Unit Administrator Training: Spring 2014
February 4-5, 2014
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Our biannual Tk20 Unit Administrator Training offers hands-on, skills-based training for new and experienced Tk20 Unit Administrators facilitated by our outstanding team of Product Consultants. Training sessions will begin at 8:00am and end at 5:00pm. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on both training days.
View Schedule & Session Topics Registration Deadline: January 11th
Please click here to register for the Tk20 Unit Administrator Training today!
If this is your institution's first Tk20 Unit Administrator training, you may have a waived registration included in your contract.
Once you have confirmed your registration, you can book your room directly with the AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center here. Book today as space is limited and the group rate is only available until January 11th!
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A Glance at Previous Unit Administrator Trainings
Read what your peers had to say about previous Unit Administrator Training:
“The presenters were stellar, both in content and style. The hands-on dimension was invaluable. The site was excellent with respect to accommodations and hospitality…”
“The sessions provided useful information on ways to improve and/or expand the use of Tk20 at my institution.”
“The sessions were dynamic and well-paced. Presenters maintained a high level of energy, and were knowledgeable, professional, and personable. The materials were polished, professional and well presented. It is noteworthy that all of the materials were used... I liked how the sessions were conducted, incorporating effective use of technological tools...”
“Presenters are very competent and knowledgeable. One of the best sessions was when other participants were able to share their experiences with the whole group—a real-life learning opportunity.”
“The Tk20 sessions provided specific strategies along with experiential learning that together will help our implementation team move our institution toward more deliberate, outcome-based approaches to curriculum design.”