New on-line course offerings for career college professionals

1. Check the KACCS on-line training center for enrollment information regarding “ED144- Student Empowerment for Learning Success.”

The course explores the different components of student empowerment and the value that it has in learning success. Student empowerment is a necessary component for students as they transition to and through postsecondary training. Content will be presented that will raise awareness of what student empowerment is and how it can enhance the learning process for students. Strategies are given for enhancing the development of student empowerment that can be implemented both online and onsite.

2. Also now available, “ED407: Writing Performance Objectives.”

This course focuses on one of the most important parts of a course: the performance objectives.  It will discuss the proper procedures for writing performance objectives, while exploring the various types of learning objectives that may be appropriate for your courses.

ED407 and ED 144 are listed under the “Instructional Planning & Design” tab in the Teaching Category.

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New on-line course available in KACCS Online Training Center

El118 – Using Various “Realities” in Online Courses will provide you with an overview of Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR). With the advancements that have been made in providing reality-based instruction, this course will help instructors to stay current with the latest developments in the different types of realities that are available as instructional supports.

Learn more about this course by visiting the KACCS Online Training Center at www.kaccstraining.org. Members, contact KACCS or vip@kaccstraining.org for VIP discount codes for online courses.   

New Online Course Available! Go to KACCS Online Training Center

While no instructor can possibly identify with every aspect of a veteran’s experience, it is possible to become more aware of some of the challenges facing veterans as they reintegrate into civilian life:

ED142- Military Veterans: Integrating Veterans into Post-Secondary Classes examines the various challenges veterans face when attempting to pursue courses of study following military engagements and service.

Learn more about this course by visiting the KACCS Online Training Center at www.kaccstraining.org. Members, contact KACCS or vip@kaccstraining.org for VIP discount codes for online courses.

This online training opportunity is courtesy MaxKnowledge, Inc. for KACCS member colleges and schools and their faculty, staff and leadership.

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25 High-paying jobs in KY…

. . . that do not require a four-year bachelors degree, including nine that are based on programs offered by career colleges and schools:

  • LAN and WAN network specialist/associate degree/$68 K (annual mean income U.S.)
  • Dental Hygienist/associate degree/$75K
  • Construction trades supervisor/high school or certificate/$70K
  • Diagnostic sonographer/associate degree/73K
  • MRI tech/associate degree/$72K
  • Radiology diagnostic tech/associate degree/$78K
  • Web developer/associate degree/$75K
  • Radiation therapist/associate degree/$86K
  • Logistics manager/high school or certificate/$103K
  • Go to “Members” list to review programs offered by KACCS member colleges and schools.

“As of late June, the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development reports that the distribution and logistics industry in Kentucky employs 68,709 people at 541 facilities across the state.

“Looking at the top jobs on the list of the highest paying jobs that don’t require a four-year degree, the top job is transportation, storage and distribution manager, with a local annual mean income of $95,380. Transportation inspectors, aircraft mechanics and services technicians fall in the top 10.

“We identified 25 of the highest paying jobs that employers usually don’t require a four-year degree. The data comes from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.”

Source: Allison Stines, Louisville Business First, 7.2.19