So you want to advance in your career but don’t know where to start? Look into training and certification opportunities in your field. A certification shows employers that you’ve gained job-specific skills and knowledge. The right certification can raise your pay by 50% or more! Find your field below and see the multiple certifications, training and license opportunities that can take your career to the next level.
Why get training in the education and/or nonprofit field? While you probably can’t find work as a teacher without a formal degree, there are ample opportunities in the education and nonprofit world! Getting additional training in this area can bolster your resume and show your expertise in certain areas.
Transforming Communities:This course takes a look at communities and organizations in transition, and how you can use the skills and knowledge you have to lead change. In this course, you will learn the basics of sustainability and resilience as well as the essentials of being a changemaker.
The Cycle:Management of Successful Arts and Cultural Organizations: This course explores how strong marketing can create a family of supporters. This course has helped people working in performing and presenting organizations, as well as museums, arts schools, and other nonprofit endeavors like service organizations, historical societies, public libraries, university programs, advocacy organizations, botanical gardens, and zoos.
Foundations of Teaching for Learning:Being a Teacher: This course is for anyone who is a teacher or would like to teach in any environment — whether at school, at home or in the workplace. With dynamic lessons taught by established and respected professionals, this eight course program will help you develop and strengthen your skills in teaching, professionalism, assessment, and more.
G Suite Administration Specialization:This training was created to help administrators master the basics of establishing and managing G Suite for their organization.
Teacher’s Aide Certificate Programs:While the requirements for becoming a teacher’s assistant are different from state to state, many assistant positions may only be required to have a high school diploma. This program is for anyone interested in providing instructional support to students by reinforcing the teacher’s lesson plans. If requested, the assistant teacher helps students learn through group sessions or on an individual basis in supplemental lessons.