Let's Get Ready for Fall
EVERFI Summer School is in session. Join us for a 4-week seminar series to get you ready for this next academic year.
These sessions will span strategic topics, such as training plan best practices taking into consideration your learners and your compliance requirements, to tactical implementation tips to clean-up your account with updated users and assignments.
Each week in June, there will be two 30-minute sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00am PDT / 12:00pm CDT / 1:00pm EDT.
Still have questions from any of the sessions? Do you want to do a pre-launch check with a Foundry expert? We'll be holding two office hour sessions in the last week to answer any last questions you have before kicking off the 2021 academic year. More information will be sent after registration.
|Tuesday, June 8||Training Plan Development Strategies, Part 1
Join Holly Rider-Milkovich, EVERFI's VP of Impact, as she discusses the compliance landscape for new and returning students.
|Thursday, June 10||Training Plan Development Strategies, Part 2
Taking what we learned from Holly in Part 1, in this session we provide the tools to map out your specific courses and learner segments.
|Tuesday, June 15||User Audit
Do you have any learners to remove? How about new people to add? This session is all about updating and organizing your users for short- and long-term success.
|Thursday, June 17||Assignment Audit
Sunsetting any old assignments will reduce confusion and keep your account clean and organized. We'll also talk about the benefits and next steps to upgrade to the newest Assignment 2.0 technology.
|Tuesday, June 22||Setting Up Your Configurations
With several in-course customization options, you'll have plenty of opportunities to make the course your own and really resonate with your learners.
|Thursday, June 24||Creating Assignments
In this final session, we'll discuss the benefits of the different assignment types and which ones are recommended for your training plans.
Missed a session that already occurred? Head directly to our Summer Implementation Guide to find the class materials.