CCCAOE 2015 Fall Conference Presentations

Aligning Pathways for a Strong Economy:

October 19-22, 2015
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
San Diego,CA

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Monday, October 19, 2015

8:30 am - 12:30 pm Pre-Conference: New Regulations Governing Perkins CTE Programs (ST. TROPEZ)

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

8:00 am - 5:00 pm Conference Registration (BALLROOM FOYER)

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Welcome Address & Buffet Luncheon (PAVILION)

  • Dr. Julianna Barnes, President, Cuyamaca College
  • Eva Jimenez, CCCAOE Regional Vice President, North/Far North, Mistress of Ceremonies

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Keynote Presentation (PAVILION)

  • Darrick Smith, Ed.D., University of San Francisco

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm State of the State (PAVILION)

  • Mollie Smith, Palomor College, Moderator
  • Van Ton-Quinlivan, Vice Chancellor of Workforce and Economic Development,
  • California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
  • Pamela D. Walker, Ed.D., Vice Chancellor of Educational Services, California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
  • Denise Noldon, Vice Chancellor of Student Services , California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

2:30 pm - 2:45 pm Afternoon Break/Exhibit Display (BALLROOM FOYER)

2:45 pm - 3:45 pm BREAKOUT SESSION 1

Session 1A (SORRENTO)

1A The Evolution of Regional Collaboration (SORRENTO)

This workshop immerses participants in exploring the development of regional partnerships among all
levels of education, industry, workforce development agencies, and community-based and intermediary
organizations. Participants will learn about, reflect on and suggest improvement to successful
mechanisms and methods for effective regional collaboration.

Session 1B (SAN MARINO)

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Increasing Non-Traditional Student Enrollment within Occupational Programs (SAN MARINO)

This presentation focuses on how to increase non-traditional student enrollments within
occupational programs commonly offered at community colleges. Since CTE enrollments for
community colleges are vital for Perkins and other monetary grants, learning tips on how to
increase non-traditional student populations should be of central interest to community colleges.

Session 1C (CAPRI)

Third Party Industry Certification in your Program (CAPRI)

Third party industry certification is a hot topic this year, as it has become a way for students to
prepare for certain skills in the workplace, and for employers to recognize qualified individuals in
community college pathways.

Session 1D (RIVIERA)

1D Apprenticeship 101 (RIVIERA)

For those new to Apprenticeship, a presentation on the who, what, where and why. And how
colleges can add this workforce training model to their tool kit.

Session 1E (MONTE CARLO)

The Research & Practice Behind Developing Effective K-14 Pathways (MONTE CARLO)

This presentation will focus on the specific research-based strategies that are necessary for
developing K-14 pathways. We will discuss the evidence behind specific strategies such as dual
enrollment, integrated instruction or more structured course sequencing to name a few. We will
then discuss how these strategies have been implemented.

Session 1F (ST. TROPEZ)

Preparing the Pipeline of CTE and STEM Teachers (ST. TROPEZ)

How do we create a pipeline for CTE and STEM teachers for K12, Adult School and Community
College? This interactive session will introduce the Teacher Preparation Pipeline STEM CTE
consortium - ten community colleges across the state preparing teachers. Bring your smart devices
and be ready to collaborate and share!

 

Session 1G (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

Valuing Career Pathways Through Student Success & Support Programs (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

In this workshop you will learn how the converging recommendations of the Board of Governor’s
Task Force on Workforce, Job Creation, and a Strong Economy, signals the need for Student
Success and Support Service funding to be directed toward pathway entry, decision-making, and
alignment with system deliverables and industry expectations.

3:45 pm - 4:45 pm Transition

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm BREAKOUT SESSION #2

Session 2A (SORRENTO)

IEPI – An Innovative Approach to Improving Institutional Effectiveness (SORRENTO)

This session will showcase the new approach to increasing community college effectiveness
through the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI). Attendees will learn about the
IEPI indicators and the “colleagues helping colleagues” Partnership Resource Team approach, and
how to access IEPI training opportunities available to help colleges more effectively serve students.

 

Session 2B (SAN MARINO)

Meeting the Work-Based Learning Challenge.....Virtually (SAN MARINO)

Across the work-based learning contiuum, whether learning about work, through work or for work,
work-based learning is the catalyst for applying real-world experience in the classroom. Providing
career pathway students the opportunity to participate in a working environment puts their
classroom instructuon to practical use to build a stronger workforce

 

Session 2C (CAPRI)

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Using LaunchBoard for Program Planning (CAPRI)

Colleges need better access to information on student outcomes, labor market conditions, and
regional data. This session will showcase the revised LaunchBoard Program Snapshot tool, which
organizes information around common program improvement questions, includes additional
earnings data, and offers more detailed information on student characteristics.

