Spring Faculty Minimum Qualifications and Equivalencies Regional Workshop South
Spring Faculty Minimum Qualifications and Equivalencies Regional Workshop
As a part of its efforts to respond to the recommendations of the Strong Workforce Task Force regarding the recruitment and hiring of qualified CTE faculty, the ASCCC held regional workshops in the fall to bring together faculty leaders from around the state to engage in conversations about faculty minimum qualifications and the effective use of equivalency processes. The ASCCC is continuing these efforts this spring, in partnership with the Chancellor’s Office and our CIO and HR partners, by holding workshops for college teams of faculty leaders, CIOs, and HR professionals. These workshops are designed to not only provide information, but to also catalyze discussions within and between colleges about minimum qualifications and the application of local equivalency processes.
Friday, March 10
5885 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737-3002
This interactive workshop will include an information presentation on minimum qualifications and equivalency, conversations about local equivalency processes, and equivalency applications scenario activities.
Colleges are asked to send teams that include the following individuals:
• Senate presidents, equivalency chairs, and CTE liaisons.
• Chief Instructional Officers.
• HR professionals (both administrators and staff).
What to Bring
Attendees are asked to bring with them copies of their local equivalency processes as they are needed for the group discussions on local processes.
Costs and Registration
Free but registration is required.
No shows or cancellations after the deadline will be billed $25. If you are unable to attend please email events [at] asccc.org before the cancellation deadline. Cancellations must be received in writing.