Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative: Participate, Collaborate, Innovate 

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Workshops

IEPI INDICATORS WORKSHOP

NOVEMBER 28, 2016
Monday, 10 am to 3 pm
Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center
College of the Canyons
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Santa Clarita | Map

Integrated Planning: Adapting Best Practices for your College!

FEBRUARY 26, 2016
Friday, 10 am to 2 pm
$50 per person
Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center
Room 258,
College of the Canyons
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Santa Clarita | Map

 

POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
Integrated Planning Workshop

DeAnza College, Dec. 17, 2015
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Coast CCD, Jan. 22, 2016
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College of the Canyons
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What Will be Covered?

Demands on colleges for creating more and more plans continue to increase. For our colleges to be effective, these plans need to be integrated with each other and with resource allocation, facilities development, student services, curriculum development, course offering plans, hiring and technology procurement. During this workshop, several leading colleges with integrated planning will share best practices they developed and problems encountered in the process. Then, teams from each college will engage in structured activities to apply the best practices. Join us and walk away with a specific work plan to implement an effective and efficient integrated planning model at your college.

Who Should Attend?

Each district/college is encouraged to send a team of representatives that could include the following: CEO, CIO, CSSO, CBO, faculty representatives, classified staff representative, institutional researcher, and coordinators from basic skills, SSSP and student equity.

Presenters

  • Barry Gribbons, College of the Canyons
  • Daylene Meuschke, College of the Canyons
  • Barbara McNeice-Stallard, Mt. San Antonio College
  • Carolyn Holcroft, Foothill College
  • Denice Inciong, South Orange Community College District

Questions?

Contact Chloe McGinley at (661) 362-5104 or email

Note: Registration includes morning refreshments and lunch. Participants are responsible for parking and travel costs.

about IEPI

The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) is a collaborative effort to help advance the institutional effectiveness of California Community Colleges. Most importantly, IEPI will enhance the system’s ability to effectively serve students. It is jointly administered by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and College of the Canyons. Major components of the initiative include development of the statewide indicators per SB 852 and SB 860, making Technical Assistance Teams (now called Partnership Resource Teams) and implementation grants available to colleges interested in receiving assistance, and providing professional development opportunities.

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Equal Employment Opportunity & Equity in Faculty Hiring Regional Trainings

FEBRUARY 10, 2016
Wednesday, 10 am to 3:30 pm
$50 per person
Clovis Community College
10309 North Willow Ave.,
Fresno, CA 93730 | Map

 

FEBRUARY 16, 2016
Tuesday, 10 am to 3:30 pm
$50 per person
Yuba College
2088 N. Beale Rd., Marysville, CA 95901
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FEBRUARY 19, 2016
Friday, 10 am to 3:30 pm
$50 per person
Los Angeles Trade Technical College
2215 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90015
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General Information

It is believed that in academic years 2014-17, California Community Colleges will experience an increase in full-time faculty hiring not seen for nearly two decades, with an estimated 1,100 new full-time faculty members this academic year alone. Yet, in the past 10 years, only 20 to 30 percent of full-time faculty hires were from underrepresented groups.

The education benefits of having a diverse faculty are evident, as studies show that institutions with a diverse faculty closed student achievement gaps by 20 to 50 percent. Fairlie, R. W., Hoffman, F., Oreopoulos, P. (2014). A Community College Instructor Like Me: Race and Ethnicity Interactions in the Classroom. American Economic Review, 104(8): 2567-2591.

Education Code Section 87100 states the need for a “work force that is continually responsive to the needs of a diverse student population [which] may be achieved by ensuring that all persons receive an equal opportunity to compete for employment and promotion within the community college districts and by eliminating barriers to equal employment opportunity.” Title 5 Section 53003 requires that hiring committees be trained on the educational benefits of workforce diversity, the elimination of bias in hiring decisions, and best practices in serving on a selection or screening committee.

Who Should Attend?

Faculty, classified professionals, students, hiring managers, EEO Advisory Committees, and administrators are invited to attend.

Presenters

  • Feb. 10 – Kimberly Papillon, Thuy Nguyen, Jackie Reza
  • Feb. 16 – Kimberly Papillon, Jacob Knapp, Peter Khang, Jackie Reza

Questions?

Contact Chloe McGinley at (661) 362-5104 or email

Note: Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 registration fee for attending (lunch is included).

about IEPI

The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) is a collaborative effort to help advance the institutional effectiveness of California Community Colleges. Most importantly, IEPI will enhance the system’s ability to effectively serve students. It is jointly administered by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and College of the Canyons. Major components of the initiative include development of the statewide indicators per SB 852 and SB 860, making Technical Assistance Teams (now called Partnership Resource Teams) and implementation grants available to colleges interested in receiving assistance, and providing professional development opportunities.

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Audit & Fiscal Compliance: Develop Strategies to Navigate a Successful Audit & Maintain Fiscal Integrity

FEBRUARY 19, 2016
Friday, 10 am to 2 pm

$50 per person
College of the Canyons University Center
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Santa Clarita
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What Will be Covered?

With new funding allocations, changing regulations and the related compliance requirements, it is more important than ever to stay current to ensure fiscal compliance and integrity and achieve a successful audit. We know that Student Success and Student Equity, and the related funding, have become a major priority for the community college system. Add to that the new full-time faculty funding, base funding and access funding methodologies. This workshop will provide an overview of what auditors are expected to look for based on the CDAM, the top audit findings identified and potential solutions, the state and federal regulations that govern the audit process, who is responsible for fiscal oversight of instructional, grant and categorical programs and how to effectively gather audit evidence. The workshop will also review best practices to ensure fiscal compliance with related regulations that govern the fiscal activity of a community college.

A good audit is the foundation for fiscal integrity but it is based on the accuracy and attention to detail of daily financial transactions and the related oversight. The indicators and respective targets that have recently been identified statewide through IEPI and established by each district set a framework for fiscal integrity. Find out how these indicators, and other tools can help to standardize and simplify the information required to determine and maintain fiscal integrity of your district.

Who Should Attend?

Each district/college is encouraged to bring a team of representatives that could include the following: CEO, CIO, CSSO, CBO, faculty representatives, classified staff representative, institutional researcher, and coordinators from basic skills, SSSP and student equity.

Presenters

  • Heidi White, Partner, VTD (Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Company)
  • Bill Rauch, Partner, VTD (Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Company)
  • Sharlene Coleal, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Business Services, College of the Canyons
  • Cindy Grandgeorge, Associate Vice President, Business Services, College of the Canyons
  • Mario Rodriguez, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Finance and Facilities, California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

Questions?

Contact Chloe McGinley at (661) 362-5104 or email

Note: Registration includes workshop materials, parking, morning refreshments and lunch.

about IEPI

The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) is a collaborative effort to help advance the institutional effectiveness of California Community Colleges. Most importantly, IEPI will enhance the system’s ability to effectively serve students. It is jointly administered by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and College of the Canyons. Major components of the initiative include development of the statewide indicators per SB 852 and SB 860, making Technical Assistance Teams (now called Partnership Resource Teams) and implementation grants available to colleges interested in receiving assistance, and providing professional development opportunities.

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