By Veronica L. Campbell, Consultant
Developing a culture of ethics requires more than conducting annual ethics training for employees. In order to develop an ethical culture, it is important to communicate expectations to prospective employees during the interview process, provide ongoing training and continuously measure ethical performance.
By Jonah Deaver, Vertical Measures
Inaccurate information being perceived as truth presents a real challenge, and a career college is not immune to the need to engage in efforts of reputation refinement. When done correctly, effective ORM is not about manipulation, but is about long-term image management and improvement.
By Marc Apple, Forward Push Media
Many schools have used Google AdWords with great success and others have not seen the return-on-investment they expected. In the case of the latter, understanding how Google AdWords works and how to stay ahead of the curve can make all the difference in how your ads appear and their clickability.
By RJ Nikola, ABHES Commissioner
The DOL uses six criteria in determining what constitutes an unpaid intern experience. According to them, all six criteria must be met for a company or institution to consider whether the trainee is unpaid or an employee. While it may be challenging to come into full compliance with the Department of Labor's criteria for unpaid internships, institutions are advised to develop proactive strategies to ensure successful clinical opportunities for students.
By Joe Snowden, Vice President of Sales
CampusMD provides participating students with 24/7 access to more than 2,500 U.S. Board Certified physicians via telephone, online video and secure email. By providing remote ondemand student access to doctor consultations outside normal office hours, including weekends, holidays and when campus health services are not otherwise available, telehealth—which is not insurance—serves as a complement to campus health services in meeting student medical needs.
With Brian Bright, M.Ed., Trajecsys Corporation CEO
The Trajecsys Report System™ was designed from the ground up to collect, process and report the information that program directors need to manage their program effectively. The system features an online clinical management and tracking system for students of health-related programs.
By Lynne Koreman, Colloquy
Colloquy is a full-service online program management company. It was created to offer solutions to the challenges institutions face in taking their programs online. The company provides assistance in creating the right design and images in order to get your message and brand across to your audience. The key question for institutions to answer is whether your creative is both representative and effective in generating responses.
By James D. Hutton, Ph.D., Director KUCCEL and Keiser University (KU) MSEd-CCA
The Keiser University Center for Career Education Leadership (KUCCEL) is a non-profit research center that is part of the graduate school at Keiser University. KUCCEL focuses on three areas (pillars): sectorfocused research, being a repository (library) of sector history, and graduate education. With a broad based advisory board, KUCCEL is rapidly developing its capacity in all areas of focus.
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