SETAC North America offers a variety of half- and full-day professional training courses every year in conjunction with its annual meeting. Course registration is open to members and guests. Early registration is highly recommended to ensure course viability.
Professional training courses are coordinated by the Education and Short Courses Committee based on feedback from previous participants, input from the SETAC membership community, and
discussion with the local program committee for the SETAC North America annual meeting. The focus is on selecting cutting-edge and general scientific topics of interest. In addition, non-scientific courses that support skills scientists might
need to succeed, for example communication or presentation skills, might be offered.
The courses are taught by experts in the field. If you are interested in volunteering your time and expertise, consider submitting a professional training course proposal by contacting the Education and Short Courses Committee.
Free Online Professional Training Course
Developing and Applying Adverse Outcome Pathways What You Need to Know – Part 1 and Part 2
Listen to a free recording of a professional training course about Adverse Outcome Pathways from the SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting, which was held in 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Course presenters are Daniel Villeneuve, Stephen Edwards and Dalma Martinovic-Weigelt.