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^CCCAEA ISSUES AS DEFINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 1996-1997
Don Buie, Chair, NCCCAEA Issues Committee
1. Occupational Extension Funding and Literacy Funding at Parity With Curriculum.
The association continues to support the idea of parity funding.
2. Self Supporting Costing Guidelines for Basic Skills, Occupational and Community Service.
We feel that each college must be able to address each business and industry need on an individual basis and use the best
resources available to meet its training needs. Funds collected from self-supporting classes are institutional funds and will be
accounted for according to established procedures used for other institutional funds.
3. Suggested Procedures for Dealing with 16 and 17 Year Old Basic Skills Students.
Our goal is to develop a set of procedures that will assist colleges as they work to serve this population.
4. Improving the LEIS.
Our goal is to assist the system office to improve and streamline the LEIS.
5. Service to Existing Industries.
Our goal is to propose guidelines to the system office relative to services that should be provided to existing industries.
6. Distance Learning
The group will discuss ways that distance learning can be encouraged and ways to make it economically feasible for colleges.
7. Workplace Services
Our goal is to develop a plan that can be followed by colleges as they strive to organize a workplace sales and deliveiy team
composed of Basic Skills, HRD, Occupational Extension, FIT, NEI, Small Business and Curriculum.
8. One Stop Centers & Workforce Development Boards.
The overall goal is to ensure that community colleges are major players as federal funds are transferred to block grants. We hope
to develop a plan to suggest to colleges ways to effectively work with One Stop Centers and WDB's.
9. Basic Skills Instructor Competencies
There is a movement to develop a set of competencies for Basic Skills instructors to assist in the assessment and staff
development of this group. Our goal will be to monitor this process and provide input when appropriate.
10. Development of Mission and Goal Statement for Community Services.
The association continues this effort which was started last year by the Community Services Issues Sub Committee.
\CCC.\E.4 ISSUES COMAIITTEE
Donald Buie, Chair
Central Carolina CC
Blue Ridge CC
Vance Granville CC
Davidson County CC
Caldwell CC & TI
Catawba Valley CC
Western Piedmont CC
Western Piedmont CC
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