Agenda Regions 1, 2 & 3

THE MID-ATLANTIC ANNUAL CONFERENCE – SINCE 2003

REGIONS I, II & III PCCS CONFERENCE
Philadelphia, April, 15-17, 2018

DoubleTree Philadelphia Airport
4509 Island Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa 19153
Phone (215) 365-4150 Fax 215-937-4535

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Airport Reservations

SUNDAY  15tn & MONDAY  16th  – PENROSE  ROOM

SUNDAY 9:00AM TO 1:00PM,, SUNDAY 2:00PM TO 6:00PM

AND MONDAY 8:00AM TO 12:00NOON

BINGE TEACHING – TWO DAY TEACHER WORKSHOP

THIS TWO DAY TEACHER WORKSHOP WILL GIVE YOU THE AMOR FOR ENGAGING THE SELFIE & HASHTAG GENERATION.  DISCOVER WAYS TO FLIP YOUR CLASSROOM INTO A LEARNING-BASED ENVIRONMENT & START EMBRACING THE TECHNOLOGIES YOUR STUDENTS ARE CRAVING.  THIS WORKSHOP IS DESIGNED FOR ALL ADULT EDUCATION TEACHERS & OFFERED AT ALL FIVE CONFERENCES.  CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR 12 HOURS TEACHING METHODS WILL BE AWARDED.

(SEPARATE REGISTRATION – http://speakercarol.com/events/)

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COSMETOLOGY-NAIL WORKSHOP BY BURMAX-MARC CENTOMINI

IN THE SCHRYKILL  ROOM  SUNDAY 1:00 TO 4:00PM

PLEASE CALL MARC AT 631-831-1794

 
MONDAY APRIL 16rd

07:00am Registration
Break Sponsored by Champion College Services – Mary Lyn Hammer
Break Sponsored by Ben Sanders – Lightheart/Sanders CPA

08:00am to 08:30am
BALLROOM SALON A, B & C
Invocation by Larry Prather the PCCS Ex. Director
Welcome by Regions I, II & III PCCS Chairperson
Deborah Dunn – Lancaster School of Cosmetology
Welcome by Craig Rorie – USDE Trainer
Welcome by PAPSA – Aaron Shenck

08:30am to 09:30am
BALLROOM-SALON A, B & C
“Are We Happy or Are We Sad?” – Taking the Boring out of Budgeting
By Sandy Sarge – Sarge Advisor
Moderator: Deborah Dunn – Lancaster School of Cosmetology

09:30am to 10:30am
SALON A
Top Ten Compliance Issues
By USDE Trainer

SALON B
Institutional eligibility issues every School & FA administrator should
understand. A toolkit of information to create greater understanding
By Gregory Plourde – Gregory Jon Consulting

SALON C
2018 Updates and Considerations, Changes in Regulations and
Issues that the USDE has been focusing on
By Brenda Scherer – CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

LIBERTY 1 & 2
Mo’ Money, Fewer Problems: Better Payment Plan & Collection Techniques,
Learn the top reason that students default on in-school payment plans & how
to avoid them By Sean Steinmarc – TFC Tuition Financing
LIBERTY 3& 4 – OWNERS TRACH – 09-30am to 10:00am
‘Everyday Audit greatness – The habits & procedures that great schools
have to make their audit easier” By Ben Sanders – Lightheart/Sanders
LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 10:00am to 10:30am
School Operational Efficiencies & Benefits of Shift to Integrated Student SIS
By Dr. Abu Shaharier – ieLinks

10:30am to 11:30am
SALON A
Year Round Pell for Clock Hours
By USDE Trainer

SALON B
2018/19 Verification Issues, concerns, solutions and understanding the
EFC formula. A session in understanding & applying the requirements
By Gregory Plourde – Gregory Jon Consulting

SALON C
Cohort Default Rate & Repayment Issues
By John Beal or Diana Rodriguez – Wright International Student Services

LIBERTY 1 & 2
Federal Legislative and Regulatory Update
By Tom Netting, Public Policy Advisor with Akerman LLP

LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 10:30am to 11:00am
Managing Gainful Employment & The New Audit Guide
By Joe Knutte – Knutte & Associates

LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 11:00am to 11:30pm
Data and Tools to Increase Enrollments
By Saj Butt – Great Exposure

11:30am to 01:00pm Lunch in the Hotel in TWO Different Areas

Hotel Resturant & Benjamin’s Room

SPONSORED BY

Wright International Student Services

&
Deluca Law

01:00pm to 03:00pm INDEPENDENCE BALLROOM
Regulations, Compliance & Reauthorization Update
By Dr. Sharon Bob – Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville P.C.
By Steve Chema – Ritzert & Leyton, P.C.
Moderator: Deborah Dunn – Lancaster School of Cosmetology

03:00pm to 03:30pm Break Sponsored by:

Break Sponsored by Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose
Break sponsored by

03:30pm to 04:30
SALON A
Professional Judgmen Concerns
By USDE Trainer

SALON B
Federal Perkins Loan – Strategic liquidations of performing & non-performing
students accounts receivable, payment plans and institutional loans

By Matt Chinn – UNISA Inc.

