The September IPEDS Keyholder Essentials course is full and registration is closed. Registration for the October IPEDS Keyholder Essentials course will open on September 15.
Interested in attending a face-to-face IPEDS Workshop? Visit https://www.airweb.org/collaborate-learn/ipeds-training/courses-workshops/attend-an-ipeds-workshop
Looking for short just-in-time training videos that provide overviews and guidance for completing the IPEDS surveys? Visit https://www.airweb.org/collaborate-learn/professional-development-training/ipeds-tutorials
AIR's online course, IPEDS Keyholder Essentials: A Beginner's Guide, is a mentor-supported course that can be taken from the comfort of your home or office
Created for data providers with less than 9 months of experience as keyholders, this course covers basic concepts and definitions, such as what IPEDS is, components that make up an IPEDS submission, IPEDS requirements and your responsibilities as a Keyholder, and tips and tricks on how to complete accurate and timely IPEDS submissions
This curriculum is intended for both officially designated IPEDS Keyholders as well as individuals that serve in a secondary Keyholder role assisting the official IPEDS Keyholder in the data collection/entry process.
- No tuition charge to participants
- Mentor supported
- Self-paced curriculum (10-12 hours) over the course of one month
Space is limited to 150 participants per course, and online seating is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Seat confirmations are delivered via email on a rolling basis approximately 3 business days after an online seat registration is submitted.
NOTE: Participants may only enroll in ONE keyholder course at a time. Additionally, participants should allow 10-12 hours to complete their chosen course within a one-month period.
Questions? Contact the AIR IPEDS Keyholder Course staff at email@example.com or 850-391-3856
Financial support for the development and management of this online course is provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).