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Become a Certified Higher Education Professional (CHEP) in Teaching

Complete 12 training courses from the list below to become a Certified Higher Education Professional (CHEP) in Teaching. The CHEP certification is awarded by the National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools. CHEPs can meet their annual continuing education requirements by completing 2 courses from any training area.

ED101 - Effective Teaching StrategiesED102 - Student Retention MethodsED103 - Student Learning and AssessmentED104 - Class Management StrategiesED105 - Instructional Planning for Student SuccessED106 - Enhancing Student LearningED107 - Creating an Accelerated Learning EnvironmentED108 - Learning Theory and PracticeED109 - Preparing and Creating Lesson PlansED110 - Time and Stress Management for InstructorsED111 - Active Learning MethodsED112 - Influencing Student MotivationED113 - Managing the Adult ClassroomED114 - Questioning in the ClassroomED115 - Soft Skills for InstructorsED116 - Critical Thinking Processes and ApplicationsED117 - Teaching Gen Y StudentsED119 - Using Technology to Engage and EducateED120 - Nonverbal Communication in the ClassroomED121 - Creating Service Learning Opportunities for Students ED123 - Adaptive Learning in Higher EducationED124 - Flipping Your ClassroomED125 - Effective and Efficient Instructional Strategies ED126 - Integrating Technology into EducationED127 - Tablets as Teaching ToolsED201 - Students with Disabilities in the ClassroomED202 - Teaching English Language LearnersED204 - Tomorrow's Learning Environment TodayED205 - Enhancing Students' Professional SkillsED206 - Teaching in the Lab and Shop EnvironmentED207 - Outside the Classroom: Experiential LearningED208 - Adult Learning TheoriesED209 - Students as CustomersED310 - Teaching Medical Terminology in Fun and Exciting WaysED311 - Creative Teaching Tools in Clinical and Didactic CoursesED312 - Teaching to the Learning Styles of Allied Health StudentsED322 - Introduction to Culinary InstructionED330 - Effective Assessments for Bodywork Instructors
CM102 - Raising the Bar - Compliant Communications with StudentsCM140 - Title IX and VAWA Training: Building Safer CampusesCM141 - FERPA and Privacy: A Practical ApproachCM251 - Students with Disabilities: Legal Obligations and Opportunities

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Instructional Planning & Design

Instructional Delivery & Assessment

Instructional Theories & Applications

Enhancing Student Retention

Managing the Class & Students

Modeling & Teaching Professionalism

Supporting Diverse Students

Teaching with Technology

Teaching with Practical Applications

Subject Specific Teaching Strategies