Noncredit Possibilities for Real Estate Certificates LaTonya Parker,
Noncredit Possibilities for Real Estate Certificates LaTonya Parker, ASCCC Area D Representative/ Noncredit & Basic Skills Chair Janet Fulks, ASCCC Guided Pathways Faculty Lead October 4, 2019 Outcomes After this 45 minute session attendees should be able to; Describe how a Real Estate student fits a noncredit student profile. Compare and contrast credit and noncredit course options. Examine noncredit advantages for students, institutions, faculty and scheduling. Delineate the curriculum approval steps necessary and regulations associated with the process.
Access links to necessary documents describing the noncredit process and the advantages. Who exactly are typical noncredit students? First generation college attenders Re-entry students Working adults with children Update/upgrade career skills builders
Adult immigrants Older Adults Just for fun students CREDIT VS. NONCREDIT Degrees and Certificates of Achievement Certificates of completion competency Unit bearing Hour bearing Scheduling on the basic semester units and blocks
Open entry open exit or managed enrollment Designated lecture & lab hours No lecture or lab designation Grades (A-F or P/NP) Grades dependent on district (P/SP/NP, A-F) Transcript Some schools noncredit courses Generated Apportionment
Generates apportionment Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) or regular noncredit Student fees apply No student fees Not repeatable Repeatable What is Noncredit? Noncredit courses are zero unit courses offered to
students without the expense of enrollment fees Noncredit courses are designed to help students reach personal, academic, and professional goals. Noncredit courses often serve as a point of entry for underserved students as well as a transition point to prepare students for employment or credit instruction. Why Noncredit? Tuition is free No financial aid necessary Accessible to students Open entry/open exit format (optional) can serve students at point of inquiry.
Flexible scheduling Access to counseling Why Noncredit? Focus on skill attainment, not grades or units Repeatable and not affected by 30 unit basic skills limitation Elementary level skills to pre-collegiate Prepare for employment or credit programs Career and Technical Education: preparation, practice, and certification Bridge to other educational/career pathways Allows returning adults to develop self efficacy, low risk environment
Why Noncredit? Faculty Perspective More freedom to tailor course curriculum Focus on skill attainment, not units Courses have immediate impact on students lives and communities Innovate! Create new courses and programs to meet students needs. Opportunity for students to repeat a course, practice skills, and become more proficient. Why Noncredit? Faculty Perspective Opens the equity doorprovides access to underserved students
Most noncredit students are our Disportionate Impacted (DI) students Opportunity for students to start/prepare for a career path Option for students needing review courses in math and English. Comparison of Outcomes Statewide Grades for Credit Courses Fall 2017 based upon a semester Grades for Noncredit Fall 2017 Based upon Outcomes 100% 100% 90%
90% 80% 80% 70% 10% 0% ro pp ed D
D N o o N Grade A Grade B Grade C Grade D Grade F In co m pl
et e 10% el ay ed 0% ep or t 20%
20% R 30% 30% re di t 40% 40%
C 50% 50% Pa ss P erce n to fS tu
d en ts A c h iev in gG ra d e 60% 60%
Pa ss Percent of Students Achieving Grade 70% NonCredit Issues Funding enhanced funding Accountability MIS issues Full-time faculty shortage all CTE Faculty load by hours lends to PT Curricular standards Minimum Qualifications (MQs) no masters degree required
Do not count for or against Faculty Obligation Number (FON) Noncredit Myth #1 Myth Reality Noncredit courses are not Noncredit courses include as rigorous as credit courses. Noncredit courses are just lab courses.
assessment, instruction, and often homework. Noncredit instructors may use different pedagogy, but courses are not watered down. Short-term vocational courses are often followed by state licensing exams. Noncredit Myth #2 Myth Like credit courses, noncredit courses are not repeatable.
Reality Noncredit courses are repeatable so that a student doesnt have to complete the course in a prescribed period of time. Title 5 55002 Standards and Criteria for Courses: Noncredit (c) (4) (4) Repeated enrollment only in accordance with provisions of article 4 of subchapter 1 of chapter 6 () 58161 55044 Repetition of variable course units silent on noncredit.
