Educator Training & Consulting provides solutions to improve teaching at the postsecondary level, including Community Colleges, Universities, Trade Schools, and Technical Educator Associations. Your Faculty are Our Students.
They are civil engineers and information technology professionals. They are nurses and dental hygienists. They are lawyers and accountants, cosmetologists, massage therapists, realtors, and horticulturists.
New and Adjunct Faculty Training for Community & Technical Colleges
Over the course of the academic year, ETC trains faculty with little or no prior teaching experience. This Induction Program begins during a college's faculty inservice and includes workshops and an Online Resource Center, developed and maintained by ETC.
Our Inservice Workshops for Faculty don’t just help colleges and programs meet re-accreditation requirements; they provide faculty with easy-to-implement teaching, assessment, and management strategies to meet the needs of their students. The list of audiences just keeps growing.
Find out why community and technical colleges, for-profit schools, and universities from across the country continue to turn to ETC for Inservice workshops, special training, and staff development to ensure that faculty are meeting the needs of current students student affairs employees are serving both current students and attracting future students.

Teach better. Guide better. Connect more.

 

Educator Training & Consulting (ETC) seeks to improve teaching at the postsecondary level, offering faculty development services to community colleges, universities, proprietary trade schools, and within industry. The goal of ETC-customized programs is to coach and prepare post-secondary instructors to implement proven teaching methodology and the best practices of teaching in the 21st Century classroom. In addition, ETC provides higher education staff development in order to help those in Student Affairs, Financial Aid, Enrollment and Recruitment better serve the institution's present and future student bodies.

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“ETC has provided workshops for the past two years and my faculty and student body are better for it.”


—Tim Kissel
Director of Training,
Michigan Institute of Aviation & Technology