aDCCCD Board of Trustees Strategic Priorities
North Lake College, created as a part of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) in 1977, is a two-year public community college located in Irving, Texas...
We will be the college of choice for our students, our community and our employees.
In order to focus our work, the 2014-15 priorities are organized into four areas in direct alignment with the DCCCD Board of Trustees mission, priorities and strategic objectives.
1. Student Success and Completion
2. Community Engagement
3. Institutional Effectiveness
4. Employee Success
Date: February 19, 2015
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
This is a development day for all full-time employees. If you elect not to attend, you will need to submit a leave form for 8 hours if you are professional support staff or administration. Faculty will need to submit leave for 6 hours.
Date: February 20, 2015
This day is reserved for individual department development, TCCTA conference or working in your office. If you desire to take leave, you must turn in: 8 hours for professional support staff or administration and 6 hours for faculty.
The campus will be closed and services will be limited.
Location: K308 and K316
The Wildfire Institute strives to inspire employees to continue their professional growth through general and skill based lifelong organizational learning. Our goal is to provide an environment of teaching and learning that improves employee work-life through courses; seminars; workshops; and skills training for improving productivity in the workplace. We seek to strengthen the work-place maturity of each employee through career development and workplace support.
The Wildfire Institute also supports creating and delivering rich media for both classroom and Internet based education for students and employees. Services offered extend from print media to high definition video related to professional development
Employee ID numbers are required on all professional development sign-in sheets. With the adoption of Colleague as a professional development tracking system,employees cannot be entered into the class and given credit without their ID number. Please remember to use your ID number so that we can credit your transcripts.
Effective February 2015, a District-wide professional development dashboard will reflect all training hours for each college which has been requested by the DCCCD Board of Trustees. It is extremely important that you report your professional development sessions so we can receive credit.
Please note: professional development hours are now referred to as professional developments units (PDUs).
If you are planning on offering a professional development session at North Lake College,you must fill out your Request in order for the training to show up on the dashboard and enable participants to receive credit on their transcripts. Remember if the employee number is NOT on the sign-in form, NO credit will be given.