APSCU Annual Convention & Expo (PRWEB) June 06, 2011 -- The National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools (NASASPS) and MaxKnowledge launch an online training course to help career colleges and universities comply with the Department of Education’s Program Integrity Rules.
Designed for employees of all roles and levels at private sector institutions, the online course focuses on aspects of the Program Integrity Rules that address compliant communications with students. Emphasis is placed on areas of misrepresentation related to advertising and recruitment activities, interactions with prospective students and appropriate communication of disclosures and other publications.
The course covers the requirements which must be adhered to in order to maintain good standing with both state and federal regulations, and provides an awareness of prohibited acts which could adversely impact operations. Course participants can select specific state(s) to customize the training content to their needs.
“This is a unique course that provides compliance training for all employees at career education institutions. All school personnel, including administrators, staff and faculty are in communication with students and must be aware of the relevant rules and regulations,” said John Ware, President of NASASPS.
“It’s not enough to simply share the regulations with the employees and ask them to comply. Employees need to learn and understand the regulations with the goal of providing the best possible service to students,” said Dr. Amir Moghadam, President and CEO of MaxKnowledge. “In collaboration with NASASPS and career college leaders, MaxKnowledge has developed this interactive online course to provide effective compliance training in a positive and enjoyable context.”
CM102 Raising the Bar – Compliant Communications with Students is available on the NASASPS Online Training Center (http://www.nasaspstraining.org) as well as other training portals powered by MaxKnowledge. The training can also be delivered as a private course for larger institutions.
The National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools (NASASPS) is non-profit tax-exempt charitable organization whose mission is to improve and promote effective state regulation of private postsecondary education. NASASPS regular membership includes state boards, commissions, agencies or departments that are engaged in the administration, regulation, or supervision of private schools, colleges, or universities. NASASPS partnership members include federal agencies, accrediting agencies, guarantor agencies, and programmatic oversight agencies engaged in the regulatory oversight of private postsecondary schools. NASASPS associate members include private sector schools, colleges and universities, as well as educational associations and professional service providers. For more information about NASASPS, visit http://www.nasasps.org.
MaxKnowledge serves the employee training needs of over 1,000 career colleges and universities representing both on-ground and online institutions. MaxKnowledge is the online training provider for over 20 educational associations including the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU) as well as the National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools (NASASPS). The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE), MaxKnowledge’s strategic partnership with the Imagine America Foundation, provides turnkey employee development solutions with a proven return on investment as independently reported by the ROI Institute®. MaxKnowledge is also the proud creator of The Lounge, a comprehensive social learning space for career college professionals. For more information about MaxKnowledge, visit http://www.maxknowledge.com.
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