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AFMTE - Online Training Update
April, 2014  
AFMTE - Featured Training Opportunity Featured Training Opportunity

CS105 - Setting Up An Effective Alumni Association

This course will show you how you can create active alumni communities to increase enrollment, retention and placement for your entire school. You will learn how to provide your alumni with valuable services and how to seek their help to enhance your educational programs and career services, as well as marketing and admissions. From getting started to setting up an alumni data base management system and determining the school's return on investment, this course provides you with operational strategies for establishing an effective alumni association.  >>>

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ED102 - Student Retention Methods

The instructor is the real key to student retention at career colleges. Instructors must keep focused on student motivation and retention each and every day of class. Developing strategies for retaining students throughout the entire training sequence is both complex and rewarding. All instructors should have the goal of seeing all of their students successfully complete their class. This course helps you reach that goal by helping you to understand your students and use proven motivation and retention techniques to keep them enrolled and engaged in the learning process. >>>

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HE106 - Student Information, Rights and Safety

In this lesson, you'll review the federal and accreditation standards governing the collection and disclosure of student information. In addition, federally mandated campus safety standards that impact operations at postsecondary institutions are reviewed. >>>

AFMTE - Featured Blogger Cohort Default Rate Factors

While we often discuss the efficacy of exit interviews and strategies for contacting students once they are already delinquent, it was interesting to shift focus to the very early phases of enrollment, namely college preparedness and program selection. To address these topics, the goal of default prevention evolves out of the Financial Aid office and is embraced by entire institution. Every department, from Admissions to faculty, has a vested interest in the financial success of the organization and the personal success of every student. High default rates will continue to be a problem as long as... >>>

AFMTE - Member Benefit Member Benefit

Members receive discounted Online Training for school administrators, faculty and staff with a Member VIP Code. Each course is facilitated by a career college expert, self-paced, and offers 4 hours of continuing education credit. Not a member? Contact your association to join today. 


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