Online Teacher Certification Training

Online Teacher Certification Training

May 7-9, 2020

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Join us online for a unique teacher training experience, May 7-9, 2020!

We are excited to announce our first ever, fully online Koru Teacher Certification workshop.

This will be an amazing opportunity for mindfulness practitioners from around the world, to come together and train to be certified Koru Teachers.

We have created an online program that prioritizes the high value we place on creating community and connection, and will fully prepare you to begin teaching Koru as soon as the training is complete. This training will provide the same high-level of training folks have come to expect from our in-person trainings.

We are crafting a schedule that will allow folks from a wide range of time zones to join.

We know that when schools and universities resume in the fall after the shared, cultural trauma the coronavirus has caused, there will be a huge need for programming to help young adults regain their balance.

We want you to be ready to meet this need by teaching Koru Mindfulness to the young adults you serve. We look forward to meeting you online!

Platforms

Our online training will combine recorded videos, webinars, and small group conferencing to provide you a robust experience that matches our in-person workshop.

We will be using the online video conferencing platform, Zoom along with Canvas, an online learning platform. Details of our curriculum and how to access these platforms will be provided to all registrants closer to the workshop dates.

Download the Application

Schedule*

The schedule will be crafted to work with a broad range of time zones.

May 7
All Day

May 8
All Day

May 9
All Day

*This is a tentative schedule. The official schedule will be e-mailed to registrants closer to date.

“The workshop was deeply instructive, powerful and insightful. It was all that I expected and more.”

Roxanne StoehrRoxanne Stoehr, Southeastern Louisiana University