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IETP I:  Advising & Programming for New Professionals in the Field of International Education – Working with Incoming International Students

IETP I: Advising & Programming for New Professionals in the Field of International Education – Working with Incoming International Students

I had an amazing experience. I met great people and the instructors were fabulous.

(2012 participant)

Loved the instructors! Amazing activities, great learning experience, the participants were open and shared ideas.

(2012 participant)

I liked the people, the content, the timing, the institution everything

(2012 participant)

Instructors were engaging and entertaining as well as knowledgeable.

(2012 participant)

Great atmosphere, mutual respect, sharing experiences encouraged. Great info for professionals – new and more experienced.

(2013 participant)

This week was a great experience. Being new to the field I feel much more focused and prepared to assume the responsibilities of my role. All of the instructors/facilitators were fabulous, engaging, personable which made the learning fun.

(2013 participant)

Dates: May 13-15, 2016 in conjunction with the OAIE/CBIE regional conference at Durham College (Oshawa, ON)

Registration Deadline: May 6, 2016

MAXIMUM participants: 25

Fee: CBIE members, $1795 CAD (+13% HST); Non-CBIE members, $1995 CAD (+13% HST)

This course is designed for those who are new to the field of international education and have been in their present positions for fewer than two years; they will work in an educational setting, in the area(s) of advising and/or programming for international students coming to their campuses. Session topics include:

  • Introduction to the Profession & Code of Ethics
  • International within the Institution
  • Program Design, Development and Evaluation
  • Budgeting Basics
  • Introduction to Risk Management
  • Advising Skills: Theory and Practice
  • Technology and the ISA

Who should take this course? The course is aimed at international education professionals who work with incoming international student flows, and who are in the first two years of their careers. It will also appeal to those who are considering a career in this field, or those who feel their skills need to be refreshed. It is an excellent opportunity to build a network of colleagues who deal with similar issues in their work at roughly the same level.

 

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