Online Synchronous Curriculum

These Programs will be Online Soon!

Online Synchronous education requires the student to be online at the same time and duration as the instructor. No travel is necessary. The program may originate as a webinar (free or paid) or as longer course lasting up to two (2) days. Please see our schedule of events for upcoming webinars and longer courses.

. . . presented by Wolfpack Webinar Wednesdays

Wolfpack Webinar Wednesdays are 1-hour weekly training programs presented by members of the International Watershape Institute and our Corporate Engagement Team. These instructors, developing programs with our Education Board, bring new subjects, expertise and knowledge from various locations around the world. Register for upcoming webinars here.

Register for Upcoming Webinars

Instructions

Click on a row to see more details. This list can be filtered using the magnifying glass (multiple criteria) or funnel (quick filters). Online Asynchronous programs are listed first - these can be taken at any time online. Online Synchronous programs are listed second - these are scheduled to be delivered online at a specific date and time in the near future. Classroom Scheduled programs are listed third - these are scheduled to be delivered in a live classroom setting in the near future. All other programs are listed in the fourth group. Within each group, programs are also sorted by Level (e.g., Freshman, Sophomore, etc.)

What is KWLF "K-Wolf" Studio 1?

Every university deserves a college radio station! Broadcasting from a sound-insulated studio at Watershape University's headquarters in Solana Beach, California, KWLF is used to deliver education through airways and internet routers to students across the globe. We also use it to have a bit of fun along the way.


Check-in 5-10 minutes before the scheduled start to enjoy Lauren's greeting, some social time with the team and Dave's song choice of the week! See if you can guess the song - hint: it is always related to the day's webinar topic or instructor.