Good resources for up-to-date information about fNIRS training opportunities are the newsletter of the Society for functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy and the Facebook page of the SfNIRS.
Different groups offer fNIRS courses and workshops throughout the year (let us know of any others to include here):
- The Boston University NeuroPhotonics Center holds an annual 3-day fNIRS course run by David Boas and Meryem Yücel (previously hosted at the Martinos Center at Massachusetts General Hospital).
- Dr. Ted Huppert and lab at the University of Pittsburgh hosts a two-day intensive fNIRS training course on advanced data analysis and experimental design.
- NIRx holds regular training webinars.