The NRS project provides technical assistance and support to states through face-to-face training, national meetings, webinars, and online training courses. More information on these topics may be found on the About NRS, NRS Guidelines, and Making NRS Work pages of this website.
Face-to-face training events have been held since the implementation of the NRS to help states improve data quality, increase data use for program improvement, develop data systems, review the NRS Implementation Guidelines, and share information among states and staff about their programs.
National meetings are held with state directors and the Federal staff to discuss the current status of the adult education program and future implementations, as well as to gather feedback from states on future initiatives.
Online sharing of NRS-related information has allowed state and local program staff to learn about the NRS without having to leave their offices.
These training courses are designed for adult education program administrators that explain NRS requirements and courses designed to improve the quality of NRS data collection.
In the archives you will find previous training materials that you can print and reproduce to use with your own staff. Visitors can also find these training links under specific topics listed in the main menu bar—About NRS, NRS Guidelines, and Making NRS Work.