Session 2D (RIVIERA)

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Growing Contract Education in a Changing Landscape (RIVIERA)

Contract Ed professionals must understand the shifting trends in corporate training which influence
the needs of business. This session will cover the latest trends in corporate training and education
and provide an overview of the essential online marketing practices that can help attendees grow
their business in changing marketing conditions.

 

Session 2E (MONTE CARLO)

Maintaining Strategic Relevance: Career and Technical Education Program Discontinuance (MONTE CARLO)

If they give you an ax or a scalpel, choose neither. Eleven practical recommendations will be shared to
assist in establishing and/or implementing program discontinuance processes which strategically and
effectively discontinue CTE programs while making optimal use of limited fiscal and human resources.

 

Session 2F (ST. TROPEZ)

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Meeting Your Metrics: K12 Transition Programs (ST. TROPEZ)

Health DSNs will describe their collaborative efforts with industry, K12 and community college
partners to develop a summer institute for K12 teachers; a health career exploration summer
institute for students, and a community of practice for K12 and community college teachers. Ideas
for braided funding and sustainability will be shared.

Session 2G (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

Career Technical Education Redesign: A Case Study in Student Success (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

Learn how one TAACCCT grantee aligned and embedded remediation and tutoring in CTE
pathways to build a strong economy. The presenters will discuss how they engaged students and
faculty to align programs, accelerate learning and increase student success. A new OER basic skills/
CTE integrated book will be introduced

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

7:30 am - 4:00 pm Conference Registration (BALLROOM FOYER)

7:30 am - 8:30 am Buffet Breakfast (PAVILION)

10:15 am - 12:00 pm CCCAOE Regional Consortia Meetings

  • Los Angeles/Orange County (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)
  • San Francisco Bay Area (ST. TROPEZ)
  • San Diego/Imperial (MONTE CARLO)
  • South Central (RIVIERA)
  • North/Far North (CAPRI)
  • Desert / Inland Empire (SAN MARINO)
  • Central Valley/Mother Lode (SORRENTO)

12:15 pm - 2:00 pm Buffet Luncheon (PAVILION)

Through the Eyes of a VeteranCrystal Morse, Veterans Program Coordinator, College of the Redwoods
Serving military Veterans and their family members on our community college campuses is more than paying tribute for their service and sacrifice. Genuine and effective support for this unique population begins with exploring military culture, considering the mental and physical conditioning of military service, and acknowledging the diverse experiences. Join Crystal as we explore college life Through the Eyes of the Veteran

2:00 pm - 2:15 pm Transition

2:15 pm - 3:30 pm BREAKOUT SESSION #3

Session 3A (SORRENTO)

25 Bay-Area Colleges Share a 24x7 ICT Remote Lab System (SORRENTO)

This session will detail the steps and activities that were required to plan and implement regionally
remotely shared ICT virtual lab environment (NETLAB+) designed to provide student access to course
labs from any Internet accessible location with 24/7 availability. 25 colleges support and share this CTEEnhancement

Fund supported service.

Session 3B (SAN MARINO)

Headache or Migraine Solution- Approach to Working with Industry Partners (SAN MARINO)

Does the industry partner perceive you as having a lack of response, lack of understanding of their
problem, or lack of solution? Do they see you provide an academic 67-second pit stop or the desired
1.9 second pit stop solution for their problem? Want a solution? We have it.

Session 3C (CAPRI)

LMI Industry Cluster and Occupational Analysis Web Tool (CAPRI)

This presentation will provide participants with an overview of a web based interactive industry cluster
and occupational analysis tool. This tool is designed to assist Local Workforce Development Boards,
community colleges, among other clients, by providing data for areas of employment growth and
opportunity using the LMID economic market framework.

 

Session 3D (RIVIERA)

Career Pathway Design-Lessons from the Field (RIVIERA)

Join Angela Allison and Sean Glumace--Technical Assistance Providers for Career Pathway Design
in an open forum format to discuss their findings from the field. This interactive conversation will
include local, regional and statewide promising practices, barriers to success and other topics as
identified by the audience.

Session 3E (MONTE CARLO)

Community College Baccalaureate Degree Pilot Update From the Academic Senate (MONTE CARLO)

The passage of SB850 authorized the creation of 15 CTE bachelor’s degrees offered by pilot
community colleges commencing in Fall 2016. This presentation is an update of where the pilot is
now, and where it may go in the future.

