CCR Launches ev360 Professional Development and Continuting Education (PDCE)
College of Court Reporting to offer a Living Open Online Curriculum (LOOC)
June 1, 2013 - The College of Court Reporting (CCR) launches its ev360 Professional Development and Continuing Education (PDCE) program. After over 2 years of research, development, and pending authorization, CCR finally received its approval to offer courses through its PDCE. This is the first of its kind program for court reporting education and we are very excited to look to the future for court reporting education.
The objectives of the ev360 Professional Development and Continuing Education (PDCE) program are to provide the general public with educational, professional development, and continuing education courses and resources to ensure that all learners have access to post-secondary and continuing education, the working world, and life-long learning.
In addition, its purpose is to further develop and implement curriculum that is researched based and aligned with industry standards in order to improve individual achievement and professional growth. It is the goal of CCR to ensure the highest quality education for all learners facilitated by skilled and professional educators who are supported by CCR personnel at all levels. With our recent state approval, CCR will be the first college to offer a program that consists of a living open online curriculum for both instructors and students.