Have success with credit programming in continuing education

Mon, Jan 05,2015 @ 10:00 AM
by LERN |

iStock_000016076135_SmallMaking credit programming available through continuing education is important and the demand for such programs is growing.

That's why LERN offers its C.E. and Credit Institute for anyone charged with creating innovative strategies for increasing retention and completion within a continuing education unit. The 2015 C.E. and Credit Institute is April 21-23 at the Westward Look Resort in Tucson, Arizona. 

The majority of workers do not have a college degree or credentials, yet by 2018, 63 percent of all jobs will require post-secondary education. The demand for workers with college educations will outpace supply by 300,000 per year by 2018. There is a huge need, demand and interest for more credit programming in continuing education units.

LERN's intensive, comprehensive institute on continuing education and credit programming provides practical strategies to increase access to adult and post-traditional learners, as well as ways to manage the challenges involved with institutional change. 

Download the complete C.E. and Credit Brochure. 

At the C.E. and Credit Institute you will have the chance to network with some of the top practictioners from across North America and learn from some of the latest case studies from the field. Attend and you will get the most intensive and comprehensive professional development in credit programming for continuing education. You will find out how credit benchmarks differ from noncredit. You will take home credit financial benchmarks, the best marketing strategies for credit, and the research, data and evidence to increase your credit revenue, profitability and visibility within your institution.

Register Now for the C.E.  and Credit Institute 




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