 

Session 3F (ST. TROPEZ)

Contextualized Basic Skills in CTE: an Auto Technology/VESL Collaboration (ST. TROPEZ)

Two San Diego Continuing Education instructors, one CTE and one VESL, will share their experience
of team-teaching an introductory course for Auto Technology. Presenters will address planning,
collaboration, assessments/orientation for placement, curriculum, instructional model, and student
outcomes. Attendees will learn strategies for developing contextualized learning courses.

Session 3G (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

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Student Progress Indicators: Tactical and Strategic Approaches to CTE Completion (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

Student success metrics are increasing and CTE is not immune to performance indicators. Today,
the most transparent CTE metric is the completion data found in the Scorecard. This session
focuses on the completion strategies of colleges with the highest CTE completion performance in
the state, their regions, and peer groups.

Session 4A (SORRENTO)

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Prison Education in CA, Transitions, Certificates and Associate Degree (SORRENTO)

This session will outline and discuss transitions, a CTE Certificate, the Associate Degree from the
College and Prison perspective. The CA Chancellor’s office and the CA Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation are cooperating to reduce recidivism and return inmates to productive citizens. The
challenges, opportunities and implementation will be presented.

Session 4B (SAN MARINO)

Cats and Dogs? Strategies for Local and Regional WIB/College Integration (SAN MARINO)

State and Federal funding streams increasingly require regional collaboration and accountability
between community colleges, workforce development boards and other regional stakeholders. This
panel explores local/regional strategies for WIB/College collaboration including ways to align, link, and
leverage the capacities of each system for industry engagement, service delivery, and technical training. 

 

Session 4C (CAPRI)

Session Presentation: Download File

Labor Market Data: Finding the Right Tool for the Task (CAPRI)

Given all the sources of labor market information, it can be difficult to know which are best suited to
the questions most often asked by community colleges. This session will walk you through two new
guides that help to demystify labor market data and sources. 

 

Session 4D (RIVIERA)

Building a Strong Partnership: Noncredit to Credit CTE Pathways (RIVIERA)

Come hear how the NOCCCD, School of Continuing Education has partnered with Cypress College to
create a defined pathway through funeral service practice where students earn a certificate and gain
entry-level employment, before embarking on their associate degree pathway toward professional
licensure as embalmers and funeral directors.

 

Session 4E (MONTE CARLO)

Occupational Programs Student Learning Outcomes: How to Measure Success? (MONTE CARLO)

The accreditation of institutions require the continuous assessment of programs offered. Employers of
graduates on the other hand also want a way to know about the knowledge graduates acquire during
their education and how they can put hat knowledge to use on the job when hired.

Session 4F (ST. TROPEZ)

Apprenticeship 102 (ST. TROPEZ)

A presentation on next steps for attendees that have a basic understanding of Apprenticeship as
a workforce training model and want to learn more about the specific steps required to start an
Apprenticeship program at their college. Pre-requisite: Apprenticeship 101 or similar knowledge. 

 

Session 4G (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

C-ID for CTE Programs, Yay (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

In this session we will look at the benefits to CTE C-ID for courses and programs including the
facilitation of pathways and the process. In addition we will discussion the benefits to students,
employers and colleges.

 

5:30 am - 7:00 am TAPS “Night of the Stars” (PAVILION)

Party with rock stars and Hollywood celebrities! Come see your favorite star walk the red carpet.
Food, Fun, and photo ops with your favorite celebrities. Don’t miss the BIG TAP reveal!
Light Hors d oeuvres & No Host Bar

Thursday, October 22, 2015

9:00 am - 5:00 pm CCCAOE Board of Directors Meeting (TERRAZZA BALLROOM)

7:30 am - 10:00 am Conference Registration (BALLROOM FOYER)

7:30 am - 8:15 am Buffet Breakfast (PAVILION)

8:15 am - 10:00 am It’s All About the People (PAVILION)

  • Garry Ridge, WD-40 Company

10:00 am - 11:30 am California Career Pathways Trust Grant: Transforming or Reforming Career Pathways (PAVILION)

  • Mary Anstadt, Saddleback College
  • Brian Donnelly, OC Pathways, Orange County Office of Education
  • Eva Jimenez, Shasta College, Panel Moderator
  • Tiffany Morse, Ventura County Innovates, Ventura County Office of Education
  • Julius Sokenu, Moorpark College
  • Anthony Teng, Saddleback College, Poll Moderator
  • Russell Weikle, California Department of Education, CTE Division Director

Join CTE/EWD professionals as they share effective practices and the challenges of building
sustainable collaborations to effect long term career pathways change. This interactive plenary will
include live polling, video demonstrations, and a panel with question and answer period.

 

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Closing Session & Door Prizes (PAVILION)