Noncredit: Murky Matters Can I just change a credit course to a noncredit course? Can I create a mirror course to credit? Eligible Noncredit Courses: Ten Categories 1. English as a Second Language (ESL)* 2. Immigrant Education 3. Elementary and Secondary Basic Skills* 4. Health and Safety 5. Substantial Disabilities 6. Parenting 7. Home Economics 8. Courses for Older Adults
9. Short-term Vocational* (1), (3), (9), (10) are eligible for Enhanced Funding if 10. Workforce Preparation**Areasassociated with an approved noncredit program. 15 Short-Term Vocational Designed for high employment potential that lead to a career-technical objective, or a certificate or award directly related to employment. Short-term vocational programs should be designed to: improve employability; provide job placement opportunities; or prepare students for collegelevel coursework or transfer to a four-year degree program. They shall also be mission appropriate (Ed. Code 66010.4 (a)(1), meet a documented labor market demand, ensure there is no unnecessary duplication of other
employment training programs in the region, demonstrate effectiveness as measured by the employment and completion success of students, and be reviewed in the institutions program review process every two years. MIS Data Element Code CB22=I Can I create a mirrored noncredit course within a credit course? Colleges can have equivalent versions of credit and noncredit courses (usually seen in ESL or short term vocational). Mirrored noncredit courses can only be offered in credit classes that fall within the 10 noncredit categories. These courses are scheduled at the same time, with a credit
instructor. Usually 3-5 noncredit seats are reserved. COR the same for credit and noncredit course. Noncredit students will receive a grade of P or NP. Held to the same standards of credit students. Can I create a mirrored noncredit course within a credit course? Colleges can choose whether they allow noncredit students to petition for course credit through credit by exam. If noncredit student receives a P, local college can choose to articulate noncredit student to next level course. These types of courses can be helpful for students that
are transitioning from noncredit to credit. Noncredit mirrored course will have a unique control number different from credit. Effects of Student Centered Funding Formula Credit $3,727/FTES For 2019-2020 (65% FTES) + Supplemental (low income metrics 20%) + Student Success Metrics (10%) Regular Noncredit $3,347/FTES CDCP Noncredit $5,457/FTES** Career Development and College Preparation CDCP certificates prepare for employment or success in
college-level credit coursework. Four categories of courses that, if combined into a noncredit certificate, can be eligible for apportionment funding equal to credit. ESL, Basic Skills, Short-term Vocational, Workforce Prep Requirements established in Ed. Code 84760.5 Noncredit: Murky Matters Do I follow the same process in creating a Short-Term Vocational program as I do for a credit CTE program? Unlike credit, noncredit Short-Term Vocational programs are not required to create an advisory board. Additionally,
noncredit programs do not require the approval of the Regional Consortium. LMI or equivalent data must be included in the noncredit COR. With the new noncredit streamlining approval process, Short-term Vocational certificates still must be approved by the Chancellors Office. Short-Term Vocation courses ,however, will be eligible for approval at the local level. CURRENT PROCESSES Is the certificate covered under the noncredit categories in regulation? Eligible Noncredit Categories
EC 84757; CCR title 5 58160 The underlined instructional categories are eligible for (CDCP) enhanced funding, in accordance with Education Code 84760.5 and CCR title 5 section 55151 (i.e., ESL, Elementary and Secondary Basic Skills, Short-term Vocational With High Employment Potential, and Workforce Preparation). Career Development and College Preparation Courses (CDCP) Education Code Statutes: CDCP Funding (84750.5); Intended to bridge students into higher education and/or earned employment Must be part of a noncredit certificate to receive enhanced funding. Categories: Elementary and Secondary Basic Skills
English as a Second Language Workforce Development Short-term Vocational (including CTE and Workforce prep for older adults) Noncredit Program Definition An education program defined in title 5, section 55000(m), as an organized sequence of courses leading to a defined objective, a degree, a certificate, a diploma, a license, or transfer to another institution of higher education. All noncredit programs that receive state funding require Chancellors Office approval. CDCP Policy Requirements 5 CCR 55151 A noncredit course involving CDCP will be
