Education and training for people with busy lives and curious minds
Whether you’ve got a week for an institute, a day for a workshop, an evening for an inspiring speaker, or a few minutes a day to take an online class, we have continuing education options that meet your needs.
Antioch University New England invites qualified applicants to enroll for credit or to audit some of the courses offered in our graduate degree programs.
Fields of Counseling or Psychology
Immerse yourself in the field of dance/movement therapy during our 5-day or 3-day intensives. These experiential/didactic workshops are conducted by faculty of Antioch University New England’s Master’s Program in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling. The intensives will expose participants to a range of approaches currently in use in the field. No previous experience is necessary.
- January 17 – 19, 2020, 3-Day Intensive, Friday – Sunday
- Register for the workshop.
Field of Environmental Studies
Discover Conservation Research in the Monadnock Region
Announcing the first-ever Monadnock Region Natural History Conference! This full-day conference will feature presentations on a diversity of natural history topics, with a focus on conservation research, ecological restoration, and natural resource management in in the Monadnock Region. This is a chance to learn about local conservation research directly from scientists and land managers, and to think collaboratively about what’s next for the scientific and conservation community in southwest New Hampshire. We hope you’ll join us on November 16, 2019, from 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Keene, NH.
Join Antioch University New England’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience for a series of online courses focused on the fundamentals of climate change resilience. Individuals may sign-up for individual courses either for academic credit or to audit. Those interested in all the courses, may apply to enter the Climate Resilience Certificate Program for Professionals.
Climate Impacts: Communication, Facilitation, and Stakeholder Capacity Building (ES 5830, section A)
Delivery: Online, asynchronous, students may complete the assignments at their own pace and schedule within each week
Dates: November 10 – December 15, 2019, 4 weekly asynchronous online lessons.
Registration deadline: November 5, 2019
- Be able to identify communication and engagement best practices
- Learn various evidence-based engagement tactics to create and facilitate a communications strategy for engagement (e.g., use of polling, surveying, microtargeting)
- Learn basic principles for crafting an effective engagement strategy and common barriers
- Become familiar with the role of using imagery, visualization, and meaningful dialogue to increase urgency and motivation to engage in a public planning process
- Learn how to successfully engage vulnerable populations (e.g., income, race, ethnicity, age)
Coming Soon: Climate Change and Public Health (ES-5750) 1-cr.
Field of Education
In-Bloom Conference dates for spring coming soon.
For more information on Continuing Education opportunities, contact Shelley Viles at 603-283-2145 or at firstname.lastname@example.org