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Student Protection in International Schools-A Counselor’s Role (ISCA 301-01)

  • 28 Apr 2021
  • 12:00 PM (UTC-08:00)
  • 02 May 2021
  • 3:00 PM (UTC-08:00)
  • Virtual via Zoom (2 Required Live Meetings)

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Student Protection in International Schools-A Counselor’s Role  (ISCA 301-01)

In many international schools, traditional services offered through child protection services offices, social workers or others who take the lead as case manager are usually not available.  In some countries, the system is established with various levels of protection for students.  However, many are not.  School counselors take on many aspects when faced with a student protection case.  By taking this course you will be more prepared and equipped to lead, coordinate and be part of a Student Protection Team.

Participants are requested to read the detailed Course Description before registration for this course to gain a full understanding of the objectives and requirements of this course.  The Course Description can be found here. 

Cohort #1 Sessions -- Zoom Meeting Times at 12:00 GMT to 15:00GMT

April 28th -- Part A

May 2nd -- Part B

*** In order to receive the full 6-hour PDH Certificate, participants must attend all live sessions ***


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