Sunday, November 3, 2013

Last Day to Register for OKCRC Conference, November 5, Moore Norman South Penn Campus

Site administrators--are you experiencing difficulties with the recent changes to Validus?  Do you want to know more about the Career Clusters on the OKCRC Database upload process?  Are you having problems uploading to the OKCRC Statewide Database?  Then, go to Room A at 1 p.m., Tips to Traveling the Road for Efficient Test Administration by Lori Robertson and Robert Henson.  They will walk you through step by step in live demonstration plus they have lots of tips about WorkKeys® registrations, KeyTrain® and much more.

Business and industry staff--do you wish you could know what really goes into a WorkKeys Job Profile?  You can by attending the Mock Subject Matter Expert Session of the WorkKeys Job Profile for the Industrial Coordinator Position at 9 a.m. in Room C. 
Want more?  Molly Scalf, technology center coordinator, is sharing A to Z:  Everything You Need to Know from Start to Finish in Room B at 11:10 a.m. and Steps to Success with Employers at 2:10 p.m. in Room C, processes that she has developed over the past year to ensure success.
Want to hear from employers using WorkKeys?  WorkKeys at Work by Jerry and Carolyn Sink, SKF, USA, Inc. in Room A at 2:10 p.m. and The Puzzle of Hiring by Amber Robertson, 3M in Room C at 1 p.m.

High school and CareerTech staff--Want to hear the latest information on WorkKeys as Alternative EOIs?  Go to Room A at 11:10 a.m. to hear Melissa White, SDE and Tommi Leach, ODCTE as they team up to present WorkKeys as Alternative EOIs, Transcripting and much more.
Do you want to know how to start a successful WorkKeys as Alternative EOI program at your school?  Attend Partners for Student Success by Edna McMillen and Larry Ellis at 10:05 a.m. in Rooms 111-112.

Mary Lewis, ACT is back by popular demand (last year's evaluations clearly stated Mary is a favorite) will be presenting ACT WorkKeys Online and Paper Forms, High Stakes Testing, Time Saving Tools, Accommodations and more--a total of 5 breakout sessions.

Michael Flanigan, ACT is our new state representative replacing Rosemary Roelf.  He is new to Oklahoma, not new to ACT.  Mike will be presenting CR101® Bells and Whistles, What's New at ACT?, The Value of the NCRC RegiSTAR System and more--a total of 5 breakout sessions.

To view all the breakout sessions, click on At-a-Glance and to read the session descriptions, click on OKCRC Conference Program.

There is no conference registration fee.  All you have to do to attend is click on Registration.  Click on Conference Brochure for more information.

See you at the OKCRC Conference on Tuesday, November 5!







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