AAFCS Webinars Address FCS Challenges

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AAFCS Webinars Address FCS Challenges


Jackson, Carolyn W., Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences


With new knowledge, techniques, and communications methods being added today at lightning speed, family and consumer sciences (FCS) professionals are continually challenged to stay current on cutting-edge topics in our field. And that calls for professional development-the kind that fits with our ever-increasing challenges of limited resources.

AAFCS Webinars: New Experiences in Training (NEXT) are designed to utilize technology to provide professional development opportunities 24/7 and without leaving your desk. In today's tough economic times, we realize the importance of offering learning opportunities that do not require the expense and logistical commitments of in-person meetings. Our webinars showcase:

* Best practices pertinent to FCS professionals

* Research-based sessions on FCS content

* Information and practices that enhance quality of life

* Cutting-edge tools and techniques for the classroom and beyond

* Career development and leadership training

* Other topic areas that are submitted by FCS professionals

By utilizing a technologically advanced online platform, we offer learning programs in multiple content areas that support you in honing your skills and advancing your career. Sessions are presented by members and other industry experts that speak to the specific challenges and opportunities facing FCS professionals today.

These 90-minute learning sessions are interactive, allowing you to be engaged with the presenter. You can be involved in polling as the speaker poses questions to the authence and you'll also have a chance to turn the tables on the speaker and ask him/her your most pressing questions. …

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