Badge Evidence | Completed Courses (4 Hours Each)
Effective communication skills are essential in every aspect of life - especially in our work with students. This course provides a foundational understanding of all forms of communication and offers new techniques to improve admissions performance. In addition, a communication hierarchy provides participants with an advanced understanding of rapport building and connecting with today's students.
AD106Powerful Telephone Techniques
Whether your admissions personnel work exclusively by telephone or use the phone for setting a face-to-face appointment, they need a tool kit of powerful telephone techniques to be successful in working with students. This course provides best practices for both inbound and outbound calls. Admissions professionals learn how to project professionalism and a positive attitude in their telephone personality, and identify methods for conducting effective and appropriate calls.
AD107Connecting with Today's Students
Success in helping students begins with "connecting" in a meaningful way. These "connections" are formed through our ability to understand generational experiences and preferences in communication. Additionally, a better understanding of ourselves helps us connect with students. This course explores how to work better together through common collaborative principles and improving teamwork.
AD108Best Practices in an Ethical Enrollment Process
Ethical behavior in recruitment is essential to student and institutional success, and is a crucial component of a compliant institution. This course provides a framework to evaluate your current admissions interview process and offers new tools that allow for meaningful connections with today's students. An ethical enrollment process will help your students make their own best decisions and will increase the effectiveness of your admissions personnel.
Asking questions is an essential element of communication, especially when working with students. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the purpose and types of meaningful questions. You'll be introduced to fresh techniques as well as a framework to help refine your questioning to an art. In addition, the course examines the counterpoint of questioning — skillful listening — and how both are necessary to be the most effective.
CM150Understanding the Language and Intention of Accreditation Standards
In this course, using your accrediting body’s criteria, you will study the language and intention of accreditation. Participants will develop a different perspective on the self-study process and an understanding of how to craft the self-study report to effectively communicate how present practices meet the standards. Discover what the standards really are and what it takes to meet them, interpret and communicate your institution’s current operating practices in the context of the criteria, and develop a more accurate understanding and expression of how your institution can provide the evidence needed to demonstrate compliance.
CM151Onsite Visits – Be Ready Anytime
Is your campus ready for a full unannounced visit at any time? Onsite visits are becoming more frequent in recent years and unannounced visits even more so. This training is designed to aid campus leaders to be prepared, using best practices and practical tools, to host an onsite visitor at any time, including visits that are unannounced, by any organization such as state agencies, veterans’ organizations, regional, national and programmatic accrediting agencies and the Department of Education.
CM202Ohio Rules and Regulations for Admissions Agents
Compliance Training for Admissions Agents Applying for a New Permit This course is required by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools for all Admissions Agents applying for a New Permit.
CM251Students with Disabilities: Legal Obligations and Opportunities
This course provides faculty, staff, and administrators with an understanding of the legal mandates regarding equal access for students with disability. More importantly, it provides a practical framework to help institutional personnel know what to say and do in the context of their defined role and interactions with students with disabilities. Topics include the civil rights nature of applicable Federal law, definitional issues, the impact of disability on traditional education activities and pursuits, reasonable accommodations, and the unique responsibilities of faculty, staff, and administrators as prescribed by their position.
CM305Ohio Postsecondary Education’s Regulatory Environment
Compliance Training for Admissions Agents Applying for a Renewal License This course is required by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools for Admissions Agents applying for a Renewal License.
CS202Best Practices in Graduate Employment Verification & Documentation
Accurate representation of graduate outcomes is critical to upholding institutional integrity. All involved in employment reporting must continuously identify ways to strengthen their system for tracking, collecting, and verifying employment data. When documentation is both a quality and a compliance matter, staff must understand the verification program as a whole, the role they play in continuously improving it, and how to use professional principles and best practices in documentation. This course is designed to encourage participants to critically analyze their own employment reporting practices while sharing ideas and best practices that can help lead to the highest level of data integrity.
EL104Teaching and Organizing a Virtual Learning Environment
This course will provide you with basic information to teach in a virtual learning environment and understand the importance of organizing course content. You will learn about the important role technology tools play in teaching and organizing an online course. You will also learn the difference between synchronous and asynchronous learning. As the components of each are discussed, you will further identify appropriate methods, develop guidelines, organize content, and establish a pattern of teaching for each method.
MT103Placing Media for Results!
If you want to place an effective media buy that generates high quality leads at the lowest possible cost, and more importantly, the lowest possible cost per start, this is the course for you. This course will take you through the process step by step and prepare you for all of the pitfalls you can expect to encounter when placing television, newspaper and radio advertising. The course is designed to help educational institutions develop and implement successful media placement strategies. We will show you how you can tailor your advertising efforts to ensure success in meeting your goals. You will learn valuable techniques to utilize every step of the way when planning your media buys. From gathering market information, to developing a creative mix, to tracking the results, the course presents surefire methods that have proven successful across the country in markets large and small.
OH101Ohio Compliance Training for Director Positions
This course is approved by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools to satisfy compliance and ethics continuing education requirements for individual holding the following positions (or similar positions): School Directors, Education Directors, Placement Directors, Admissions Directors, and Financial Aid Directors. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion with 4 hours of continuing education credits.
OH110Ohio Faculty and Staff Compliance Course
This compliance course reflects the compliance standards that Ohio educators need to know and understand. The goal of this course is to help develop a better understanding of the topic, and produce tangible resources to help implement plans, strategies, and ideas at your school. This course will cover governing bodies, the enrollment process, standards, compliance concepts and more. Through video lectures, resource links, and assessments, learners will gain knowledge about and understand compliance standards. This course is approved by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools to satisfy compliance and ethics continuing education requirements. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion with 4 hours of continuing education credits.
RT102Orientation and First Week Activities to Increase Retention
Building a program to ensure a smooth "hand off" from Admissions to Faculty is a critical component of student retention. Applicants often develop a strong bond with their admissions representative that ends (from the institution's standpoint) once they begin classes. This online course provides practical ideas on designing an orientation program, first-week-of-class and other retention activities that connect the student with faculty, the college and each other that will help you retain and graduate more students.