Accreditation Volunteer Online Training

Accreditation Volunteer Online Training

In contrast to the on-site training, online training can be completed at your convenience. The online training closely mirrors the training offered on-site and can therefore be an alternative to attending one of these sessions. The training addresses all volunteer roles, accreditation processes (initial accreditation and continuous improvement review) and provides guidance that is useful for new and experienced volunteers, including case studies related to  issues that may arise when serving as an accreditation volunteer. This training has been developed for a broad audience and is useful not only for volunteers, but also for schools involved in the accreditation process (both initial and continuous improvement). 

REGISTRATION:  To access the Training, you must register via the Event Page Here. Once registered, you will receive an email on how to access the Training within 2 business days.

NEW USERS: If you do not have an AACSB login, please go to the New User Registration Page and register using your official organization email address (.edu, .org, etc.)

RETURNING USERS: Please Log In to Blackboard to access the Training.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email with access instructions within 2 business days.

Please Note: Registration follows a shopping cart process, however, AACSB members will not be charged upon final checkout. Non-members may access the training via the same registration and shopping cart process for a fee of 250 USD.

“AACSB’s online volunteer training was instrumental in preparing me for being a member of a visiting team. Having just been through a maintenance visit myself, it was very beneficial to gain a more macro view of what it means to be accredited. The online training gave me a greater understanding of the standards and what it means to have a quality business education. Many of the questions that arose in my mind were answered by the training series. The ease of use also contributed to a very valuable learning experience.”

– L. Wayne Plumly, Jr.
Dean, Langdale College of Business