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    COVID-19 has strained resources at schools due to changing regulations, schedules impacting routes and requirements for the health and safety of staff and students. Technology has been the enabler for schools to deliver a quality transportation service despite these disruptors. Join our discussion with Carlos Guerrero, International School Transportation and Operational Risk expert in program development, policy writing, and crisis response planning related to student travel, campus safety, child protection, and medical response. He will share insights on how technology can help to:
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    The fourth of our series on Returning to Normal in COVID times at international schools. At international schools opportunities for international trips is a key component of the experience offered. Whether class trips, sporting events or other competitions, the opportunity to travel has been a normal, expected and important offering. COVID-19 has halted this opportunity for students. Going forward, it is expected these opportunities will resume, however with new challenges. Our webinar today will interview Ben Cooper of World Travel Protection who will explore implications and sha
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    This is the third of a 4-part series of webinars addressing the need to return schools to normal during COVID times. Moving forward and out of the global pandemic it remains uncertain if or when COVID-19 will cease to be an issue. COVID-19 impacts international schools in a variety of ways and one that should not be overlooked is the impact this continues to take on students. Our panel will address a variety of scenarios along with insights on how to support your students in these difficult times. Panelists: Meredith Herold - Penbrae Consulting Dr. Elke Paul -
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    The fourth of our series on Returning to Normal in COVID times at international schools. At international school opportunities for international trips is a key component of the experience offered. Whether class trips, sporting events or other competitions, the opportunity to travel has been a normal, expected and important offering. COVID-19 has halted this opportunity for students. Going forward, it is expected these opportunities will resume, however with new challenges. Our webinar today will interview Ben Cooper of World Travel Protection who will explore implications and shar
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    This is the second of a 4-part series of webinars addressing the need to return schools to normal during COVID times. Moving forward and out of the global pandemic it remains uncertain if or when COVID-19 will cease to be an issue. COVID-19 impacts international schools in a variety of ways and one that should not be overlooked is the impact on staff – recruitment, mobility and travel all have significant implications that are exasperated as a result of COVID-19. Our panel will address a variety of scenarios along with insights on how to manage your staff in these difficult times. S
  6. 2020-2021 in education has been like no other. Education has seen a huge step change forced upon it over the past year through COVID-19. The education world, by nature, is dynamic however it has been required to flex, adapt, and refine delivery and activities. Here in the UK, alongside our international colleagues, we approach the anniversary of COVID-19 restrictions. Resilience and determination are phrases persistent throughout our daily interactions and the most robust individuals are having to find the positivity to persevere with conviction. Talking to our schools’ community here ar
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    COVID-19 has strained resources at schools due to changing regulations, schedules impacting routes and requirements for the health and safety of staff and students. Technology has been the enabler for schools to deliver a quality transportation service despite these disruptors. A command-and-control centre providing an overview of the bus operations combined with an app has allowed schools to respond effectively. Join our discussion with Carlos Guerrero, International School Transportation and Operational Risk expert in program development, policy writing, and crisis response planning r
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    COVID-19 has strained resources at schools due to changing regulations, schedules impacting routes and requirements for the health and safety of staff and students. Technology has been the enabler for schools to deliver a quality transportation service despite these disruptors. A command-and-control centre providing an overview of the bus operations combined with an app has allowed schools to respond effectively. Join our discussion with Carlos Guerrero, International School Transportation and Operational Risk expert in program development, policy writing, and crisis response planning r
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    The Pandemic caught everyone unprepared and has highlighted the importance to have an emergency plan. As we return students to classrooms around the world let us be prepared for any kind of emergency or crisis that schools may face. In order to be properly prepared, a school should follow the 7 steps in Emergency Planning Management. Prepare Alert Communicate Respond Recover Assess Mitigate Join our discussion with the former federal law enforcement agent and CEO of Clearpath EPM Mike Johnson. He will guide all participants through these steps to
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