Admin 201: Transformational Leadership Program – Planning is underway for the 2019 cohort!
The ACCCA Admin 201 program is designed to provide an essential leadership assessment, combined with case studies of outstanding leaders in action and essential skills training to take you to the next level. As your program chairs, we are committed to your personal and professional growth.
If you are an administrator with an established foundation of technical and regulatory training and you now require the skills necessary to be a strategic and transformational leader, ACCCA’s Admin 201 is a program designed for you.
The next Admin 201 program is set to launch in the summer of 2019. Provide us with your contact information by clicking the interest list button below and we’ll make sure you receive advance notification about the application process when it becomes available.
Joi Blake and Charlie Ng
Admin 201 Program Co-Chairs
If you are interested in joining the 2019 cohort, please fill out our interest list form and you will be notified when the application process opens for the 2019 class!
ACCCA, together with our colleagues at IEPI, have found through research and surveys that there is a quantifiable gap in professional development opportunities for managers and administrators that is specifically aimed at leadership development.
The Admin 201 program is designed for the California community college manager or administrator, and addresses the concept of strong and effective leadership from both a theoretical and a practical perspective.
The program begins with a self-assessment component so that each participant can identify their own leadership style and reference its findings throughout each lesson.
Admin 201 is guided by expert faculty utilizing a case-study approach that includes real-world examples of how positive transformational change takes place within an institution, and then clearly defines the role of the leader in creating that change.
Prospective candidates to the program should have completed either Admin 101, or have an equivalent level of technical training, knowledge or experience.