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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

The Secret to Success: Building Strong Relationships

August 11th | 11AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

Personal relationships are at the heart of every interaction. Connecting with others and building strong relationships can have a dramatic impact on your level of influence at work as well as your overall well-being. The art of connecting is the process of being open and available to others, while at the same time, allowing them to be open and available to you. Strong connections can increase effectiveness, engagement, retention, and lead to organizational success. This webinar is not eligible for recertification credit.

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5 Key Skills You Need to Transition from Peer to Manager

September 15th | 11AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

Transitioning from a peer to a manager role within the same organization can be an exciting opportunity, but also presents multiple challenges and a steep learning curve. In this webinar, participants will learn 5 key skills to master this transition and gain strategies to build productive relationships within their team. A successful transition can increase employee collaboration, solidify team culture, and contribute to the success of the organization. Approved for 1 SHRM or HRCI recertification credit upon attending the live webinar.


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Addressing Privilege at Work

August 25th | 11AM-12 PM Pacific | Webinar

Understanding the concept and impact of privilege sets a team up to successfully challenge implicit and explicit inequities in their workplace culture and systems. In this webinar, participants will explore privilege as it relates to both group and organizational identity and walk away with strategies to engage in compassionate dialogue in order to create and sustain inclusive and empowered organizations. Approved for 1 SHRM or HRCI recertification credit upon attending the live webinar.















Using Culturally Relevant Pedagogy to Promote Student Achievement

August 20th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

Currently, there are many achievement disparities that exist in schools. In this webinar, participants will learn how to build their capacity to work effectively with students of color. Using culturally relevant pedagogy as a lens, you will reflect on your practice, analyze the systemic issues that perpetuate the disparities, and practice having an honest and compassionate dialogue that positively impacts students.

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Synchronous Teaching 101

October 6th | 4:00PM-5:00PM Pacific | Webinar

Synchronous learning promotes a greater sense of community and connection for teachers and students. In this webinar, we will discuss the potential impact of synchronous teaching on learning outcomes, the challenges and barriers to effective learning, and how to use synchronous learning to increase collaboration, engagement, and interactivity in your online classroom.

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Integrating STEAM Across Your Curriculum

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

Incorporating STEAM curriculum encourages students to take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. In this webinar, participants will gain strategies to integrate the arts into STEM curriculum. Learn how to identify elements of a high-quality STEAM experience and create lessons that connect to academic standards.

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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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Strategies for Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention

August 13th |  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

The suicide rate in the United States is continuing to increase year-over-year. As providers, it is essential to understand how to properly assess suicide risk and associated factors in order to engage in direct conversations with clients. In this webinar, participants will gain strategies for intervention, suicide management, and prevention.

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Effective Communication Skills for Behavioral Health Professionals

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

The fast-paced nature of our world brings with it increasing challenges to effective communication. Communicating is an essential skill for various aspects of our lives personally and professionally. In this webinar, participants will learn best practices to improve communication and acquire skills to strengthen interpersonal skills.

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The Providers Guide to Intimate Partner Violence

October 15th |  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Intimate Partner Violence is an epidemic that affects not only the survivor, their families but also the community as a whole. As providers, it’s important to understand how to assess properly, educate survivors and others, and provide trauma-informed practices that help build connections and promote resilience. Survivors need spaces where they can be honest without judgment, where they can be empowered with choices and given the space to determine what is best for them.

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Earn 1 CE Credit for each webinar. Learn more

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Addressing Racism as a Provider

August 27th |  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Ending systemic racism begins with us, all of us. Before behavioral healthcare professionals can address systemic racism within their practice, they need to understand how they relate to it. In this webinar, participants will address power and privilege within the context of their practice and personal lives. Participants will examine how they contribute and benefit from a system that is hierarchical.

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The Effects of Racism on Mental Health

September 24th |  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Systemic barriers disproportionately impact the mental health of minorities. In this webinar, participants will understand how systematic racism and oppression can impact mental health on a micro, mezzo, and macro level. Acquire coping resources to support your client’s ability to deal with the stress, anxiety, and overall emotional toll of racism.

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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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AI in Transportation and Logistics: The Innovative Game Changer

August 6th |  11AM-12PM Pacific | Webinar

Self-driving cars, trucks, buses, drones, and flying cars. What is the big picture? There is unlimited potential for autonomous vehicle technology and the impact it will have on our society. In this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of how businesses are using AI to accelerate innovation in the transportation and logistics industries.

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Live Online Workshop:
Machine Learning: How to Predict Customer Loan Default Probability

October 1st |  4PM-5PM Pacific | Webinar

In this live online workshop, you will learn the basics of machine learning. Participants will learn how to apply machine learning to predict customer loan default probability through an instructor-led live demo. Learn how to predict customer chance of loan default with demographic, education and customer loan history data using the classification model.

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Live Online Workshop:
Intro to Machine Learning: Predicting Company Sales

September 1st | 4PM-5PM Pacific | Webinar

In this live online workshop, you will learn the basics of machine learning through a hands-on example. The instructor will conduct a live demo and lead participants through how to predict your sales forecast using actual data. Walk away with an understanding of how to apply machine learning to a real-world business problem.

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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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How ABA Uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

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

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a new generation of behavioral therapy that is a form of Clinical Applied Behavior Analysis. This therapy is used for treating anxiety, trauma, grief, addiction, and emotional challenges for individuals of all ages. In this webinar, participants will gain a better understanding of the six core processes of ACT and its role in behavioral therapy.

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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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