Developing the skills necessary to effectively assist higher education students is an ongoing process. At Higher Ed Trainings we make it easy to get the most up-to-date, relevant continuing education on college counseling, advocacy, compliance,
and disability services.
Make continuing education for professionals a priority by scheduling an in-person, on-location training for your college or university. These 90-minute presentations cover specific topics relevant to higher education staff and faculty and can be customized to fit the needs of your organization.
Choose from a variety of pre-recorded webinars ranging from ethics to disabilities services. These continuing education presentations can be completed in the comfort of your home or office. Webinars are licensed for individual-use only. Contact us for school-wide licensing.
Geared toward high school educators and counselors, our transition to higher education seminars provide practical and relevant information for helping graduating seniors smoothly transition to college. These seminars are available as in-person presentations and live webinars.
Self-Advocacy for Higher Education
A Step by Step Guide to Preparing to Request Accommodations in College. This book will help students develop the self-awareness and knowledge needed to move through the accommodation process easily.
Higher Ed Trainings was founded in 2020 after more than a decade of higher education experience in college counseling and disability services.
Our mission is to educate college and university faculty and staff on the laws, requirements, ethics, and best practices in higher ed counseling and special education so that they can best serve their student population.
Dan Jordan has worked as the Accessibility Coordinator and a counselor at Gwynedd Mercy University for over ten years.
With over 25 years in mental health and over a decade in higher education, Dan has a passion for student wellness, advocacy, and ensuring students have the access they need.
As a father of a son with dyslexia, he also understands a parent’s perspective and concerns about accommodations in high school and college and the importance of self-advocacy.
As the sole accessibility professional on campus, Dan has been sought out by faculty, staff, other disability colleagues, and local high schools to share his expertise and perspective on mental health and accessibility issues.
We understand that each school's situation and needs are unique to them. Tell us more about what you're looking for, and we will get back to you soon.
King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States