K12 Programs and Services
Earn graduate-level professional development credit that you can apply for recertification or salary advancement.
Earn academic credits that you can apply toward degree completion.
Maximize your budget by building a plan that aligns with your school or district's strategic objectives.
Prepare your students for college success and increase your school’s enrollment and retention.
We partner with Induction programs throughout California to provide graduate-level professional development credit.
We partner with PreK-12 experts and organizations to expand our professional development offerings.
My induction coach is a former Superintendent at a district school and has a wealth of knowledge. The leadership skills I acquired are invaluable and has helped me in the areas of conflict resolution, professional development, and understanding school administrative responsibilities. I’ve implemented numerous programs within our school in terms of school improvement planning and teacher professional development programs.
As a father of four children, having flexibility is very important. Brandman had the flexibility that allowed me to continue to work full time in order to provide for my family. At the same time I was able to take my courses from the comfort of my home where I was also able to be close to my family. Thanks to the ABA program I have been given the opportunity for career advancement at my job.
Best professional development I've been to in 17 years. I loved every minute and it didn't feel like work - it was totally informative and delightful.
Coming into this workshop I had no idea what project based learning looked like. I came out feeling like I learned enough about it that I am eager to get started in my classroom.
Employee Disengagement: Causes, Implications, and Cures
June 15th | 11:00AM-12:00PM Pacific | Webinar
The old practice of management including annual reviews, forced rankings and outdated competencies no longer achieve the intended results. In this webinar, participants will identify ways to navigate challenges and become an agent of change. Learn best practices to increase employee engagement. Approved for 1 SHRM and HRCI re-certification credit upon attending the live webinar.
Building Strong Teams: How to Prevent and Resolve the 5 Most Common Dysfunctions
August 17th | 11:00AM-12:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Leaders who are able to constructively address team conflicts can have immediate and enormous long-term impacts on an organization’s success. Low morale, high turnover, and expensive lawsuits are just a few of the common consequences of poorly handled conflict. In this webinar, participants will learn strategies to work through toxic interpersonal dynamics to build healthier and more resilient teams.
Time Management Strategies to Increase Productivity
July 14th | 11:00AM-12:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Managing your time effectively can directly reduce your stress levels and increase your productivity. In this webinar, participants will learn time management strategies and prioritization techniques to use in the office or when working remotely. Learn easy-to-implement ideas and concepts to change how, and even when, you work. Understand how to prioritize your daily tasks to improve productivity. This webinar is not eligible for HRCI/SHRM re-certification credit.
How to Become Culturally Ready for Educators
May 25th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Cultural blindness has a significant impact on a school's staff, beliefs, practices, policies, and work environment. In this webinar, participants will learn the components to become culturally proficient and understand its importance in the workplace. Creating a culturally proficient workforce builds a supportive and inclusive environment. Gain strategies to have open and honest dialogue using the RIR Protocol.
Brain-Based Teaching Strategies for Today’s Classroom
July 15th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Brain-based teaching seeks to help teachers engage students and encourage long-term retention by applying principles within the fields of neuroscience and psychology directly to various PreK-12 classroom environments; in-person, blended, and online. In this webinar, participants will explore specific evidence-based practices and walk away with the ability to identify and describe the components of an effective brain-based lesson. Learn how to encourage long-term retention and how to best engage students through different modalities.
Learning From Mistakes: 7 Lessons Every Teacher Needs to Know
June 15th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Why make your own mistakes when you can learn from a fellow teacher? Join Dr. Wendy Amato, Chief Academic Officer and 30-year classroom veteran, as she shares the lessons she has learned from her own mistakes throughout her teaching career. In this webinar, participants will learn best practices to tackle common obstacles in the classroom. Gain strategies and success criteria for your specific context. Learn best practices to prioritize the learning outcomes you seek for your students.
Managing Disruptive Behaviors: The Key Component of An Inclusive Classroom
August 17th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Effective management of behaviors is a crucial component of inclusive classrooms. Many disruptive behaviors can be prevented with proactive classroom management strategies that can accommodate the needs of all students. In this webinar, you will learn proactive classroom management techniques and evidence-based practices for handling disruptive behaviors, particularly those related to autism and learning disabilities.
Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting for Behavioral Health Professionals
June 16th | 11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar
If child abuse is left untreated, it can have negative impacts on an individual’s lifelong wellbeing. Learn screening and early intervention strategies to effectively provide services the child and family need to enhance their protective factors. In this webinar, participants will learn the requirements and protections of the California Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act. Gain best practices for assessing adverse childhood experiences.
Navigating Ethics in the Digital Age for Behavioral Health Professionals
August 18th | 11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar
Is your lack of participation on social media unethical? How do you manage boundary issues related to online communications with your clients? Is it ethical to do online research about your clients without their knowledge? Behavioral health professionals today face a wide array of challenging ethical issues associated with their use of technology. In this webinar, participants will learn strategies to manage these many ethical issues in order to protect your clients and yourself from lawsuits and ethics complaints.
Earn 1 CE Credit from the BBS for each webinar.
Effective Treatment for Antisocial and Narcissistic Personality Disorders
July 13th | 11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar
Navigate through the mind of a narcissist and antisocial clients and acquire skills in how to manage during therapy sessions. In this webinar, participants will learn the knowledge, skills, and abilities to accurately assess and treat the most difficult personality disordered clients. Learn how to assist clients with their unstable and unpredictable emotions, self-harm tendencies and suicide attempts, and manipulative inclinations.
Suicide Prevention: A Guide to Assessment and Interventions
September 15th | 11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar
As a behavioral health professional it’s important to understand the current suicide research to improve detection and your ability to screen high-risk clients/patients. In this webinar, participants will gain evidence-based screening tools and interventions to assist professionals in providing more comprehensive care to individuals at risk of suicide. Learn best practices for the development of safety plans and documentation.
5 ABA Strategies to Super-Charge Your Instruction Sessions
October 12th | 4:00PM - 5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
Did you know that many modern teaching strategies were originally rooted in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)? In this webinar, participants will learn the five ABA instructional strategies that are considered to be the most effective for specialists, technicians, and teachers. Whether you are using ABA in the classroom, in the home, or in a therapeutic setting, understanding these ABA methods will enhance your instructional skills and improve learning outcomes for students and clients.
Autism Added Authorization/Certificate- Information Session
May 19th | 4:00PM - 4:30PM Pacific | Webinar
We invite you to learn more about Brandman’s CTC approved Autism Spectrum Disorders Added Authorization/Certificate program. This program authorizes the holder to conduct assessments, provide instruction and special education related services to individuals with a primary disability of autism.
Clear Administrative Credential- Information Session
June 3rd | 4:00PM - 4:30PM Pacific | Webinar
To support the professional learning and leadership development of the beginning educational administrator, our program provides you the options of choosing your own coach or be paired with a well-trained and experienced induction coach. The induction coach supports the school administrator through individualized, on-going, job-embedded coaching that is directed by the identified needs and goals of the school administrator.
Instructional Technology: Teaching the 21st Century Learner Graduate Certificate- Information Session
June 10th | 4:00PM - 5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
This certificate is a four-course, 12 academic credits, fully online, engagement and application-oriented program where students employ real-world tools through the lens of 21st Century learning theories to actively learn and demonstrate a masterful understanding of the iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching.
Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate- Information Session
June 1st | 4:00PM - 5:00PM Pacific | Webinar
The Online Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is designed for teachers, healthcare professionals, and others who strive to help people achieve personal goals, reduce suffering, and improve quality of life. This program has been developed to meet the educational requirements to become a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA).
CTEL Authorization/CLAD Certification- Information Session
June 8th | 4:00PM - 4:30PM Pacific | Webinar
The CTEL Authorization / CLAD Certification is a four-course, fully online program addressing the belief that teaching English learners requires an understanding of first and second language acquisition theories in order to provide a successful education environment. This certificate is CTC-approved and upon completion, authorizes you to provide instruction to English learners (EL) in a California classroom.