Workshops & Training
Thanks to the generosity of our host members, The Forum is able to make Forum training opportunities more accessible by offering regional workshops around the U.S. and overseas. Workshops may be either half-day or whole-day, with an in-depth focus on and exploration of The Forum on Education Abroad’s Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad. Led by experienced Forum-trained facilitators, they are designed to be highly interactive, timely and informative, providing participants with current best practices and how these practices can be implemented to meet the Standards of Good Practice.
Workshops can also serve as modules for The Forum’s new Professional Certification in Education Abroad Program, which provides colleagues with essential education and training and certifies that they are able to articulate and apply the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad.
Forum workshops are also available online. »Register for online workshops
2016-2017 Workshop Schedule:
|Date||Location||Host Institution||Workshop Title|
|Mon, May 1 2017||Eau Claire, WI||University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire||Focus on Standard 8: Crafting Emergency Action Plans and Protocols|
|Thu, May 11 2017||Orange, CA||Chapman University||Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management (Standard 8)|
|Thu, May 11 2017||Orange, CA||Chapman University||Student Selection, Preparation, Code of Conduct and Returning Support (Standards 4 and 5)|
|Thu, May 18 2017||,||Live Webinar||Online Workshop: The Clery Act, Violence Against Women Act and Title IX - Implications for Education Abroad|
|Fri, June 9 2017||Arlington, VA||ISEP||Mental Health Issues in Education Abroad|
|Mon, October 2 2017||Sorrento, Italy||Sant’Anna Institute||Program Resources, Policies and Procedures (Standards 6 and 7)|
|Mon, October 2 2017||Sorrento, Italy||Sant’Anna Institute||Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management (Standard 8)|