The newest online training option from NeighborWorks, one-week workshops are an efficient and cost-effective way to support your continuing professional development. Workshops offer the opportunity for collaboration with peers and faculty via both live and self-paced online sessions for valuable, engaging learning. You'll gain meaningful, practical insights and resources that will strengthen your skills.
One-week workshops utilize a variety of learning activities and practical applications that will immediately impact your work -- including live web conferencing, self-paced online reading and the use of peer discussion forums and assignments. One-week workshops are the equivalent of a one-day in-person course at a training institute, and they include at least one live session that lasts up to 90 minutes. Learners should allow approximately six hours for self-paced, course-related reading and assignments over the course of the week.
The benefits of one-week workshops
- The ability to communicate with and learn from both faculty and peers.
- Content delivered over one week (Monday - Friday), with deadlines that allow you to learn according to your schedule.
- Feedback and instruction specific to the context of your community development challenges.
- Access to course materials, resources and reference tools online for take-aways after the course.
- Saving time and travel money while benefiting from a NeighborWorks learning experience.
All you’ll need is a computer and internet connection to take advantage of this reasonably priced and highly effective professional development opportunity!
One-week workshops we offer
Community and Neighborhood Revitalization
Homeownership and Housing Counseling
Management and Leadership
Contact Customer Response at 800-438-5547 or [email protected] to request notification when new one-week workshops are available.
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