Embry-Riddle Worldwide's free live webinars give you a chance to take part in our virtual learning experience. These interactive presentations, taught by faculty members or other experts who are leaders in their respective industries, cover a broad spectrum of topics.
See the complete list below to participate in a live webinar or to view a past session on demand.
A presentation called “What Differentiates Superior Performing Aviation and Aerospace Leaders?
Presenter: Dr. Linda Pittenger
Presenter: Christian Janke
Noted corporate trainer Karen Baetzel shows you how to deliver strong, effective presentations.
Presenter: Captain Karen Baetzel
Three national experts look look at ways you can prepare for a career in commercial aviation.
Presenter: Ken Byrnes, Ph.D.; Capt. Joey Cook; Chris Erlanson; Chris Moser
A look at career portfolios — a proven method to demonstrate accomplishments, skills, and abilities. Special focus will be for those in the aviation industry, but the information will be helpful to all participants regardless of career interests.
Interested in studying at Embry-Riddle Worldwide in the United States or online but don’t know where to start? Join us as we answer some common questions about studying in the U.S. and online.
Human Factors — the interaction between people and systems — plays a major role in both aircraft design and safety. This session will look at present topics and research that impact this critical subject.
Presenter: Clint Balog
Leaders are not all the same. Some are highly effective, and some actually can do great damage to personnel and the organization. In this webinar you will learn 10 traits successful leaders possess.
Presenter: Dr. Matt Earnhardt
Managing projects across cultures can be a productive, rewarding experience, or a series of costly mistakes. Join us as we look at how to successfully manage projects across cultural and language barriers.
Airports don’t shut down to do construction. Join us for a look at airport construction and how to effectively manage risk and safety issues.