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Scheduled: Tuesday, June 27, 2017


Train the Trainer: How to Breathe Life Back Into E-Board Trainings
Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    Through this webinar, Marissa will give an in-depth view of how she restructured and rejuvenated her E-Board Training. From using the same training model year in and year out, Marissa began to ask what is the purpose and goals of these trainings? With help from across campus, Marissa scrapped the old and began to rebuild the training curriculum incorporating the necessities. During this webinar, Marissa will provide insight to her training, facilitate a conversation with other professionals, and allow for time to share resources and ask questions. So please join us as we look for ways to bring new energizing life to our training curriculum.

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    Scheduled: Thursday, July 13, 2017


    Train the Trainer: Graduate Assistant Training 101
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    Campus activities graduate assistants have a variety of responsibilities including advising student organizations, delivery of programs and services, supervising student employees and completing administrative tasks. Depending on your campus, these students may or may not be pursuing a degree in a higher education field, so training programs need to meet a variety of needs. This webinar will outline basic training concepts and allow participants to share successful training strategies and ideas.

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    Scheduled: Thursday, August 10, 2017


    Train the Trainer: Emergency Planning & Response for Campus Activities
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    Our nation’s colleges and universities are entrusted to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for students, faculty, staff and community members. However, with the growing number of natural and man-made disasters, this is no easy task. Many of these emergencies occur with little to no warning; therefore, it is critical for institutions of higher education to plan ahead to help ensure the safety and general welfare of all members of the campus community. Emergency preparedness and response on campus is a shared responsibility and this presentation will provide those directly involved with campus activities the tools necessary to mitigate, prepare, respond and recover from a variety of situations. We will explore the potential roles and responsibilities of campus activities professionals, as well as those which are delegated to senior university officials and first responders.

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