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NCCET Webinar - Turn-Key Training: How to Launch a NEW Program in 90 Days


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  • 1. Turn Key Turn-Key Training: How to Launch a NEW Program in 90 Days November 18, 2009 •With in-house resources 2:00 pm EST Bill Holmes, Pima Community College Holmes •With a partnership Sandy Jones, Anne Arundel Community College
  • 2. A New Program in 90 Days with I H ith In-House Resources R Bill Holmes Pima Community College
  • 3. Goal: Satisfied Customers
  • 4. I.D.E.A. • Identify Principle Activities • Determine Interdependencies • Estimate Resource Needs • Act to Implement
  • 5. Identify Principle Activities 3. Presentation Backward Planning 2. Logistics 1. Planning
  • 6. Determine Interdependencies 1.Hardware People, Parts & 2.Cooling ti 2 C li time Processes 3.Boss has 3B h blueberry allergy y gy
  • 7. Estimate Resource Needs 1.Ingredients Logistics 2.Time 3.Personnel “Bandwidth” Bandwidth
  • 8. Act to Implement 1.Bake Coordination 2.Transport 3.Deliver to Client
  • 9. Polling Question What Do You Do Best? At A my institution, we are b at: i i i best • Id if i Principle Activities dentifying P i i l A i i i • Determining Interdependencies • Estimating Resource Needs • Acting to Implement
  • 10. Intro to Homeland Security I.D.E.A. • Contract • Federal Agency F d lA • Identify Principle Activities • Pima Community College • Determine Interdependencies • Curriculum prefix p • New course • New outline • Estimate Resource Needs • Instructors • Act to Implement p • Knowledge & Experience g p • Certification & Hire • Logistics • Classrooms • Textbooks
  • 11. Intro to Homeland Security Timeline Research Prepare Initial curriculum & College Class TSA s g s S signs syllabus & phone instructors; signs i Begins contract registration call identify contract forms classrooms 25 Jun 09 31 Jul 09 29 Aug 09 29 Sep 09 Meet with local client, identify students, Books complete instructor hiring, load new g Ordered curriculum 96 Days
  • 12. Other I.D.E.A. Programs in 90 Days • 8 hours of non-credit customer service training for a local shuttle company – D l customized curriculum Develop t i d i l • 10 hours of CEU for radiological technologists – Market the open enrollment class open-enrollment
  • 13. Tip: Look for Adobe Acrobat & PowerPoint from .edu Sources Homeland Security S e a rc h Advanced Search .pdf Need more tools? or Results per page: p p g .edu edu .ppt Language: File Type: Search within a site or domain: Often not copyrighted and ready for classroom use
  • 14. Tip: Use a Checklist Client: Transportation Security Administration Notes Contact: Airport Arthur, Ph 999-9339 TSA HQs: Tom Tunes, Ph Email 202-454-6969 Contract: Approved 29 Aug 09 Course Info: GOV 101, “Intro to Homeland Security” New course outline 9/29/09 – 12/17/09 approved 7/24/09 Instructors: Sue Simmons & Ken Kline HR paperwork OK Classroom: Classroom 105 or at TSA training room Details in syllabus Master Schedule: Course Numbers 90611 & 90614 Term 201009 Student Forms: Registration, Syllabus, FERPA 1 student with “hold” Textbooks: 48 ordered 8/29/09; received 9/14/09 Delivered to TSA 24 Sep Invoice: Emailed to TSA HQs 9/25/09 TSA needs before 30 Sep
  • 15. That’s all from Tucson…
  • 16. A New Program in 90 Days with Partnerships: Keep Your Friends Close and Your Competition Cl Cl dY C titi Closer Sandy J S d Jones Anne Arundel Community College
  • 17. Main Points: • Background • Why Develop Partnerships? • Why Partner with the Competition? • Defining the Competition • Characteristics of a Great Partner • Benefits to the Partner • Not All Partnerships Are Good Partnerships p p
  • 18. Polling Question • How many partners do you work with in a g given year on course/programming y p g g related activities? a) Less than 10 ess t a 0 b) 10 – 20 c) 20 – 30 d) 30 +
  • 19. Why Develop Partnerships? • Expand course offerings • Great way to start p g y programs that may have high start-up costs y g p • Increase enrollment and revenue • Capitalize on another organization’s assets – Curriculum – Facilities – Marketing Ability – Brand Recognition
  • 20. Expand Course Offerings ff
  • 21. Lower Start-Up Costs
  • 22. Increase Enrollment and Revenue
  • 23. Capitalize On Another Organization’s Assets
  • 24. Why Partner with the Competition?
  • 25. Defining the competition… f • Any entity offering education/training opportunities within y pp your area of service – Internal • Credit departments p – External • Businesses, agencies, organizations – for profit, non-profit
  • 26. A Few Examples…
  • 27. A Few Examples…
  • 28. Polling Question • What are the benefits to the partner of working with your college? g y g a) Marketing through your non-credit schedule of classes b) Strong brand recognition of your college in the community c) Use of college facilities d) All of the above
  • 29. Benefits to the Partner f • Marketing with no up-front costs – Schedule of classes – W b Si Web Site • Linking with an institution of higher education provides credibility and expertise • Facilities • CEUs C Us • Non-credit certificates
  • 30. Partners To Consider • Local and Regional Associations • Chamber of Commerce • Local businesses • Local proprietary schools • Associations/Organizations that your faculty are affiliated with
  • 31. Questions
  • 32. OpusWorks from The Quality Group p y p • E-Learning Content – Since 1992 Interactive Video/Multimedia Blended (e-)Learning Laser Discs, CDs, Manual Customization • OpusWorks e-Platform – Since 2001 Portals – Branded Access Conductor – Administration/Management Composer – Customization, Development • Key OpusWorks Attribute: 100% Web-based Design: Flexible and Intuitive Mix ‘n Match Content: Off-the-Shelf, Customized, Custom Developers: SMEs and e-Learning Experts e Learning Uses: Strategic Deployments, Organizations, Communities
  • 33. About The Quality Group • The Quality Group has been providing customized, blended e-Learning solutions for leading g g g global corporations and academic institutions since 1992. Our solutions include engaging content ranging from Lean, Six Sigma, SPC and Basic Statistics to Project Management ,Employability Soft Skills (our WinAt-Work series) and ISO 9000 Internal Auditor Traininng • TQG has partnered with some of the top Colleges and Universities in the country. Since 2004, these colleges and universities have trained 8,000 individuals and companies using TQG’s e-Learning.
  • 34. A Reputation for Innovation • Corporate Clients BofA: B fA 50% f t d l faster developmentt Seagate: Ideal for Complex Certifications CSX: Key Enabler AT&T: Game Changer g • Academic Partners CPCC Cuyahoga Community College C h C it C ll • Content & Consulting Partners MSSC Alamo Learning Systems Juran Institute
  • 35. OpusWorks Conductor (Delivery) p ( y) Interlinked Portals … Unique Portal Admin & Databases Seamless C S l Connectivity ti it … Tactical T ti l LMS for e-Learning f L i
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