This program is titled Effective Federal Program Leadership (EFPL) for Principals.
Members of the PAFPC Executive Committee believe this 40 hour course will supplement your position as a principal and federal programs coordinator. Our approved application is available on the PAFPC website (www.pafpc.org) for your review and consideration. Below is a summary of what you will need to do in order to earn the available 40 PIL hours for this program. We believe we have developed a program that will be an informative and enjoyable addition to your current work. The PAFPC Officers, Regional Representatives and members of the Division of Federal Programs will be available to provide the support you need throughout the program. As well, EduPlanet will serve as the online learning community for EFPL.
At this point, we need to know your intent to participate in this program that will begin during the Annual Conference in May of 2017. In many ways, the conference will be organized around the EFPL and you. If you would like to participate, we ask that you complete Intent to Participate Survey no later than April 1, 2017. Seats for this cohort are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are accepted into this cohort, your registration AND payment for the annual conference will be due no later than March 15, 2017, and will lock-in your spot in this cohort. The registration fee will be non-refundable.
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Quick Summary of PAFPC EFPL Requirements/Timeline
March 2017: Register for PAFPC Annual Conference in Seven Springs, PA and complete the Intent to Participate Survey .
May 2017: Attend seven specific sessions at the PAFPC Annual Conference in Seven Springs, PA. Complete and submit verification of session completion.
May 2017: Attend cohort meeting with DFP Regional Coordinator to receive documents, EduPlanet login information and participate in networking and Q & A activities.
June-September 2017: Complete job-embedded activities necessary to prepare for a compliant Consolidated Program Review and participate in EduPlanet activities as announced throughout the summer.
October 2017: Attend and participate in one regional workshop to discuss progress on activities, network with cohort members, address questions or concerns and obtain technical assistance from DFP and PAFPC leaders.
November 2017-February 2018: Finalize all required activities, processes, procedures and documents necessary for a compliant Consolidated Program Review along with EduPlanet Learning Pathway.
Spring 2018: Participate in either a desk- monitoring or an on-site Consolidated Program Review.
Summer-Fall 2018: Complete and submit a compliant Title I single audit of Title I program.
Summer-Fall 2018: Awarding of PIL hours after verification of completion of both culminating projects.