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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 17, 2008
Contact:  Sherry Terry
Director of Public Relations
Bevill State Community College
(205) 932-3221, ext. 5601

Second EDAA Community Leadership Training (CLT) Workshop Offered via Distance Learning in Seven Counties

The second Community Leadership Training (CLT) Workshop, offered by the Economic Development Association of Alabama, area economic developers, and Bevill State Community College, was recently conducted through the interactive television system on four Bevill State campuses, the Northwest-Shoals Community College campus at Phil Campbell, and at the Winston County Technology Center.  Seventy-four participants took advantage of the training across a seven-county region.The Economic Development Association of Alabama partnered with Bevill State Community College and economic developers earlier this year to bring training opportunities to community leaders in a five-county region by utilizing Bevill State’s distance learning facilities.  Participants from Fayette, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, and Walker counties received the EDAA’s CLT program that was delivered through BSCC’s interactive inter-campus television system.

Grady Batchelor presenting Community Leadership Training at BSCC

Grady Batchelor presenting Community Leadership Training at BSCC

Forty-five community leaders from Fayette, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, and Walker Counties gained economic development training through Bevill State Community College’s interactive inter-campus television system.  Connecting the Economic Development Association of Alabama’s revised training program to community leaders using BSCC’s distance learning capacity was sparked by Karla Quesenberry, one of the WAEM Initiative…>>more.

Available in PDF format: Community Leaders Receive Training Via BSCC Distance Learning