Offered by the Tir-County Administrative Leadership Consortium (TALC)
The Tier II Administrative Leadership Program is a two-year coaching program. The program is a CTCC-approved alternative for clearing the Professional Administrative Services Credential (Tier II).
The Tier II Administrative Leadership Program focuses on the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs). The two-year program is comprised of one-on-one coaching and 20 hours of professional growth seminars each year. The coach will be selected based upon the candidate's individual needs and will work with the candidate at his/her site for 3-4 hours each month throughout the two-year program.
Seminar topics include: Leadership in a Standards-Bases System; Culture and Climate; Program Improvement; Fiscal Management & Budgeting; Personnel Evaluation & Management; Schools & the Law; Management of the School; and Community Involvement & Politics.
The cost of the two-year training program is $7000, payable over the course of the two years. Cash and checks are accepted.
Check with your district to see if Title II professional development funds can be used to offset this cost.
Prior ATP Program Materials
- Increase your knowledge of the significant body of evidence demonstrating that whole system change for accelerated results is possible, and
- Develop the specific skills to transform your system to achieve these results.
These ongoing training sessions are based on the work of Michael Fullan, Doug Reeves, Dean Fixsen, and others who translate research into the practical experience of transforming school sysems with extraordinary results. You will learn about the behaviors, processes and systems that result in accelerated short-term achievement and sustainable growth over time. Six-week continuous improvement action plans will guide your implementation by addressing roadblocks and maximizing resources.