Are your faculty prepared for all the potential risks in study abroad?
This train-the-trainer format will give you ideas for how you can implement a proper training program for faculty who lead study abroad trips. Learn the risk management essentials that every one of your faculty members need to know before supervising and implementing study abroad programs. We will discuss:
You will leave this training better able to set up a study abroad training your faculty that helps them both understand the potential for harm and mitigate risk factors.
Registration for this online training will include resources for you to refer to as you improve risk management training for your faculty. These resources include:
Structured as a “train the trainer” event, this program will address methods and techniques to train your faculty on risk management essentials for study abroad programs. Risk management professionals and anyone involved with faculty training, orientation, and pre-departure meetings for international education trips will also benefit from this program. This may include:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to train your faculty on the essentials of study abroad risk management in a manner that is tangible for all faculty.
Margaret has worked in the Center for International Programs at Kalamazoo College for over ten years in a variety of positions. Currently, she manages the Kalamazoo study abroad programs in China, France, India, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Thailand. Margaret received her BA in international studies from Emory University and a PhD in educational leadership, research, and technology from Western Michigan University.
Her interest and passion for international education began with her experience living, working, and studying in Berlin for four years. Professional interests include promoting non-traditional study abroad sites, short-term study abroad programming, international service learning projects, and conducting research about the impact and experience of study abroad on US college students.
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