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Learning outcomes for participants
Participants will benefit from industry specific professional development and growth, based on ACUHO-I’s Core Competencies: The Body of Knowledge for Campus Housing Professionals.
The format is based on learning and working together in core groups with an assigned faculty member who will be your Industry mentor and coach during GHTI. On completion of GHTI participants have the opportunity to maintain this professional mentoring relationship.
Topics covered during the GHTI include:
The program provides an intensive learning community. Participants benefit from the formal training, group activities and the many informal networking opportunities. They build a unique industry professional network with other participants and with Faculty members from around the world. They have the opportunity to plan their professional development through guided self-assessment.
Participants receive industry recognition on completion of GHTI. The GHTI is based on the National Housing Training Institute (NHTI), which is coordinated by ACUHO-I and held annually in the United States.
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