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Professional Development and Transition Resources (PDTR)

Statement of Purpose

The Professional Development and Transition Resources (PDTR) unit provides ongoing training and personnel development for program administrators, staff, and faculty. It also provides strategies and technical assistance related to transition services (e.g. career pathways, integrated education). The links on this page will provide access to resources relating to curriculum content, course standards, and classroom management that have been shared during events either sponsored or implemented by PDTR.

Local Professional Development Documentation Forms

The following forms are to be used in conjunction with professional development sessions.

Professional Development Calendar

    Program faculty and staff are to check with their program leaders to verify attendance requirements and registration details. If accommodations are needed or if a registrant has dietary restrictions and food/beverages are provided at an event, please let us know when registration paperwork is submitted.

    FY2019 Professional Development and Training Events Calendar

Event Registration Forms

Program Administrator and Transition Specialists Resources

Adult Educator Conference and Workshop Material

Use the links below to access workshops, conferences, webinars, and other support resources from prior events.

Three Part Standards-Based Education Professional Development Workshops Series








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