Adult Education & Literacy Leadership Excellence Academies

TWC and TRAIN PD @ TCALL are excited to begin accepting applications for Cohort II of both the Administrator Leadership Excellence Academy (ALEA) and the Instructor Leadership Excellence Academy (ILEA).

Both Academies were developed by the American Institutes of Research (AIR) in collaboration with TRAIN PD and will equip participants with data-proven and supported skills to strengthen instructional strategies and program performance. The time commitment for participation in the second round of both LEA’s will be from January through December 2020.

Both Academies will utilize webinar and face-to-face training delivery. Local programs will provide all costs and travel-related expenses to participate, unless otherwise notified by TRAIN PD.

For questions, please contact Beth Ponder or Dr. Olga Escamilla

Please complete the nomination and commitment forms found below by December 9, 2019.

To apply, choose Administrator or Instructor below:

Adult Education & Literacy Administrator Leadership Excellence Academy (ALEA)

The Administrator Leadership Excellence Academy focuses on the development of leadership, strategy, customer engagement, performance measurement, workforce engagement, and change management to identify and conquer opportunities for improvement based on self-analyses and program data.  Participants will acquire the skills and receive support to lead a program improvement initiative.  Candidates must be recommended and supported by their Director; if candidate is part of a consortium, nomination must be submitted by the TWC Grant Recipient’s Director. TWC Grant Recipient Directors may self-nominate.

Maximum of 30 participants.

Please click below to learn more about the ALEA program and complete the Nomination and/or Commitment Forms.

Adult Education & Literacy Instructional Leadership Excellence Academy (ILEA)

Participants in the Instructor Leadership Excellence Academy will work with several collaborative models and strategies to support initiative, persistence and planning.  Through action research, ILEA members will learn to identify and evaluate instructional problems or weaknesses and develop practical solutions to address them.  Participants will learn to use data analysis to make decisions about instruction in the classroom and across departments or programs.  Candidates must be nominated by their Director.

Maximum of 30 participants.

Please click below to learn more about the ILEA program and complete the Nomination and/or Commitment Forms.