Customized Training

Available to Forum Members only, The Forum on Education Abroad’s customized workshops provide timely training grounded in the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad. Training is tailored to focus on issues of concern to your organization.

How It Works

  1. Decide what Standards-based training your organization or region needs.
  2. Submit a proposal or contact events@forumea.org to discuss your options.
  3. A member of the Forum staff will contact you to further discuss the training goals and outcomes for your training.

 

You provide

  • The participants: Include as many as you wish. They can also be participants from other organizations and institutions in your area.
  • The place: A venue conducive to an interactive learning environment and that will comfortably accommodate the number of participants.
  • The particulars: Arrangements for catering and AV equipment.

 

The Forum provides

  • All participant and trainer materials (including a copy of the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad, and other print resources as appropriate for each participant).
  • Forum trained professionals to deliver the workshop.
  • Invoicing for the workshop and all associated travel costs for the trainer(s).

Workshops Available for Customized Training

  • Overview of the Standards of Good Practice
  • Mission, Ethics and Integrity
  • Student Learning, Development and Academic Framework
  • Student Selection, Preparation, Code of Conduct and Returning Support
  • Program Resources, Policies and Procedures
  • Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management
  • Mental Health Issues in Education Abroad
  • Crafting Emergency Action Plans and Protocols
  • From A to Z: Developing an Assessment Plan to Promote Student Learning and Development

New Workshops – Starting July 2020

  • Framing the Standards of Good Practice
  • Program Design
  • Program Management: From Implementation to Evaluation
  • Health, Safety and Well-Being
  • Student Learning & Development I: Advising & Orientations
  • Student Learning & Development II: Reflection, Integration & Assessment

 

Training Examples

Possible examples of how you could design your training might include:

Duration Training Description
8 hour workshop
(full day)
Train faculty leaders on the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad during the morning followed by a focus on Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management as informed by the Standards of Good Practice.
12 hour workshop
(1.5 days)
Train staff on the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad while focusing on three specific Standards topics (i.e., Program Design, Program Management and Student Learning & Development).

 


Pricing Structure

Number* of Participants Number of Trainers Length of Training 2018-2021 Customized Training Fees
(Plus travel and accommodation)
1-15 1 4 hours (1/2 day) $1,920
1-15 1 8 hours (1 full day) $2,800
1-15 1 12 hours (1.5 days) $3,440
16-30 1 4 hours (1/2 day) $3,840
16-30 2 8 hours (1 full day) $5,600
16-30 2 12 hours (1.5 days) $6,880
31-50 1 4 hours (1/2 day) $7,440
31-50 2 8 hours (1 full day) $10,850

*For groups larger than 50 participants, please contact us for pricing.


Submit a proposal today!

 

Submit Proposal

 

Questions? Contact us at events@forumea.org to discuss your ideas and options.


Testimonials

“Whitworth [University] chose to host a customized training because I wanted specific information to be shared with our faculty. The training was primarily for our faculty who either lead or might lead programs, but the study abroad staff also attended. I wanted our faculty to get a better idea of what the professional field of study abroad looks like and that I don’t recommend policies and best practices in a vacuum. About 14 people attended and the consensus was that it was a very worthwhile event. A wonderful outcome was increased appreciation for the field, the Standards of Good Practice and all the resources that go with them. For me though, the best outcome was that a chemistry professor who had never led a program abroad before, was inspired and encouraged enough to propose one. It was accepted, and she already has students signed up to go.”

~ Sue Jackson, Whitworth University