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Congratulations to our IACET Authorized Providers
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The following organizations were accredited in October 2012.
AESYS Technologies, LLC York, PA
American Water College Palmdale, CA
Athletic Business Media Madison, WI
Charlotte Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Charlotte, NC
Childcare Resources Birmingham, AL
Consortium for Older Adult Wellness Lakewood, CO
FranklinCovey Co. Salt Lake City, UT
Genesis 3 Inc. Murfreesboro, TN
International Code Council Washington, DC
Military Child Education Coalition Harker Heights, TX
UL PureSafety Franklin, TN
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) Watertown, MA




IACET welcomes Chinese delegation
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On Monday, Nov. 5 IACET welcomed the Chinese Delegation in McLean, VA. The delegation was comprised of 15 continuing education and training professionals representing local government, higher education and the private sector. More

Submit your IACET webinar proposal today — Deadline is Nov 9
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IACET would like to invite you to submit a presentation proposal for our monthly Connection webinars. IACET's Connection webinars are available free of charge to Authorized Providers and individual members, and covers topics ranging from learning outcomes to best practices in continuing education and training. More

Getting to Kirkpatrick Levels 3 and 4: Creating believable value
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TrainingIndustry.com webinar, Getting to Kirkpatrick Levels 3 and 4: Creating Believable Value, sponsored by Xerox has the following resources available:

Guest commentary — To create jobs, create a skilled workforce
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Each year, millions of jobs are created for workers with the right skills to fill them. These jobs are permanent, family-sustaining and unlikely to be outsourced. While it's important to talk about "creating" new jobs within our nation, it's also crucial that we fill the ones that already exist. The skills that these jobs require will be in-demand by employers long after any short-term job-creation program comes to a halt. More

Adult community classes ensure learning doesn't end at graduation
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Classroom lights burn bright into the night several days a week in Fox Chapel Area and Mt. Lebanon high schools in Pittsburgh, where learning and laughter continue long after the day students have gone home. Desks, work tables, kitchens, swimming pools and gymnasiums in the schools are filled with adults who pay to attend night classes — not because they are required to learn but because they want to learn. An average of 1,400 to 1,800 enroll each year in 80 to 90 classes offered in adult education programs in Fox Chapel Area, and nearly 1,300 participate in 40 to 45 classes in Mt. Lebanon. More

3 essential skill sets for instructor excellence in multi-platform training
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Our experience is showing that a really good instructor can usually overcome the deficiencies that may exist in a multi-platform training program's curriculum or its delivery mechanism. Moreover, unfortunately, even the strongest program can be undermined if the instruction is inadequate. The instructor is a critical make-or-break element in any connected classroom — and an element that can sometimes be undervalued when a training program becomes too narrowly focused on the program's technology. More

Facebook provides privacy education for new users
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It's an important step towards empowering users to take control over their information. Although Facebook has often been criticized for what some consider to be "lack of privacy," the service has long offered extensive user privacy controls, but many people simply don't know how to use them. More

Universities woo continuing education students on Facebook with Jenzabar widget
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Two universities are the first to use a widget from education technology company Jenzabar to give prospective students a quick way to access a course form directly from Facebook. Emory Continuing Education in Atlanta and California State University San Marcos are both users of Jenzabar's Higher Reach, a set of administrative applications for managing continuing education programs that make the linkage possible. In 2011 the company introduced a feature that allows users to create a Facebook catalog application to connect the continuing education catalog with the school's Facebook page. The widget enables a Facebook user to browse and "shop" for class offerings from within the social networking site. More

How to continue your education while working
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If you are thinking about continuing your education while still working, you need to do your own personal homework long before grabbing the books and heading back to class. Figuring out your career goals and the best ways to juggle both work and school are important first steps in the continuing education decision and program search, national experts agree. And this critical due diligence can lead to the best choices for you and your long-term professional plans. More
   



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