Become a CANEUS Classroom Seminar Instructor

Guidelines for CANEUS Seminar Instructors

CANEUS Professional Development is always seeking experienced engineering professionals with industry/academic backgrounds to propose and instruct seminars. CANEUS contracts with instructors to present seminars on current, applications-oriented subjects, and fundamental and advanced process theory courses. The instructors are responsible for the course outline development; class notes including activities, practice sets, and case studies; presentation aides and materials; and instruction of the material on mutually agreeable dates.

Other important points include:

  • CANEUS handles all course administration: scheduling, promotion and advertising, registration, and post-course evaluations.
  • CANEUS Seminars are usually one to three days in length and consist of approximately six and a half teaching hours per day.
  • CANEUS Seminars are presented at CANEUS education programs, either on locations or as in-house education and training for requesting companies.
  • A seminar honorarium is offered with travel expenses reimbursed by CANEUS.
  • The instructor is responsible for developing the master support materials and obtaining permission to reprint copyrighted material from outside sources. CANEUS will then handle all reproduction and forwarding to the seminar site. When required, special texts can also be supplied, as long as arrangements are made before the seminar is promoted.
Last updated: 12/14/2010