Trauma and Resilience Leadership in Educational Settings Certificate Program
As research shows just how dramatically traumatic events can impact a child’s cognitive abilities and their ability to succeed academically, trauma-informed schools, educators, and professionals are increasingly in demand. Concordia’s Trauma and Resilience Leadership in Educational Settings certificate supports those looking to enhance their understanding and use of trauma-informed approaches and resilience-building practices for students, schools, and themselves. Through our trauma-informed certificate program, you’ll learn mindfulness and conflict resolution practices that support educators and students alike with strategies for self-care and resilience. Practical application of teacher well-being strategies as well as restorative justice practices to promote peace and justice in schools will be explored.
Thinking about earning a Master of Education? Completion of the trauma and resilience certificate program will give you a considerable head start on earning an MEd in Curriculum & Instruction: Trauma and Resilience in Educational Settings, with a transfer of 12 credits taking you nearly half the way there! Please note that completing this online trauma and resilience certificate program does not lead to state certification or licensure. In some cases, coursework may apply toward the renewal of a teacher’s license.
Trauma and Resilience in Educational Settings Certificate Program Goals
The Trauma and Resilience Leadership in Educational Settings certificate is an 18-credit hour non-licensure/non-endorsement program
Please note that completing this certificate program does not lead to state certification or licensure. This certificate is not designed or intended to lead in any way toward a teaching license, endorsement, or administrative credential.