Supporting a Community of Audacious TRIO Professionals with Training Development
General Project Management for New Directors
The Training Program for Federal TRiO Programs -
The US Department of Education
This training is designed to provide meaningful professional development for TRIO staff in the area of general program management for new project directors. "Team Renaissance" stands with you to provide new directors with the basic tools required to be a TRIO project director and serve TRIO students.
General Project Management for New Directors (Priority 6) is designed for New Directors of TRIO Programs, or those who have less than two years of experience in their role as a director. The content focus areas are broad and include topics from program evaluation (P1), federal legislation, program regulation and budget management (P2), counseling and retention strategies (P3), college admissions and financial aid (P4),
and strategies for disconnected populations (P5).
Renaissance provides a menu of training offerings that include a webinar series, a regionalized training seminar, and a new online training opportunity: the virtual classroom training.
- Committed to the Field of Practice -
The Renaissance Way
Quality Since 2010
First awarded a competitive training grant in 2010,
IACET accredited since 2011, and CCE accredited in 2019.
94.44% of the training participants indicate that knowledge of subject matter is extensive after completing this training compared to before
97% of training participants indicate that the training was useful in their work as a
We continue to provide a menu of training offerings to service the TRIO community with meaningful professional development opportunities.
REGISTER for Renaissance TRIO Training below:
1The webinar series for new directors offers a five part overview to managing TRIO programs that includes legislative intent, program regulations, required services, budget management, program evaluation, and serving diverse populations. This online delivery has led by an experienced director, and is packed full of ideas about how to approach your role as a TRIO director and serve TRIO students. The online webinar series is scheduled for Wednesday, 2 - 3:30 PM, eastern time, and operates for 5 weeks.
Virtual Classroom Training
A virtual classroom is an online teaching and learning environment where the training facilitator and the training participant can present course materials, engage, and interact with other members of the virtual class, and work in groups together. The key distinction of a virtual classroom is that it takes place in a live, synchronous setting. Online coursework can involve the viewing of pre-recorded, asynchronous material, but virtual classroom platform helps make the learning experience interactive and engaging while providing a structured environment. Participants can connect to the virtual classroom platforms from any device that can connect to the internet. The virtual classroom experience is scheduled for Friday, 2 - 4 PM, eastern time, and operates for 8 weeks.
The training seminar is an in-person experience, scheduled for 8 AM - 5 PM each day, for the dates identified in the registration links below. Each seminar provides strategies and techniques that are essential for new directors. In each of the three locations, training participants should not schedule travel until they've received their onboarding and welcome letter from the training delivery.
The Renaissance Way
This idea of the renaissance way is about a pattern of doing things, aligned to a compelling mission, that guides our ideas, thoughts, and behaviors around our work. It postures that positive intentions, coupled with a relentless effort to take each day, give your all, make it your best, and impact the lives of young people from the posture that their life experience was the soil through which a new life experience could spring forth. The renaissance way espouses this magic that suggests that we endeavor to building dreams…
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Q & A”
I have never attended a modularized training before, but I don't know how I will do any other training. I loved being able to take my time, pause when I needed a brain break and time to reflect. Such a great experience - Thank you!
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Alignment to the Standards of IACET
The Renaissance Education Group, Inc. (Renaissance) is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) to provide continuing education. As such, training participants are eligible to receive CEUs towards renewing their professional licenses and certification for attending and participating in this training event. The confirmation and onboarding letter identifies the number of CEUs for that specific delivery. During the opening session, the process for documenting session attendance will be described.
Renaissance in its training offerings, supports the standard that its continuing education courses be free of commercial bias. In accordance to the IACET disclosure statement in your printed training materials, all course planners, speakers, and content reviewers have been asked to disclose any relevant relationship they, or their spouse or partner, have to companies producing, marketing, re-selling or distributing educational materials or services consumed by, or used on, students or other program participants.
The work of Renaissance is aligned to the principles of ensuing equitable access to training and ensuring that the work of program design and training implementation is free of discrimination.
Team Renaissance is committed to ensuring that all eligible persons regardless of their race, color, national origin, age, gender, or disability have access to the training services available through this project. Program staff will continue to ensure that qualified participants are identified, selected, and served through processes and activities that are non-discriminatory, free from structural, procedural, or perceived barriers, and promote equal access.