2017 AEBG Regional Training Series

The AEBG regional training series will cover student data collection requirements for AEBG-funded students. The training sessions are face-to-face at various locations throughout the region. The day one session will cover policy guidance, program metrics, and community college specific changes. The day two sessions will cover assessment basics and the technical submission of student data.

Click here to download the AEBG Data and Accountability PowerPoint Presentation (Day One Training).

Click here to access the 2017 Regional Training Q&As.
All of the Q&As from the Regional Training are listed under "2017 Regional Training" and can be searched by subject area.

Playback the Regional Training webinar here.

Below is the schedule of regional training sessions. Click on the event description to register for each training session. If you have any questions or trouble with registration, please contact AEBG TAP at (888) 827-2324 or tap@aebg.org.

2017 Regional Training Calendar

Tue, September 26th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Burbank Adult School, Burbank: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Wed, September 27th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Burbank Adult School, Burbank: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Wed, September 27th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Burbank Adult School, Burbank: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
Thu, October 5th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
San Mateo Adult School, San Mateo: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Fri, October 6th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
San Mateo Adult School, San Mateo: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Fri, October 6th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
San Mateo Adult School, San Mateo: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
Tue, October 10th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Sacramento COE, Sacramento: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Wed, October 11th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
San Sacramento COE, Sacramento: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Wed, October 11th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Sacramento COE, Sacramento: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
Tue, October 17th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Vista Adult School, Vista: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Wed, October 18th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Vista Adult School, Vista: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Wed, October 18th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Vista Adult School, Vista: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
Tue, October 24th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Madera Adult School, Madera: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Wed, October 25th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Fresno Adult School, Fresno: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Wed, October 25th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Fresno Adult School, Fresno: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
Tue, November 7th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Tue, November 7th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
Wed, November 8th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Wed, November 15th
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
Join Neil Kelly from the AEBG Office to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college specific changes, and more.
Wed, November 16th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino: AEBG Assessment Basics
AEBG Assessment Basics Training provides participants with a basic understanding of how to administer appraisals and pre-and post-tests, interpret test results, and use curriculum support materials to enhance instruction and workforce readiness. At the end of this training, participants will be able to: •Select and administer appropriate tests •Interpret and use test results •Look at the links between curriculum, instruction, and assessment and how the three fit together •Identify resources for instruction.
Wed, November 16th
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino: TOPSpro Enterprise Basics
TOPSpro Enterprise (TE) tracks student assessment and program results and provides tools to communicate program effectiveness to all stakeholders. Join Jay Wright from CASAS for this hands-on computer lab training to learn and use the many robust features of TE that improve data collection and provide greater opportunities to analyze and interpret solutions to improve performance outcomes. This workshop focuses on the basic features of TE, such as navigation, reviewing listers, scanning, and report generation. This session is appropriate for administrators, program coordinators, and database managers.
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The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) and the California Department of Education (CDE) are working in partnership to implement the requirements outlined in the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG). We will continue to provide guidance and solicit feedback from the field throughout the implementation process.