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Dan:



Ours is a 1-credit, repeatable course. We have sections for intro to Writing Center, Math Center, and SI; and additional communal sections for Intermediate and Advanced certification.



For various bureaucratic reasons (mostly related to the cost of tuition), tutors are not required to enroll in the course. All tutors are required to attend some sort of orientation/training. My tutors are required to participate in additional ongoing training (either enrolled in the course or otherwise), but currently our policies vary somewhat coordinator to coordinator.

Jered Wasburn-Moses
Math Center Coordinator
Learning Assistance Programs
Northern Kentucky University
http://lap.nku.edu<http://lap.nku.edu/>
University Center 170F
(859) 572-5779








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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Dan Callihan
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Subject: Tutor training as a college class



Hello all,



Do you know of any schools that have their peer tutor training as a class that is worth college credit?



Sincerely, Dan Callihan M.S.

Assistant Director of the Center for Learning Excellence Certified Developmental Education Specialist Jenkins Education Complex rm 208a MacMurray College

447 East College Avenue

Jacksonville, Illinois 62650

217-479-7131

www.mac.edu<http://www.mac.edu>





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