Professional Development Credit Courses

Take Your Credits To College -

The ADR Academy (ADRA) has partnered with Excelsior College to offer our students the opportunity to earn an undergraduate or graduate credits that leads to a degree. Easily transfer your credits earned from  ADRA and other institutions, including military training.

ADRA’s students, employees, students, and their families enjoy special tuition discounts at Excelsior, along with fee waivers, and other benefits.

College Credit Track - Courses

The primary purpose of the college Credit Track is to allow students to earn college credit and apply that credit towards a college degree or for career advancement points.

Continiung education UNIT (CEU)

The ADR Academy (ADRA) is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education And Training.

The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed one or more significant non-credit educational experiences.

Hot Topics in Family Law mediation: Adolescents and Divorce (1CME)

"Adolescents and Divorce" can help mediators better understand how the divorce process impacts children in this particular stage of life. If marriage represents an integration of individuals into a single pair - divorce involves a return to a separate identity for each of the parents. It also represents a major impact on the identity of the adolescent caught in the middle.

Secondary School Literacy Instruction

Secondary School Literacy Instruction offers secondary teachers an understanding of language and the literacy process as it applies to teaching in secondary schools. The course emphasizes reading and writing in content areas and instructional strategies to support students’ literacy development.

Creativity: Thinking Outside the Box

Creativity: Thinking Outside the Box, will provide you with informative tools and practical strategies that will help shape a creative workplace. Creativity plays a big role in building a positive work environment, one in which employees will feel confident in expressing their ideas. Be mindful that there is creativity in all of us. When this creativity emerges, powerful opportunities and advancements will happen

Child and Adolescent Development in Your Classroom, Chronological Approach

This course examines the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics and development of K-12 learners. Course content focuses on factors affecting the individual learner including culture, gender, and socioeconomic status. The course includes a discussion of learning and its implications for instruction in a variety of settings.

The Well-being of Young Children (.1 CEU)

Health is a state of physical, social, economic, emotional, cultural, and spiritual well-being. How might these qualities affect each other and collectively influence a person’s health?

Gaslighting – Manipulative Emotional Abuse (.1CEU)

Gaslighting: Gaslighting is a form of abuse that many people have heard about, but are not quite sure what it is. Learn about the history of this tactic, the toll it takes on its victims, and the profile of the gaslighter. This insidious manipulation is often termed "hidden abuse" as it works from within.

Spiritual Abuse (.1CEU)

Join Dr. SaraHoefler to learn about Kenneth Garrett's first-hand experiences with spiritual abuse along with input from leading mental health professionals.

Long Term Impact of Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (.1 CEU)

Long Term Impact of Children’s Exposure to Domestic Violence: Everyone knows that exposure to domestic violence isn't good for children. Here, you will learn about the findings of seminal and current sources to show the cognitive, social, emotional and biological impacts that exposure to IPV has on children.

Crisis Intervention Strategies

This course provides students a study of the philosophical and theoretical bases of the helping process as it relates to crisis situations. It includes a study of the major concepts and models utilized in intervening in crisis situations.

Continuing Mediation Education Hours (3 Ethics, 1 Diversity)

Scholars describe the stages of mediation conference as a 5, 6, 7, or 8 stage approach. No matter the number of stages of mediation the Mediators use various techniques to open, or improve, dialogue and empathy between disputants, aiming to help the parties reach an agreement. The National Mediation Board (NRB) lists 6 Stages depicted in 8 training videos in this course.

Contacts

866-384-4563
info@adraceu.com

Address

121 South Orange Avenue Suite 1500,
  Orlando, Florida, 32801

Address

8000 Towers Crescent Drive Suite 1350, Vienna, Virginia 22182

top
ADR Academy(ADRA) © All rights reserved.