Ideas from the For-Profit Sector on Making Your Program More Competitive

(Retired) | Last updated August 10, 2016

Ideas from the For-Profit Sector on Making Your Program More Competitive

(Retired) | Last updated August 10, 2016

Overview

  • Can you describe your institution as nimble?
  • Do you offer programs that meet the needs of adult learners?
  • Does your institution effectively use online education to reach non-traditional learners?
  • Do you offer practitioner-oriented programs?

Proprietary institutions have successes we can learn from. Use the insights from an instructor that has experienced both sides of the fence. Take lessons learned from the for-profit sector to enhance your program’s competitiveness, student success, and persistence.

J. Joseph Hoey will share best practices and case studies to illustrate innovations often used by the proprietary marketplace that are directly applicable to traditional institutions.

Join us to learn models that you can incorporate into the way education is delivered at your institution.

We will examine:

  • Building education around the student
  • Learning outcomes that connect learners and the workplace
  • Flexible course and program offerings
  • Steps to support students towards matriculation
  • The role of prior learning assessment

Why is this event retired?

At AI we want to always ensure that the best and most current trainings are available to members, and we regularly review our trainings to ensure that is the case.