On-Demand Programs

NBOA on-demand programs provide a quick immersion into focused subject areas that are critical to the administration of independent schools. These programs provide the flexibility and convenience of self-paced, asynchronous learning that can be completed anywhere and at any time. An on-demand program takes approximately four hours to complete.

Each on-demand program is comprised of three sections:

  1. Welcome and program overview
  2. Coursework and additional supplemental resources
  3. Quiz and analysis of a case study (participants apply course concepts to a concrete example and receive feedback from the course facilitator)

Interviewing and Hiring in Legal Compliance

This on-demand program provides crucial training for supervisors, administrators and any employee involved in the interviewing and hiring process at your school. Participants will learn to engage in meaningful interviews while avoiding legal claims and pitfalls in the hiring process.

Managing in Legal Compliance

This on-demand program provides school supervisors with the knowledge needed to spot potential issues around leave and accommodation requests and work with human resources to manage employees effectively while mitigating legal risks.

Performance Management and Separations

This on-demand program provides supervisors with training on how to coach, evaluate and provide honest feedback to employees and considerations in a separation process.

TIAA

These programs are presented with generous support from TIAA.

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Learn About Human Resource Compliance From Your Desk This Winter

Gain a more in-depth grasp of issues related to independent school human resources in NBOA's HR Compliance for Independent Schools online course. Intended for both human resources professionals and business officers who have oversight and responsibility for human resources, the course will help you learn to spot issues, address day-to-day human resources challenges, improve your school's policies and practices, and know when to engage legal counsel.

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