Career Pathways Leadership
Career Pathways Leadership (CPL) Certification Institutes
If you are involved in career technical education, adult education, counseling, corrections, or workforce development and your duties have expanded to include Career Pathways, we invite you and your team to attend our Career Pathways Leadership (CPL) Certification Institutes.
1.5 days each. Below is a sampling of topics to be covered:
Leading Career Pathways: A Certification for Practitioners (formerly Career Pathways Leadership I)
This interactive workshop immerses you in best practices and insightful discussions based on the Advancing Credentials through Career Pathways Framework. Workshop segments include:
- Strategically engaging employers to support innovation
- Building community partnerships to facilitate seamless transitions
- Designing industry-responsive career pathways
- Using pathways mapping to identify and design stackable credentials
- Championing and facilitating non-credit to credit alignment
- Providing holistic student supports for credential completion
Participants will develop a local action plan and receive a toolbox of resources to deploy with K-16, adult education, community, and employer partners.
Scaling Career Pathways: A Certification for Influencers (formerly Career Pathways Leadership II)
This interactive workshop challenges you to take your pathways development to the next level, based on the Advancing Credentials through Career Pathways Framework. Workshop segments include:
- Assessing achievements and lessons learned
- Refining implementation practices to facilitate scaling
- Expanding employer engagement and work-based learning experiences
- Increasing awareness and leveraging stakeholder involvement
- Applying market responsiveness and sustainability strategies
Career Pathways Leadership (CPL) Certification for Adult Educators
1.5 days. This workshop covers the same general topics as our regular CPL workshop but focuses specifically on the roles of adult education practitioners, administrators, CTE directors, workforce and economic development personnel, and others who work with adult learners.