The Institute's six centers comprehensively cover training for professionals, students, and community members.
Upcoming Trainings and Workshops
For IU Students
Federal Policymaking & Special Education
In this course, participants will be provided the opportunity to learn and practice the skills needed to be an effective advocate for K-12 students with disabilities.
This course is open to all graduate students attending Indiana University Bloomington or any of IU’s regional campuses.
Interdisciplinary Education Training Program
IETP is a leadership development program designed for undergraduate and graduate students working at the IIDC as student workers, graduate assistants, or interns. Those who are in the Indiana Institute’s IETP will sequence through an Interdisciplinary Education Plan (IEP) reflecting individual learning objectives. IETP trainees will have the opportunity to pursue an experiential component, where opportunities for engagement in research, field-based training, technical assistance, and/or curriculum and materials development in community settings will be a part of their IIDC experience. Additionally, trainees will also have the opportunity to interact with a variety of disciplinary professionals, community members, and persons with disabilities.