Last update: September 30, 2019

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Training for faculty, TAs, and staff

Do you teach at UBC or interact with students as part of your job? Have you heard about Early Alert and want to start using it? Attend an online or in-person Early Alert training session.

Choose online or in-person training to learn:

  • how Early Alert simplifies the process for faculty, TAs, and staff to connect students of concern with campus resources and supports
  • the kinds of concerns that are appropriate to submit within Early Alert
  • how Early Alert protects student privacy and confidentiality

Online training for faculty, TAs, and staff

In-person training for faculty, TAs, and staff

Vancouver campus

To book a 50 minute departmental session for a group of faculty members, TAs and/or staff members, visit https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AFsEIzigH2K95b

When space is available for individuals to attend an upcoming departmental session, the dates and times will be listed below:

[There are currently no sessions available.]

Okanagan campus

Please contact the Early Alert Okanagan team if you are interested in attending a training session.


Training for advisors

Is advising students a primary function of your role at UBC? Have you heard about Early Alert and want to start using it? Register below for an upcoming training session.

In this 2 hour session, you will learn:

  • how Early Alert simplifies the process for connecting students with concerns to campus resources and supports
  • the early indications that a  student  may be  experiencing difficulties and how to submit an Early Alert concern
  • how Early Alert protects student privacy and confidentiality
  • how comprehensive support and action plans are coordinated for students
  • how advisors and the Early Alert team coordinate outreach to students
  • how to respond to students in distress

Vancouver campus

Please contact the Early Alert Vancouver team if you are interested in attending a training session.

Okanagan campus

Please contact the Early Alert Okanagan team if you are interested in attending a training session.


Questions

Questions about Early Alert or training? Contact us.