SI Supervisor Training in Kansas City
The International Center for Supplemental Instruction offers ten SI training workshops annually in Kansas City, Missouri. Training covers the following topics: procedures for selecting SI courses and SI Leaders; roles of supervisors and Leaders as well as benefits; evaluation and funding of the program; training and supervision of SI Leaders; theoretical frameworks underlying the SI model; and effective learning strategies and SI session activities. Attendees will also participate in SI simulations. Those who complete the SI training will receive SI Supervisor and SI Leader manuals (can be reproduced only within that person’s institution) and an SI Supervisor certificate of completion.
Training Overview and Pricing:
The SI training offered in Kansas City is two full days (8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.) and one partial day (8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.). Training covers the following topics: procedures for selecting SI courses and SI Leaders; roles of supervisors and leaders as well as benefits; evaluation and funding of the program; training and supervision of SI leaders; theoretical frameworks underlying the SI model; and effective learning strategies and SI session activities. Attendees will also participate in SI simulations. Those who complete the SI training will receive reproducible SI Supervisor and SI Leader manuals, SI Strategy Cards, and a certificate of completion. SI training is $875 USD.
2019 Training Dates:
February 25-27, 2019
March 18-20, 2019
May 20-22, 2019
June 3-5, 2019
June 17-19, 2019
July 15-17, 2019
July 29-31, 2019
October 14-16, 2019
November 4-6, 2019
If you need to cancel a registration, you must inform the International Center at least two weeks before the beginning of training. Registrants who no-show or do not cancel at least one week prior to the training will, at minimum, incur the food-related expenses for the three days. Any partial refund is the discretion of the International Center for SI.
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Student Union, Volker Campus
5100 Cherry Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64110
* Guests staying at the Courtyard Marriot Kansas City Country Club Plaza will have access to a free shuttle to and from training location for all three days of the training. Guests staying elsewhere will be responsible for their own transportation to/from training location.
Continental breakfast and a buffet lunch will be provided on each training day.
Courtyard Marriot Kansas City Country Club Plaza
4600 JC Nichols Parkway
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
The hotel does offer a discount for all workshop participants. Single room rates are $153 USD (plus tax) per night for all 2019 dates. To ensure availability and the reduced rate, hotel reservations must be confirmed 3 weeks prior to the training.
Hotel Room Reservation – 2019 Training Dates:
*** Please click your training date range above to reserve a room at the reduced rate. ***
The Kansas City Super Shuttle offers a variety of reasonable airport fares (starting from $19.00 one-way). To reserve your Super Shuttle please click here. Cabs are also an option (https://kansas-city-taxi.com/); however fares from MCI to the host hotel can cost up to $60.00 each way.
Transportation to and from UMKC on training days is provided by our host hotel at no cost to training participants.
Should you have any additional questions regarding your training registration, please call the International Center for Supplemental Instruction at 816-235-1174 on Mondays-Fridays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. CST.
Attendee Testimonials: November 2017
“All of it was extremely useful, but what I especially took away was the focus on the importance of strong training
for the SI leaders. Hands-on activities and discussion really cemented my understanding.”
“I did not fully understand SI until coming to this training. I think it really takes seeing it up close and
being in a room with professionals to gain a deeper understanding.”
“I think even if you are familiar with SI this gives you another perspective and encourages creative
“I loved that the agenda and the format mirrored what SI is supposed to be. It very much emphasized what we
should be using in an ideal SI session. It was a great model to watch.”
“I’ve been to similar (student support related) trainings and was very impressed with this one! I left with several
great ideas in additional to a much better understanding of SI in general.”
“I thought this workshop was very well structured. The facilitators were excellent–knowledgeable, engaging, and