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College of Education and Human Development
104 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Dr. S.E
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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Professional Development

The college is committed to supporting professionals working in education and human development through professional development opportunities. Choose a topic from the side of this page to see upcoming events for a particular area, or look below for a list of the next events from all areas.

For current professionals interested in academic programs, the college offers both the M.Ed. Professional Studies and certificate programs. For University-wide opportunities, please visit the Digital Campus or the College of Continuing Education .

Upcoming Professional Development Events

Children, Trauma, and Repair: Infancy through Adolescence

Mon, July 28, 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM

Children, Trauma, and Repair: Infancy through Adolescence is a short course offered as part of the School of Social Work's Clinical Practice Series. The series is designed for social workers and other professionals wanting research-informed continuing education hours in clinical practice and/or advanced training with trauma.

Visit the Clinical Series website for more information or to register for a class.

Children, Trauma, and Repair: Infancy through Adolescence

Tue, July 29, 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM

Children, Trauma, and Repair: Infancy through Adolescence is a short course offered as part of the School of Social Work's Clinical Practice Series. The series is designed for social workers and other professionals wanting research-informed continuing education hours in clinical practice and/or advanced training with trauma.

Visit the Clinical Series website for more information or to register for a class.

July 30-31, 2014: Pre-K CLASS™ Observation Training

Wed, July 30, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

The CLASS™ is a multifaceted observation system that requires training to use it appropriately. This two-day in-person training offered by certified CLASS™ trainers covers the instrument and provides opportunities to score video segments in preparation for the online reliability testing. Additionally, participants must complete 3-4 hours of pre-training exercises and readings and schedule one half day to complete the reliability testing after the training. Passing the online test is necessary to become a reliable CLASS™ observer. Those interested in training others to become reliable observers must attend a Train-the-Trainer session offered via Teachstone.

CEED offers the Pre-K and K-3 versions of this training and, coming in 2014, the Toddler version will also be offered.

This training is available to Minnesota residents only.

Maximum audience size: 17

8:00 am to 4:30 pm for two days

$300 per person

Read more and register on the CEED website.

 

Experiential Interventions for Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Families

Thu, July 31, 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM

Experiential Interventions for Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Families: Restoring Balance, Competence and Hope is a short course offered as part of the School of Social Work's Clinical Practice Series. The series is designed for social workers and other professionals wanting research-informed continuing education hours in clinical practice and/or advanced training with trauma.

Visit the Clinical Series website for more information or to register for a class.

Experiential Interventions for Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Families

Fri, August 1, 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM

Experiential Interventions for Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Families: Restoring Balance, Competence and Hope is a short course offered as part of the School of Social Work's Clinical Practice Series. The series is designed for social workers and other professionals wanting research-informed continuing education hours in clinical practice and/or advanced training with trauma.

Visit the Clinical Series website for more information or to register for a class.

 



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