The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a leading provider of high-quality, engaging, and innovative professional development in the Asia-Pacific region.
We offer regional and in-school workshops in order to:
- support the professional growth of teachers and administrators
- transform classroom practice and student learning
- cultivate enduring communities of learners.
Find a workshop near you. For information on fees in Asia-Pacific, please download the following document:
For Asia-Pacific workshops terms and conditions, please see the document below:
Workshops in the Asia-Pacific region
The number of educators attending IB Asia-Pacific (IBAP) workshops continues to grow significantly. In 2010, we provided for more than 10,000 teachers. By the end of 2014, this number had grown to approximately 20,000.
We also work with networks throughout the region, and with several partners, to deliver the workshops teachers need at a location close to them. Regional workshops are held throughout the year, in an ever-growing number of locations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Asia-Pacific hosts approximately 25-30 in-school workshops each month, for schools implementing IB programmes. These workshops are tailored to the needs of school staff and are proven to be a cost-effective way to strengthen the whole school community.
They are delivered on the school premises.
Register for an in-school workshop, using the IB information system (IBIS). Most workshops in the professional development catalogue, linked to below, can be requested as an in-school workshop.
For more information on the requirements for in-school workshops, please download the document below. It includes fees and payment information, as well as links to related policies.
You can read our step-by-step guidelines on registering for in-school workshops [127 KB] , and we also have guidelines on room sizes for in-school workshops [130 KB] .
If your school would like to host an in-school workshop, but has a faculty of less than 12 members of staff, it can share professional development with one other school.
For more information, please download the following document: Asia-Pacific small school policy [582 KB] . If you have further questions, please the regional professional development team.