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Professional Development for Educators 

Earn graduate-level professional development credit that you can apply for recertification or salary advancement.

Certificates, Authorizations, and Credentials 

Earn academic credits that you can apply toward degree completion.


Bring Teacher Training Programs to Your School or District  

Maximize your budget by building a plan that aligns with your school or district's strategic objectives.

Online Dual Credit for High School Students

Prepare your students for college success and increase your school’s enrollment and retention.



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School District Professional Development & Induction Programs

We partner with Induction programs throughout California to provide graduate-level professional development credit.

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Professional Development Partners 

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.
Chukwuka B. | Assistant Principal, Childhelp Inc.
Juan L.
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.
Juan L. | RBT, Public Health-Education Assistant,
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.
Wendy B. | Teacher, El Camino Creek
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.
Emma P. | Teacher, Christ Cathedral Academy

Cultural Humility for Leaders

October 28th | 11 AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

In the increasingly diverse work environment, practicing cultural humility is a foundational skill every leader must-have. In this webinar, participants will examine the concept of cultural humility and gain specific strategies to practice it in the workplace. We will provide specific examples that illustrate cultural humility and understand how it fosters a more inclusive environment. Approved for 1 SHRM and HRCI re-certification credit upon attending the live webinar.

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How to Strengthen Your Communication Skills 

November 17th | 11 AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

Communicating is an essential skill in our personal and professional lives. Effective communication in the workplace is one of the signs of a high-performance culture. In this webinar, participants will gain strategies to improve communication skills to reduce misunderstandings and build stronger relationships with coworkers. Approved for 1 SHRM and HRCI re-certification credit upon attending the live webinar.

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Addressing Microaggressions in the Workplace

November 5th | 11 AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

Microaggressive behaviors, whether intentional or unintentional, have an effect on people which is often overlooked and underestimated. Microaggressions are subtle and often directed at marginalized groups through language and behaviors. In this webinar, participants will learn how to understand, identify, and address microaggressions in order to foster an inclusive organizational culture. Approved for 1 SHRM and HRCI re-certification credit upon attending the live webinar.


Resilient Leadership: How to Lead Your Organization Through Unprecedented Times

December 8th | 11 AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

Leaders have faced dramatically shifting circumstances this year, which has led to an increased need to build resilient teams and organizations. In this webinar, participants will examine the decisions and strategies that allow leaders to make “apple juice out of lemons” and how to keep businesses moving forward in an uncertain time. Explore potential plans leaders should consider for the upcoming year. Pending SHRM and HRCI re-certification credit approval.

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Universal Design for Learning: An Inclusive Approach to Teaching

November 18th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an inclusive approach to lesson design that increases access for students with varied learning differences. In this webinar, we will explore how UDL decreases the barriers that exist in traditional lesson design by enabling flexibility in how students access and engage with the curriculum. Learn how to create a high-quality universally designed lesson.

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Using Technology to Integrate Students with Autism in the Classroom

January 13th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

Technology can level the playing field for students with exceptionalities in inclusive settings. Using technology effectively can not only facilitate effective inclusion but improve engagement, learning outcomes, and promote social interactions with peers. In this webinar, participants will learn about tools, strategies, and evidence-based practices that can be used in virtual and on-ground settings that can make teaching and learning more effective and enjoyable.

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Strategies to Promote Social-Emotional Learning Online and In-Person

February 16th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), often referred to as “soft skills,” is essential to 21st-century learners. In this webinar, participants will learn SEL interventions, tools, and strategies that can be used in-person and online. Gain a variety of tools to implement immediately, including explicit SEL lessons and activities to promote student learning and achievement.

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Overcoming Anxiety: Strategies to Help Students and Educators Cope

December 8th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

The global pandemic has disrupted routines, created uncertainty and increased anxiety for both students and adults. In this webinar, participants will learn the symptoms and effects of anxiety and how to identify someone who may be suffering. Educators will gain cutting edge research-based strategies to support students living with anxiety.

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Brain-Based Teaching Strategies for Today’s Classroom

January 26th | 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.

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Law and Ethics: Best Practices for Behavioral Health Professionals

November 11th  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Everyday therapists, social workers, psychologists, and other behavioral health professionals face ethical and legal challenges. In this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of the purpose and practice of ethical standards to decrease future risk and how to avoid the most common mistakes. Gain best practices for making decisions about ethical and legal matters.

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Best Teletherapy Practices for Children and Adolescents

January 19th  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, behavioral health professionals are forced to shift to online therapy without much guidance or strategy. In this webinar, participants will gain teletherapy best practices that minimize risk and learn the advantages of online therapy and alternatives to talk therapy for adolescents and children.

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HIV/AIDS: What You Need To Know As A Practitioner

December 10th |  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Understanding HIV and AIDS allows practitioners to work towards an integrated response to better serve clients. In this webinar, participants will increase their knowledge of HIV/AIDS and gain best practices on counseling clients and their partners, friends, and families. Learn how to communicate effectively to clients with HIV/AIDS and to those that are affected by HIV/AIDS.

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How AI is Changing Commercial Real Estate

November 4th | 11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Historically the commercial real estate industry has been resistant to adopt new technology. Now, commercial real estate companies must adapt technology to survive and thrive post-pandemic. In this webinar, participants will learn how business owners and landlords benefit from implementing technology.

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Live Online Workshop:
The Basics of Natural Language Processing

December 2nd | 4PM-5PM Pacific | Webinar

During the workshop, you’ll learn the basics of data science using Python programming through examples provided by the instructor.In this live online workshop, you will learn the basics of Natural Language Processing through real-life examples and exercises. Students will explore the Natural Language Toolkit to process and extract text data.

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Antecedent Interventions: Proactive Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior

May 12th | 4PM-5PM Pacific | Webinar

Creating a learning environment using antecedent strategies can help prevent undesired behaviors from occurring and increase desired behaviors. In this webinar, participants will examine the connection between environmental variables and behavior. Gain strategies to alter the environment with the goal of preventing problem behavior.

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Instructional Technology: Teaching the 21st Century Learner Graduate Certificate - Information Session

October 28th | 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 masterful understanding of the iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching. You'll have an opportunity to speak to a program representative.

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Autism Added Authorization/Certificate - Information Session

February 2nd | 4:00PM - 5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

We invite you to learn more about Brandman’s CTC approved Autism Spectrum Disorders Added Authorization/Certificate program. You will have the opportunity to ask questions about the program. This program authorizes the holder to conduct assessments, provide instruction and special education related services to individuals with a primary disability of autism.

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Clear Administrative Credential - Information Session

February 17th | 4:00PM - 4:30PM Pacific | Webinar

We invite you to learn more about Brandman’s CTC approved Administrative Services Credential Clear Induction Program (ASC-CIP). 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. Talk to a program representative to get all of your program questions answered.

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Applied Behavior Analysis Certificate - Information Session

November 3rd | 4:00PM - 5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

Brandman's 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). Speak to a program representative to get all of your program questions answered.

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CTEL Authorization/CLAD Certification - Information Session

February 4th | 4:00PM - 5:00PM 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.

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