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No, Beck Institute uses a travel and planning company to book faculty’s travel and lodging. Beck Institute submits expenses to the organization for reimbursement following the training.
Yes, the organization is responsible for securing audio-visual equipment, including a computer or laptop with PowerPoint software installed, Wi-Fi, slide clicker, digital projector and screen, DVD playing capability with sound amplification, lavaliere microphone, handheld microphones for audience participation and roleplays, and a dry erase or flip board.
Yes, the organization is responsible for securing the training space.
No, we do not allow audio or video recordings of trainings.
Scholarships for organizations may be available. Contact Bonnie Nicolari (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Yes, participants will receive a Letter of Workshop Attendance via email.
We do not set the minimum or maximum for workshops. It’s really up to you and the capacity at your site.
We do not provide continuing education credits for training at organizations. Some organizations decide to get credits through a local university or other credentialing source. It is also our understanding that some licensing boards accept a certain number of hours of continuing education that are not approved in advance, *but it is up to the individual participant to submit proof of attendance to their licensing board. If the licensing board allows for this, the licensing board makes the determination on whether credits will be counted.
We typically schedule workshops 3-4 months in advance.
Yes. Learn more about Beck Institute Training for Organizations.