2011 DETC Fall Workshop
October 16-18, 2011
The Loews Vanderbilt Hotel * Nashville, TN
Should Your Courses Have Credit Recommendations?
Mr. Robert Frankel, AHS Institute
Ms. Tina Grant, National College Credit Recommendation Service
Monday, October 17 *
1:30 - 2:15 and 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. * Neely Room (Mezzanine Level)
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Give your noncollegiate courses and students a collegiate advantage. Join us to demystify the college credit evaluation process and discover the benefits of having your courses carry college credit recommendations. Learn what the evaluation process entails and how it compares to the DETC accreditation process. Find out how to bring your learning experiences to the college level and learn how credit recommendations can help you build relationships within the higher education community.
Led by Tina Grant, Director of National CCRS, and Robert Frankel, Dean of AHS Institute, participants will get a firsthand account about the course evaluation process from both the perspective of the evaluator and the school.
Learn more about the presenter, see their goals for the session, and download a copy of the session's handouts!
At the end of this session the attendees will be able to:
- Discuss the benefits of college credit recommendations for both the school and students.
- Determine if their school/organization is eligible and would benefit from a credit evaluation.
- Begin preparations for the college credit evaluation process.
Mr. Robert Frankel is Assistant Director for National Tax Training School and Dean of AHS Institute. AHS Institute courses have been evaluated by National CCRS and carry college credit recommendations. AHS courses have been successfully transferred by students toward accredited degree programs.
Robert has an MBA and PhD (ABD) from Touro University International. He is actively involved in distance education and nontraditional learning as an instructor and evaluator. Robert has served on many review teams examining noncollegiate courses for possible college credit recommendations. He has also been involved in the DETC accreditation process and served as part of a DETC site visiting team.
Ms. Tina Grant is the Director of the National College Credit Recommendation Service (formerly National PONSI), a program offered by the University of the State of New York, Regents Research Fund based in Albany, NY. Ms. Grant has a Masters of Science degree in Education from The State University of New York at Albany and a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Connecticut, Storrs and more than twenty years of experience in education and the non-profit sector.