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New IBEN roles available!

With the launch of the new IBCC programme as well as the new school authorization process there are a range of exciting new IBEN roles that have been created:

  • Readers (Application for candidacy and application for authorization)
  • Allocated consultants
  • Site visitors
  • Progress Report Reviewer etc.

For more details on training and/or requirements for each role and to show your interest login to the online database using your username and password (for active IBEN only)

Training opportunities

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Since its beginnings, the IB has collaborated with educators in all aspects of curriculum, workshops, school visits and examinations.

In a typical year, educators contributed in excess of 60,000 person days to IB activity worldwide.

Becoming part of the IB Educator Network offers a wide range of experiences and excellent professional development advantageous to you and to your school.

The Regional office manages, within global guidelines, the training activities of the following roles:

IBEN - School Services Roles

  • Consultant (PYP, MYP, DP)
  • Progress Report Reviewer (PYP, MYP, DP)
  • School Visits Team Member (PYP, MYP, DP)
  • School Visits Team Leader (PYP, MYP, DP)

A detailed explanation is available of the school services roles

IBEN - Professional development Roles

  • In-School Workshop Leader (PYP, MYP)
  • Regional Workshop Leader (PYP/MYP/DP)
  • Programme Field Representatives (PYP/MYP/DP)
  • Session Observers (PYP/MYP/DP)

A detailed explanation is available of the professional development roles

Further information is available in our Guide to application for training [pdf, 478kb]

Apply for training or sign-up to get notified of future events

IBEN
Our Educator Network Application System allows you to apply for training as well as signing-up to get notified of future training opportunities as they become available.

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