2020 NACEP Western Regional Conference

May 21 - 22, 2020 / All of the day

Date

May 21 - 22, 2020

Time

All of the day

Location

College of Southern Nevada
Las Vegas, NV, USA

Agenda

Join us for two days of sessions on the latest innovations and practices in concurrent and dual enrollment. The Western Regional Conference will give education leaders from our Western states a chance to network with each other and exchange ideas with the region's concurrent and dual enrollment experts.

The College of Southern Nevada, Charleston Campus, will be hosting this stellar event. Registration will open on Thursday at 9 am with the event starting at 10 am and will end Friday by 3 pm.

Sample Agenda

Some of the topics: Accreditation, Other models, SAS/Financial Aid, Advocacy, Professional Development, Partnerships, Research, Program Evaluation, Equity and Access, CTE. etc.

NACEP Pre-Conference Accreditation Institute

Join us May 20, for an all-day Pre-Conference Accreditation Institute hosted by the College of Southern Nevada.  Led by experienced professionals from NACEP-accredited concurrent enrollment programs, this in-depth workshop features strategies for implementing NACEP’s national standards that enhance the quality of concurrent enrollment programs. There is a fee for this event. Registration will open at 8 am and the event will start at 8:30 am.

NACEP In-Conference Advising Workshop

As the number of students participating in dual enrollment courses continues to increase, the supports provided to these students have rightly gained increased attention. In response, NACEP's Accreditation Commission revised the 2017 accreditation standards to include an explicit section on student advising. The rationale behind the revision is to ensure that accredited programs are providing students access to this critical service. This full-day workshop is specifically designed to provide programs at all levels valuable lessons and information related to student advising that can be incorporated into their existing student supports. The program will motivate the topic by discussing the need for student advising within concurrent and dual enrollment programs as it directly relates to the student experience and success. Topics covered will include program implementation and structure, advisor expectations, training and functions. The NACEP Advising Workshop is being run as part of the Western Conference on May 22. You must register for the conference in order to sign-up for this exciting free in-conference event. If you have already registered for the conference and wish to add this to your registration, please email information@nacep.org.  Space is limited.

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