SALON C

LIBERTY 1 & 2

LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 03:30pm to 04:00pm
Change of Ownership Substantive Change
By Nicholas Hudalla – Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose LTD
LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 04:00pm to 04:30pm
Navigating the new audit guide & applications for enhancing your school

By Joe Knutte – Knutte & Associates

04:30pm to 05:30pm
SALON A
The Resurgence of a 90/10 Audit Risk due to the New Audit Guide
By Mike Wherry – McClintock & Associates

SALON B
How to Develop & Implement an Effective Information Security
Program by Steve Chena – Ritzert & Leyton PC
SALON C
The New 2017 Gainful Employment Disclosure Template & Student Warnings

By Christopher DeLuca – DeLuca Law LLC

LIBERTY 1 & 2
Career Advancement Certifications: The use of Additional Certifications to
help Students in today’s Job Market
By Danielle Sadighi – American Medical Certification Association
LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK 04:30pm to 05:00pm
Federal Perkins Loan – Strategic liquidations of performing & non-performing
students accounts receivable, payment plans and institutional loans

By Matt Chinn – UNISA Inc.

LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK 05-00pm to 05:30pm
Default Management by John Beal or Diana Rodriguez
Wright International Student Services

5:30pm to 7:30pm SCHOOL HOSPITALITY RECEPTION IN THE HOTEL BAR

5:30pm to 7:30pm Hospitality – Hotel Bar
Sponsored by American Medical Certification Assoc. – Danielle Sadighi
Sponsored by Champion College Services – John White
Sponsored by TFC Tuition Financing – Sean Steinmarc
Please visit one of these booths to pick up your invitation!

RECEPTION!

TUESDAY APRIL 17 th

07:00am Break Sponsored by Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville – Joel Rudnick
Break Sponsored by Joe Knutte –Knutte & Associates
08:00am to 08:10am INDEPENDENCE BALLROOM
General Review and Update Information
08:10am to 09:00am INDEPENDENCE BALLROOM
Your Involvement……..Your Future
By Mary Lyn Hammer – Champion College Services
Moderator: Deborah Dunn – Lancaster School of Cosmetology

09:00am to 10:00pm
SALON A
Borrower Defense of Repayment
By Dennis Cariello – Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, LTD

SALON B
“A School’s Guide to Trending Legal Issues in Financial Aid & Title IV
Enforcement” By Joel Rudnick – Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville PC
SALON C

LIBERTY 1 & 2
LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK 09:00am to 09:30am
Federal Legislative and Regulatory Update
By Tom Netting, Public Policy Advisor with Akerman

IBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK 09:30am to 10:00am
2018 Updates and Considerations, Changes in Regulations and
Issues that the USDE has been focusing on
By Brenda Scherer – CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

10:00am to 11:00am
SALON A
Managing Gainful Employment & The New Audit Guide
By Joe Knutte – Knutte & Associates

SALON B
Default Management by John Beal or Diana Rodriguez
Wright International Student Services

SALON C

LIBERTY 1 & 2
Employment Issues 101 The Basic Principals of Human Resources for
School Owners and Executives
By Audrey Kaplan – Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose LTD
LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 10:00am to 10:30am
Mergers & Acquisitions by John Parnell – Mid Cap Advisors
LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 10:30am to 11:00am
Implementing Title IX Clery & the VAWA Regulations
By Christopher DeLuca – DeLuca Law LLC

11:00am to 11:30am
Break Sponsored by Mid Cap Advisors – John Parnell
Break Sponsored by Wilke & Associates – Jay Alexander
11:30am to 12:30pm
SALON A
HCM1, HCM2, Program reviews & your responsibilities as a school
By Gregory Plourde – Gregory Jon Consulting

SALON B
Financial Literacy and at Risk Students
By John White – Champion College Services

SALON C
LIBERTY 1 & 2
Adapt Automation to Reduce Operating Cost
By Dr. Abu Shahanier – ieLink

LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 11:30am to 12:00pm
Borrower Defense to Repayment
By Dennis Cariello – Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, LTD

LIBERTY 3 & 4 – OWNERS TRACK – 12:00pm to 12:30pm
If you finance it, they will come: Increase enrollment with better financing options

By Sean Steinmarc – TFC Tuition Financing
12:30pm to 12:45pm INDEPENDENCE BALLROOM
Exhibitors Drawing by Terry Hopkins
12:45pm to 02:30pm INDEPENDENCE BALL ROOM
Federal Regulatory Policy – What is here & What is coming Under the New

Administration by Ron Holt – Douthit Frets Law Firm

(CASH PRIZE DRAWING FROM ONE EXHIBITOR – $200 PRESENT TO WIN)

 

REGIONS I, II & III PCCS CONFERENCE WILL OFFER A SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAM THE CLERY ACT – VAWA (LOOK FOR DETAILS ON OUR WEBSITE) AT 2:30PM TO 5:30PM ON TUESDAY APRIL 17, 2018 IN THE ROOM LIBERTY 1 & 2 BY CHRISTOPHER DeLUCA – DeLUCA LAW LLC, THE COST WILL BE $125 PAID THROUGH REGION PCCS WEBSITE regionspccs.com OR PAID AND REGISTER ON SITE AT THE DOUBLE TREE BY HILTON WITH CHECK OR CREDIT CARD – CAN CONTACT TERRY HOPKINS AT THE CONFERENCE

TITLE IX/VAWA ANNUAL TRAINING
The recently enacted reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act requires that any institutional disciplinary hearings involving sexual misconduct be conducted by officials who receive annual training on the issues related to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking and how to conduct an investigation and hearing process that protects the safety of victims and promotes accountability. This three-hour training session will educate school officials on issues of sexual misconduct, their obligations to take corrective action when issues arise at their schools, and what procedures to follow when sexual misconduct occurs. All participants who complete the three-hour training will receive a certificate of completion to document their training.