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Are you well versed in basic state authorization compliance strategies, but desire advanced discussions and best practices direction? Then you need, So, What’s Next?
WCET-SAN is pleased to bring together experts in the field of state authorization to discuss and help institutions manage the convergence of state regulations and SARA requirements with new federal regulations effective July 1, 2018 and the status and impact of the Congressional process for HEA Reauthorization.
The workshop will address the following:
- Tracking Students
- SARA reporting
- Professional Licensure Disclosures/Research
- Student Complaints
- Status and Compliance Management of Federal Regulations
- Status of HEA Reauthorization
Thursday, September 13, 2018 – Friday, September 14, 2018
In a small group setting, the participants will participate in interactive exercises to obtain direction to create institutions standards for information sharing, collaboration on tracking techniques and reporting, and determine a plan of action to share this information with their institutions.
Workshop Schedule: (plan for the following)
Sept 13 – 8:00am – 5pm
Sept 14 – 8:00am – 2pm
Sept 13 – Breakfast and Lunch will be provided
Sept 14 – Breakfast and Lunch will be provided
Who Should Attend?
Professionals who manage state authorization, regulations, and federal updates at educational institutions. This workshop focuses on developing participants who have an understanding of state authorization who can build upon that knowledge to more specifically address more challenging facets of state authorization maintenance in regard to public and individual notifications and disclosures for compliance with federal and state regulations as well as SARA requirements.
WCET's State Authorization Network (SAN) is based on the philosophy: "Expecting each institution to navigate authorization regulations in every state is highly inefficient. Working cooperatively, institutions can share the burden." See the SAN website for a list of SAN participating institutions and organizations.
SAN Member fee is $600 until August 1, 2018, and $800 thereafter. Non- SAN Member fee is $1,200 until August 1, 2018 and $1,400 thereafter.
Workshop Location Information:
The State Authorization Advanced Topics Workshop will be held in the St. Louis Union Station Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri.
St. Louis Union Station Hotel – (1820 Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63103)
Room Rate: $169/night. The group room rate will be available until August 15, 2018. Subject to availability. Please book your room for the workshop by calling 314-802-3124 and mentioning the Group Name: SAN Advanced Topics Workshop room block at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel or use this reservation link.
For content related questions about the workshop, contact Cheryl Dowd.
For logistical information about the workshop, contact Rosa Calabrese.
View more information about the State Authorization Network.