When educators evaluate foreign transcripts with intentionality and consistency, students are able to receive transfer credit for courses taken outside of the United States, positioning them for success in US secondary school and in their transition to college, vocational school, or the 21st century workforce.
This eight-hour individualized training with a PowerPoint presentation, 3 interactive activities, formative assessment, resource guide, e-binders for participants, a 500-page trainer manual, and transcript evaluation application practice for up to 10 countries, summative exam leading to Certificate of Training with proficiency score of 70% or higher. Use of Webinar and online meeting model. Must have strong internet connection, and headset with microphone.
This eight-hour individualized training with a PowerPoint presentation, 3 interactive activities, formative assessment, resource guide, e-binders for participants, 500-page trainer manual, and transcript evaluation application practice for up to 10 countries, summative exam leading to Certificate of Training with proficiency score of 70% or higher.
Each webinar is pre-recorded, self-paced, and ideal for independent learners. Learners can individualize learning through webinar selection. each on-demand webinar is up to one- hour in length. Webinars focus on evaluating foreign records from the selected country (e.g., an on-demand webinar on Nigeria would focus on evaluating transcripts from Nigeria). Purchase of introduction webinar is highly recommended prior to purchasing other webinars.
1. Identify the name and number of participants.
2. Select up to ten countries from Country Selection form .
3. Provide three potential training dates.
4. Provide an address to receive training materials .
5. Identify contact personnel for payment and procurement .
Please note: Online training requires a strong internet connection, laptop or desktop computer, and preferably a headset or interactive board with microphone or speaker accessibility.
Upon receiving the requested information, you will receive a response with the detailed next steps within 72 hours.
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