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Professionalism - National Board Certification - KEA National Board Seminars


National Board Information and registration for KEA seminars can be accessed by choosing  from the links below:

A minimum of ten (10) participants must register before a session is held. Registration closes one (1) week prior to the the registration date. If you choose a date and registration is closed you will not be able to attend that session.

Jump Start - Generally trainings are offered for 2.5 days.*  Two and a half (2.5) day training covering foundations and all four components of NBCT. Registration fee $200 for members and $500 for non-KEA. The training offered on Feb 23 is a one (1) day training and costs $75 for members and $200 for non-KEA members.  This training is an opportunity to engage in a deeper understanding of one component to be chosen at registration.

Home Stretch Training - Peer Entry Review - Each session is three (3) hours.  Registration is $40 for KEA Members and $100 for non-KEA members.  Candidates will bring a draft copy of their work in one (1) component area.  Candidates will work with like-certificate candidates (when possible) to provide and receive feedback on their work.

Renewal Training - Each session is six (6) hours. Registration Fee $75 for KEA members and $125 for non-KEA members

Professional Learning Facilitator Certification - Each session is six (6) hours. Registration Fee $25 for KEA & NBCT Network members and $50 for non-KEA or NBCT network members.  You will be brought up to date on all the changes to the NBCT Process and gain the ethical and bias training needed in order to provide constructive support and feedback to NBCT candidates.  Upon conclusion of this training you will be granted a certificate that certifies you to be a Professional Learning Facilitator and provide support to NBCT candidates. Note:  This is only offered to current NBCT’s that want to assist candidates in the NBCT process. 


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