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Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW)

Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW)

May 8-12, 2017

9am to 5pm daily

The Facilitator Development Workshop, or FDW, is an intensive 40-hour workshop held over 5 days that prepares participants to deliver the ISW to others.  The FDW involves four or five faculty participating in three roles: instructor, learner, facilitator. Led by one or two Trainers from the Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) Network, the core of the FDW is another Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) with the further skill of facilitation as the primary focus.

FDWs are offered every other year in May and are open to all teaching faculty and staff who have completed CTE601 and 604 (ISW). An internationally recognized certificate will be issued upon completion.

** Please note: All registrants must attend every day of the program (all five days from 9am-5pm).

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Please RSVP by March 31, 2017

By completing the registration information below, you agree to arrive on time each morning and stay for the full day on all five days of workshop.  


May 8-12, 2017

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Day 1 on Monday, May 8, 9am-5pm Day 2 on Tuesday, May 9, 9am-5pm Day 3 on Wednesday, May 10, 9am-5pm Day 4 on Thursday, May 11, 9am-5pm Day 5 on Friday, May 12, 9am-5pm
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