A core commitment of NCAIS is to offer relevant and intentional professional development opportunities to NCAIS constituents. We have various virtual opportunities, single-day workshops, and multi-day conferences listed below. 
If you have difficulty registering for a conference or finding your invoice, don't hesitate to get in touch with Rebecca Slay at 704-461-1812 or [email protected]  

June 1, 8, 15, 22, 2023 | AI Summer Workshop Series | Virtual
Looking for AI training for your staff this summer? Join ATLIS for a four-session workshop series on AI in independent schools. Learn from experts in the field about the latest trends, tools, risks, and strategies for using AI in education. Over the course of four sessions, you will gain practical insights into how to effectively use AI in the classroom, understand ethical and privacy concerns surrounding AI, and navigate leadership issues related to academic integrity, future curriculum, and assessment.

September 29, 2023 | Student Wellness: Recovering from Adolescence, Interrupted | Greensboro Day School 

October 7, 2023, January 20, & April 13, 2024 | Leadership Institute for Emerging Leaders | Greensboro

October 19-20, 2023 | Administrators of Color Conference | Ravenscroft School 

October 21, 2023, January 27, & April 27, 2024 | Leadership Institute for Established Leaders | Greensboro

October 25, 2023 | Early Childhood Educators Conference | Caldwell Academy, Greensboro

November 13, 2023 | Academic Leadership Conference | Charlotte Latin School 

December 1, 2023 | Essential Coaching Skills for Senior Leaders | Downtown Winston-Salem

December 7, 2023 | Upper School Literature Symposium | Virtual 

December 8, 2023 | College Counselors Workshop | Duke University

March 8, 2024 | Advanced Coaching and Feedback Skills | Greensboro

October 27 & November 3, 2023 | Cybersecurity 101 Workshop | Virtual
Each fall, ATLIS hosts a virtual two-day cybersecurity workshop for independent school leaders. Based upon the ATLIS Cybersecurity Recommendations for Independent Schools, this workshop provides attendees with a basic understanding of the cybersecurity landscape in independent schools and how to establish and promote a standard of care in their schools to keep them safe. 

NCAIS Board Approved Cancellation Policy:
All attendees receive a full refund if they cancel at least two weeks before an in-person event, and a 50% refund if they cancel one week before the event; no refunds thereafter. All refunds are subject to a 15% administrative fee. No refunds for virtual events that are recorded for later viewing. 
Financial Assistance:  NCAIS has a modest amount of financial assistance available. Please do not hesitate to ask if that would be helpful.

Because of the strong support of our sponsors and exhibitors, we are able to offer affordable professional development opportunities to our schools. We encourage you to review our Sponsor Directory and support those organizations as they have supported our community. For those representing organizations with services and products that would benefit our schools, we encourage you to visit the link below: 

Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities