Managing the Exchange Visitor Program Lifecycle
Managing the Exchange Visitor Program Lifecycle:
This course introduces critical skills and knowledge needed to support J-1 exchange visitors coming to the United States in a variety of roles. The module gives learners the tools that ROs and AROs will need to assist exchange visitors before, during and after their stays.
The pre-arrival review segment allows the learner to: recall strategies for quickly determining participant eligibility for a J-1 program; identify common J-1 participant eligibility issues; recall best practices for J-1 programs to assess participants’ English proficiency; recall compliance issues associated with participant funding, fees, insurance and housing; list common travel tips for J-1 participants; and identify critical document handling best practices.
- Who, What, Where and When
- Eligibility Based on Program Category Requirements
- English Proficiency
- Document Issuance
- Check-in Procedures
- Managing Participants Improperly Classified at Port of Entry
- Returning Home: End of Program Issues
Important User Information: The sections of this course must be completed in sequence. You will not be able to move on to the next section until you have watched the previous section in its entirety. Once all sections are completed, you will be prompted to take a post-test. Upon passing the post-test you will receive your Certificate of Achievement.
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