NTACT Capacity Building Institute 2020
Welcome to the Registration Page for the 2020 NTACT Capacity Building Institute!
The Capacity Building Institute will officially begin at 12:30 PM on Tuesday, May 5th and end at 11:55 AM. on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at the Hilton University Place in Charlotte, NC.
PURPOSE OF CAPACITY BUILDING INSTITUTE
Interdisciplinary state teams (state education agency [special and career technical education]; state vocational rehabilitation agency; parent centers; state departments of disability, mental health, or juvenile justice; university personnel; employers; local educators and service providers; youth with disabilities; familiy members) of 4 –10 people will gain knowledge and skills for implementing effective practices and building capacity. Teams participate in facilitated state team planning, using data to develop and implement action plans that will improve transition services, high school completion rates, and improved postsecondary outcomes of students and youth with disabilities. Content sessions and workshops are delivered by national, state, and local leaders in the field.
a) Gain content knowledge for enhancing effective secondary transition programs including evidence-based intervention and implementation strategies to improve students’ postsecondary outcomes (college and career) (e.g., work experiences, program evaluation), b) Increase knowledge and application of strategies for data collection, reporting, and use across IDEA, WIOA, PerkinsV, and other data sources; c) participate in a continuous improvement model to build capacity of systems that prepare students with disabilities for success in college and careers; and d) gain knowledge and information from State team colleagues, national technical assistance and dissemination centers and organizations to build and sustain a states’ capacity building related to improved student outcomes.
INSTITUTE CONTENT & STRUCTURE
The Institute will provide (a) content focused on common areas of need (e.g., collaborative service delivery; data collection and data use; preparing all students with disabilities for successful outcomes; meaningful stakeholder engagement; personnel preparation and retention); (b) neutrally facilitated planning time for interdisciplinary State teams; and (c) opportunities for cross State sharing.
An draft agenda is available at www.transitionta.org under Events. Registration for the CBI is free.
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