How do I register and pay for trainer recertification?
Trainer recertification includes your observer and trainer recertifications. You may purchase Trainer Recertification testing at any time, for one or more people, by visiting the Teachstone store and purchasing recertification product keys.
Recertification product keys may only be activated by users who are eligible to take the test. Additionally, a link to renew your trainer certification will appear on your myTeachstone Certification page 8 weeks prior to the expiration of your current certification. You will also receive an email reminder when it is time to recertify.
Need more help? We created this guide to walk you through how to purchase a single Recertification Test.
How long does my Affiliate CLASS Trainer certification last?
Affiliate CLASS Trainer certification is valid for one year from the date you complete the Train-the-Trainer program. Annual trainer recertification is required to maintain Certified Affiliate CLASS Trainer status. Once you complete the recertification test, your trainer certification renews for one year from the expiration date of your current certification.
How do I find out my trainer certification status?
Check your trainer certification status by logging in to your myTeachstone account and clicking on the Certifications tile on your dashboard.
What is the format of the trainer recertification test?
To recertify, trainers must complete the Observer Recertification by passing the CLASS Reliability Test. Trainers certified in Pre-K and K-3 age levels must also, successfully complete a multiple choice knowledge test. Passing the Trainer Knowledge Test signifies the ability to help trainees correctly sort behaviors into CLASS dimensions.
How do I prepare for the Trainer Knowledge Test?
The format of the Trainer Knowledge Test is very similar to that of the Emotional Support and Classroom Organization domain sorting activities conducted in the CLASS Observation Training. It consists of a multiple choice test where trainers have to sort classroom scenarios according to the CLASS dimension to which they are most related. To prepare for this test, trainers should carefully review the detailed descriptions in the CLASS manual, paying particular attention to the nuances of the tool.