eligible for enhanced funding pursuant to EC 84750.5 and 84760.5 if it satisfies the following requirements: Content and assessment standards for certificates shall be defined by the local curriculum committee Curriculum committee shall review noncredit educational programs leading to a certificate using the same standards as applied to credit educational programs leading to a certificate Approved by the governing board of the district Submitted to and approved by Chancellors Office Noncredit Program Approval Five criteria used by the Chancellors Office to approve noncredit programs and courses. These criteria are as follows: Approval Guidelines Title 5 55150
a) Approval from the CO through established process b) COR must be on file with each college c) Colleges must keep current records d) NC programs that qualify for enhanced funding, adult HS diplomas, other NC program approved by the CO e) Must use established CO forms and records Elements of the COR for Noncredit Course Number and Title 5 55002 (c) 1 Title
Course Description Total Contact Hours Course Objectives Course Content Method of Instruction Methods of Evaluation Assignments and Other Activities Short Term Vocational MIS Data Element Code: CB11- J or K, CB22- I Valid T.O.P Codes : Any Vocational TOP Code **Unlike credit, do not have to have an advisory board for noncredit STV No regional or advisory input required for STV certificate
proposals Do need to provide LMI data or or attach another data source containing current labor market or job availability data with an explanation of how the data is verified. Short-term Vocational Certificate Proposals STV program proposals must provide evidence of high employment potential in one of two ways: Identify the area of instruction on the list of occupational titles with high employment potential ( http://www.labormarketinfo.ca.gov ) Attach another data source containing current labor market or job availability data with an explanation of how the data is verified
No regional or advisory input required for STV certificate proposals California Ed Code 84760.5 (a) For purposes of this chapter, the following career development and college preparation courses and classes for which no credit is given, and that are offered in a sequence of courses leading to a certificate of completion, that lead to improved employability or job placement opportunities, or to a certificate of competency in a recognized career field by articulating with college-level coursework, completion of an associate of arts degree, or for transfer to a four-year degree program, shall be eligible for funding subject to subdivision (b)(3) Short-term vocational programs with high-employment
potential, as determined by the chancellor in consultation with the Employment Development Department utilizing job demand data provided by that department. Curriculum Review Process & Timeline Timeframe Timeframe determined determined per per local local policy policy
Timeframe Timeframe determined determined per local local policy *Note: Curriculum proposals are reviewed in the order in which they are submitted into the COCI queue, to include revision requests Submit proposal into COCI Occurs
Occurs within within 60 60 days days of of submittal submittal to to CCCCO; timeframe CCCCO; timeframe subject subject to to total total number
number of of proposals proposals received received** Program Submission Courses must first be approved before the college can submit a proposal for a new CDCP program CDCP funding for courses that are part of a CDCP program cannot be received until the program is approved Cannot divide a class that is 110 hours or less into two courses to create a certificate
Concerns and Responsibilities Colleges and districts need to be cognizant of the ten noncredit categories and must ensure all approved courses clearly fit into an appropriate category Approved noncredit certificate programs must clearly align with the appropriate CDCP certificate Be responsible and respectful of the regulations! Otherwise streamlined noncredit approval is in jeopardy for everyone PROGRAM AND COURSE APPROVAL HANDBOOK (PCAH) 6th EDITION
Part IIINoncredit Curriculum 37 Questions? Thank you! More questions? [email protected] References Program and Course Approval Handbook (PCAH) http://extranet.cccco.edu /Portals/1/AA/Credit/2017/PCAH6thEditionJuly_FINAL.pdf
Chancellors Office Noncredit Info http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/AcademicAffairs/CurriculumandInstructio nUnit/Curriculum/NoncreditCurriculumandInstructionalPrograms.aspx Noncredit Instruction: Opportunity and Challenge (ASCCC paper) http://www.asccc.org/sites/default/files/publications/noncredit-instruction09_ 0.pdf Preparing Students for Careers and College through Noncredit Enhanced Funding (CCCCO Report Dec 2016) http:// californiacommunitycolleges.cccco.edu/Portals/0/Reports/2016-C DCP-Report-ADA.pdf
California Community Colleges Chancellors Office (2006). Noncredit at a Glance. Sacramento, CA http://ccccio.org/documents/NoncreditGuide_5e.pdf
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