CCCAOE 2019 Spring Conference

Partnering and Advocating for a Stronger Workforce

April 3-5, 2019

Hyatt, Sacramento
1209 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Conference cost: 

$495 Full Conference      $250 One Day      $200 Pre Conference 

Conference Add-ons - Additional Registraion and fee required

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 - 6:00 pm Kings Game 

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 8:00 am Pre-Conference Sessions 

Thursday, April 4, 2019 - 7:00 pm Crest Theatre Private Movie Screening
 

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Pre-Conference Workshops

April 3rd - 8:00 am to 11:30 am

You are only able to attend one Pre-Conference as they are all offered at the same time.

CTE Support Staff Project Management Professional Development  ($200)

This project management training provides you with the fundamental knowledge and skills to successfully lead a project from beginning to end. Learn to leverage key project management concepts, implement effective project management processes, and develop leadership skills needed for successfully planning, managing, and delivering projects of any size and scope.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Plan for a successful project
  • Outline a project scope
  • Identify project life cycle components
  • Implement planning steps

Beyond the Basics of Work-based Learning: Where Policy and Practice Meet  ($200)

Participants in this engaging, active pre-conference will gain:

  • Insights from systems leaders on the future of work-based learning in California Community Colleges Strategies for elevating the role of work-based learning in effective Guided Pathways implementation
  • Heightened awareness and examples of how wraparound services can increase access and the impact of work-based learning on student success
  • New or deeper connections with like-minded colleagues
 
Managing Perkins Funding and Accountability ($200)
This session will focus on managing Perkins V funds and how new accountability requirements may affect your community college data collection.  We will provide an overview of the 2019-20 Transition Year Plan, proposed State Plan, policy changes, Perkins V allocations and accountability requirements.  We will discuss proposed changes to the 2020-21 Perkins application, reporting requirements and changes in definitions for data collection.  As we prepare for the 2019-20 Perkins Transition Year, we want provide Perkins CTE folks with important information to start preparing and planning for the 2020-2021 funding year.  We will gather input from participants to inform planning and policy.

The Collaboratory: Essential Collaboration for Workforce Teams and Partners ($200)

Why Collaboration Skills?

Everyone is challenged to adapt to the rapidly changing dynamics of the educational landscape. Silo culture, resource limitations, fears, risk aversion are all stress factors that block efforts for positive change within many organizations. Nowadays nobody succeeds alone. Not only is the ability to collaborate better with others key, it’s also the way that partnerships with K-12 and industry leaders will bring about success for your students.

The good news, collaboration isn’t magic. It’s a mindset and a skillset that everyone can learn quickly.

The Collaboratory is a highly interactive laboratory that builds awareness and collaboration skills that are practical and immediately useful to building and maintaining collaborative relationships within teams and communities.

Participants will have the opportunity to walk away with:

  • AHA! moments
  • Fresh perspective
  • Goal-centric thinking
  • Greater self-awareness and awareness of others
  • Essential collaboration skills
  • New language for exchanging ideas and sharing of resources
  • Creative ways to engage and contribute
Tools of the Trade for CTE Professionals  ($200)

Join a team of research and CTE practitioners for a hands-on data workshop! This session will include a high-level overview of data resources and a panel discussion of how to assess data needs for different programs/projects. The remaining session time will be devoted to helping attendees explore a simulation and/or make progress on a data task of their own. Pre-conference survey of participants will be shared to assess the needs of the group and customize workshop content. (Laptop required.)

 

Reasons to Attend

Top five reasons to attend ...

Your students are counting on you.

Invest in your students and schools by attending CCCAOE 2018 Fall Conference. Get information, share insights, find solutions and ways to increase recruitment and retention rates.

You can't afford not to attend. 

This is the only leadership development opportunity that offers the leadership and faculty perspective. Partner directly with leaders in the education arena and collaborate with your peers to tackle the issues you face in your own district or regions.

Get the skinny on future education trends and issues. 

Whether it's issues related to budget and finance; innovation and student learning; leadership; equity adequacy, and opportunity; community engagement, communication or collaboration, this premier event focuses on key areas to guide teams through tough fiscal times.

Practical solutions to education challenges. 

We deliver practical solutions to help Career Education teams improve education and economic development opportunities.

Partner with education experts. 

Spend time with our business partners on our fast-growing Vendor Show floor and find out how they can help you effectively manage and lead your districts with the various product and service solutions they offer..