Request a workshop at your school

The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is committed to supporting the development of educators in every IB World School.

As part of this commitment, schools can request to have professional development delivered on their own premises. 

Benefits of in-school workshops

In-school workshops provide schools with the opportunity to train their entire IB programme staff on their own school premises, and to focus upon select programme issues and strategies.

All in-school workshops are recognized for school authorization and evaluation purposes.

While they are useful in addressing particular school needs, it is understood that they form only a part of the school’s broader IB professional development portfolio, including participation in regional workshops, online workshops and conferences.    

Learn more about how IB in-school workshops can benefit your school in this short video

Booking in-school workshops

You can make a request using the IB information system (IBIS). 

Depending on where you are in the world, you will need different supporting information when making a request, and the deadline for making a request will be different.

For further guidance, please refer to the tab with information for your region. 

You can request an in-school workshop at any time in the Americas region by providing 14 weeks’ notice. 

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You can request an in-school workshop at any time in the Asia-Pacific region by providing five month notice.

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For schools interested in a single school workshop in the Africa, Europe and Middle East (AEM) region, please submit your request via IBIS.

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Within AEM, schools are eligible to submit a single school workshop request at any time, provided that IB receives the submitted request at least 12 weeks prior to the preferred workshop start date.

If you require additional guidance on how single school workshops are organized in the AEM region, please read more here.