One in five Americans of working age has some college credit but has not completed a degree, and yet earning a post-secondary degree or credential is becoming a prerequisite for the majority of jobs of the new economy. Non-traditional learners, including returning veterans, who receive credit for prior learning (CPL) are more likely to attain a degree than those who do not.
In this interactive webinar, discover how credit for prior learning can be a strategy for accelerating degree completion.
- Barriers to and the importance of attainment.
- How institutions have successfully implemented CPL.
- Benefits of CPL for employers for growing a strong workplace.
- The impact of CPL on and perspectives from non-traditional learners.
- Dr. Becky Takeda-Tinker is the president of Colorado State University-Global Campus, the nation’s first online fully accredited public university. Becky holds a Ph.D. in Organization and Management with a specialization in Leadership, an M.B.A. in Finance with a post-graduate certificate in Marketing Management, and a B.A. in Economics.
- Dr. Robert Templin, Jr. has been the president of Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA)--one of the nation's largest community colleges -- since 2002. Over the last six years NOVA has doubled its number of degree graduates and has become the nation’s leading two-year college granting degrees in IT. NOVA’s transfer graduates have a baccalaureate completion rate of 81%.
- Kathleen Winningham is the Manager, Disney University Operations & Leadership Programs for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. She is responsible for company on-boarding programs, leadership development programs, internship education, and business operations for the Disney University East Coast.
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