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Professional Development and Continuing Education: For Instructors

Levels for In-Person Wokrshops

Instructor/Presenter Levels for In-Person Workshops

  1. Entry Level Instructor

Qualifications: Less than 3 years documented expertise and experience conducting workshops/webinars in subject area; portfolio of professional development offerings; favorable participant evaluations; relevant workshop materials; up to date certifications if applicable and professional references with at least one from client workshop or in lieu of client additional professional reference.

Compensation*: $100.00 per half day workshop (3hrs) $35/hr

  1. Intermediate Instructor

Qualifications: 3-5 years documented expertise and experience conducting workshops/webinars in subject area; portfolio of professional development offerings; favorable participant evaluations; relevant workshop material; up to date certifications if applicable and professional references with at least 2 from client workshop.

Compensation*: $250-300 per half day/ $500 per full day or $75/hr

  1. Advanced Instructor

Qualifications: 5+ years documented expertise and experience conducting workshops/webinars in subject area; extensive portfolio of professional development offerings; favorable participant evaluations; relevant workshop material; up to date certifications if applicable; evidence of being published in a peer-reviewed professional library or information science journal and professional references with at least two from client workshop.

Compensation*: $425 per half day/$750 per full day or $125/hr

  1. Signature Instructor/Presenter

Qualifications: Nationally recognized professional presenters, authors, and instructors in area of subject matter. Generally have presented regionally or nationally at ALA, PLA, Computers in Libraries or other nationally recognized conferences and events.

Compensation*: Market rate (Negotiable)

*All workshop rates include travel, lodging, work shop handouts/materials.

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