The LERN C.E. Model…New and Essential
September 13 – October 29, 2021
Successful continuing education programs require leaders who can both lead and manage. The LERN C.E. Model course is for people new to continuing education leadership, staff looking to climb the leadership ladder, and seasoned leaders.
The LERN C.E. Model is not a cookie cutter template. Instead it is an assortment of leadership, course programming, marketing, contract training and operations strategies, best practices and benchmarks a continuing education program should employ to improve performance.
Successfully leading a continuing education program is not easy. You must have expertise in finance, staff structure and management, new revenue generation, data analysis, increasing intellectual capital, planning, and much more. The LERN C.E. Model course incorporates everything a continuing education leader needs to know and do.
LERN staff work daily with North American continuing education leaders and developed The LERN C.E. Model by understanding why successful continuing education leaders are winners. If you want to be a successful continuing education leader, The LERN C.E. Model course is a must for you.
Unit 1: The State of Continuing Education
Unit 2: Finances
Unit 3: Course Programming
Unit 4: Marketing
Unit 5: Contract Training
Unit 6: Operations
Unit 7: Leading a Continuing Education Team
Greg Marsello is a LERN co-founder and senior advisor. For over 45 years Marsello has operated continuing education programs and supported North American continuing education leaders turning around challenged programs and growing successful ones. Over his career he has reviewed and assessed over 300 continuing education programs and collected critical information on successful continuing education leadership practices. His hands-on experience and diverse knowledge of the continuing education industry positions him to share continuing education leadership “Information That Works!”
$995 for the first person from your institution, $595 for the second and the third person is free!