navigating and Accessing the Community
Colleges
2
Agenda
  • Introductions
  • Overview of Session
  • Background
  • Survey Results
  • Foreign Languages
  • Funding
  • Types of Delivery
  • Access Points to the Colleges
  • What do we do next?

3
Background
  • ARRA Funding
  • TEGL 14-08
  • Chancellor Jack Scott
  • Examples that work
  • How do we replicate effective practices?
  • Efforts to date

4
Survey Results
Whats working in your collaboration with
community colleges?
  • Good relationships, joint problem solving
  • Quality services by the college (curriculum
    development, links to employers)
  • Customized training

5
Survey Results
What is the most challenging thing about working
with community colleges?
  • Mismatched timeframes (semester system, lengthy
    curriculum development)
  • Lack of funding
  • Bureaucracy (different practices, lack of WIA
    knowledge)
  • Universal access, HR issues, regional program
    differences, ETPL issues

6
Survey Results
How can we help you with that challenge?
  • Open communication about CC and WIB bureaucratic
    processes
  • WIB 101 for colleges
  • CCC 101 for WIBs

7
Foreign Languages
  • Career Technical EducationCTE
  • Occupational Education
  • Vocational Education
  • Workforce Development
  • Economic Workforce DevelopmentEWD
  • Contract Education
  • Industry-specific Initiatives
  • Delivery to Business

8
Foreign Language (continued)
  • WIBs say
  • Customers/clients/job seekers
  • Customized training
  • Community
  • Placement
  • Outcomes
  • Successjobs
  • Labor market research
  • Career ladder
  • Colleges say
  • Students
  • Contract Education
  • District boundaries
  • Outcomes
  • Graduation
  • Successdegree/cert/transfer
  • Industry scans
  • Career ladder

9
Foreign Languages (cont.)
  • And then theres
  • FTES
  • Cap
  • Credit
  • Non-credit
  • Not-for-credit
  • Curriculum approval process

10
Community College Funding
  • FTESFull Time Equivalent Student
  • Funding based on FTES enrollments and paid
    through apportionment
  • Colleges have a cap on the FTES they can generate
  • Enrollment above cap is not funded
  • Colleges below cap looking for students to fill
    credit classes
  • Colleges above cap dont want more students
  • Only credit and non-credit generate apportionment
  • Contract Education must generate revenue and
    recover all costs (no State support)

11
Types of Credit
  • Credit
  • Degree applicable
  • 26 fee per unit (California residents only)
  • Standard catalog offerings
  • Non-credit
  • Non-degree applicable
  • No fees for individual student
  • Colleges receive less funding per FTES
  • Basic Skills, ESL, Study Skills

12
Types of Credit (cont.)
  • Degrees and Certificates
  • AA/AS Include General Education
  • Certificates Core courses
  • Not-for-credit
  • No state support, fee for service
  • Funding options client paid, ETP, WIB, grants

13
Curriculum Approval
  • Credit/Non-credit
  • Faculty driven
  • Education Code Title 5 requirements
  • Curriculum Committee Processes
  • Program Approval Handbook (System)
    http//www.cccco.edu/Portals/4/pcah_032009.pdf
  • Not-for-credit
  • Off-the-shelf
  • Customized existing curriculum
  • New customized

14
Accessing the Colleges
  • Individual WIB Clients
  • Assessment Centers, Counseling, Financial Aid,
    EOPS, Veterans, Admissions
  • Specific Program Areas
  • Counseling, Department Deans
  • Full class of participants for one subject
  • Department Deans, Contract Education
  • Responding to Industry Need
  • Contract Education, Department Deans

15
Types of Delivery
  • On-campus regular semester classes
  • Open-entry, open-exit
  • Short-term, accelerated courses
  • Contract Education
  • Business supported, on-site
  • WIB supported
  • Credit/Not-for-Credit

16
Client Delivery Options
  • Credit
  • Open enrollment
  • Closed enrollments
  • Not-for-credit
  • Contracts for training and services
  • Fees for service
  • Fee-based
  • Individual pays Community/Continuing Ed

17
More Survey
  • anything else helpful for us to know?
  • Continue to build trust through good
    communication
  • Clarify and align contracting and cost
    requirements
  • Hold joint LWIB-CC meetings regularly
  • Open communication about CC and WIB bureaucratic
    processes

18
College Survey
  • What would help you work with WIBs?
  • Improved partnerships better understanding of
    each others bureaucracies
  • Clear communication
  • Streamline processes
  • Flexible federal/state/local guidelines
  • Have a business or workforce development plan

19
Stump the Colleges
  • Questions for the Colleges
  • Follow-up required
  • Where do we go from here?

20
Resources
  • Local College Websites
  • Community College Chancellors Office
    www.ccco.edu
  • Economic Workforce Development www.cccewd.net
  • WIB Toolkit http//wibtoolkit.net
  • Trish Caldwell trishcccwib_at_gmail.com
  • Catherine Swenson cswenson_at_cccewd.net
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