Virtual School Meanderings

July 11, 2013

[DEOS-L] Distance Education Certified Trainer Program

From Monday’s inbox…

From: Dawn Senfeld <>


Registration for the Distance Education Certified Trainer Program is going on now. A limited number of late registrations will be accepted.

Sponsored by the University of West Georgia, this  online  course is specifically for those who train and prepare  faculty and others to teach online.  You will learn and share scalable solutions for preparing faculty to teach online, and innovative techniques for improving your own delivery of training. The program is 3 months long and the fee is $695. The  program will be delivered through D2L (Desire2Learn).

The focus differs from our general Distance Education Certificate Program  in  that it covers more instructional design, and also provides in-depth content regarding training development and dynamic techniques, and faculty resistance and concerns.

The program begins Monday, September 16, 2013. Graduation will be December, 2013. Please visit our website at or email for more information.


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