Admin 201

Admin 201: Transformational Leadership 

Building on the “nuts and bolts” training of our successful Admin 101 program, Admin 201 is a 1-week professional-learning experience focused on the foundational elements of leadership in the California Community Colleges.  A 360-degree assessment module [Leadership Practices Inventory] is included in the program fee to identify areas of strength and further development. 

Adding the Admin 201 program to your professional development portfolio is a great way to build confidence to take on more complex strategic challenges now and throughout your career. 

Taking the next big step in your professional career requires introspection, commitment, mentoring, and confidence. In a volatile, uncertain environment, enhancing your ability to lead will prepare you to take advantage of new opportunities for transformational change–but it all starts with YOU.

Every ACCCA PD program is strategically crafted to guarantee a diverse group of highly skilled leaders is prepared to meet the future administrative requirements of California community colleges.

Program Overview

  • Application required to be accepted into this program.
  • 5-day intensive professional development program 
  • Class size is limited to 25 participants for maximum impact and fills to capacity
  • Case study-based program incorporates a comprehensive 360 leadership assessment and is set in the principles of Change Leadership as illustrated in Jeffrey Buller’s guide to academic transformation. 
  • Assessment, instruction, textbook, and materials are included in the program fee.

Who should consider this program?

  • SEASONED ADMINISTRATORS 5 YEARS OR MORE Seasoned administrators seeking opportunities for further growth and career advancement.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand the Leadership Challenge’s five practices of exemplary leadership. 
  2. Understand the key concepts of Change Leadership in Higher Education. 
  3. Justify a position using the Leadership Challenge’s five principles of exemplary leadership and the key concepts of Change Leadership in Higher Education in a case study to sharpen problem-solving skills and simulate the process of resolving critical issues facing community colleges.

July 15-19, 2024
Sacramento, CA

Please join the interest list if you would like to receive an email when applications open for the next cohort.



Charlie Ng
Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Human Resources
MiraCosta CCD

Mike Holtzclaw
University of New Mexico-Los Alamos Campus

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