IETP: International Educators Training Program
Queen’s IETP and CBIE sign MOU
The International Educators Training Program (IETP) is pleased to be collaborating with the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) to deliver face-to-face training to international education professionals across the country.
CBIE and the International Educators Training Program (IETP) are both committed to the recognition of professionals in the field of international education. They are also committed to ensuring that high quality training opportunities are accessible to as many professionals working across Canada as possible.
From this commitment, CBIE and the IETP have come to an agreement to collaborate in the delivery of IETP training at annual and regional CBIE meetings. This method of delivery will ensure that professionals in all regions of Canada will have access to IETP courses and workshops; moving the training around the country will allow professionals to significantly reduce their travel expenses and to participate in a wide range of meaningful training options.
More details about course offerings will be available soon.
Thank you to the following sponsors for their support of IETP activities in 2016:
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