What is Jensen Learning Certification?

Certification is the establishment of a level of competence and an endorsement by the authorizing agency. Firemen, cosmetic surgeons, police academies, dentistry schools, business schools, government agencies and private industry all offer certifications.

In brain-based education, the Jensen Learning Certification has been the "Gold Standard" of quality for many years. It was among the toughest and most interdisciplinary program available. It was a rigorous, full-service training that helped many get very, very good at this emerging discipline.

JENSEN LEARNING IS NO LONGER DOING ANY CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS.

If your goal is to get VERY good at what you do (or what Eric Jensen does), here is what to do.
Take the following programs and you’ll get VERY good:

Teaching with Poverty in Mind (offered 3X per year)
AND

Teaching with the Brain in Mind (2015 or 2016)
AND
Perfect Presenting (only time offered this year, 2015)
AND
Total Trainer (offered July 11-16, 2016)

Register at:  http://www.jensenlearning.com/workshops.php

Who is Currently Certified?

The trainers listed below have successfully completed the rigorous and extensive process of Certification with Jensen Learning, as well as maintained their certification through continuous training. Each is a Certified Trainer, working independently of Jensen Learning. Many (not all) are available for work referrals. Please contact Diane Jensen diane@jensenlearning.com for more information.

Ange Aguirre — Texas
Iliana Aljure — Columbia
John Almarode —Virginia
Alicia Alvarez-Calderon — Texas
Gary Anaka — British Columbia, Canada
Lisa Baker — Florida
Patricia Bentolila — Panama
Jean Blaydes-Madigan — Texas
Becky Brodin — Minnesota
Elizabeth Cain — Massachusetts
Craig Carson — Missouri
Ricky Wai Leung Chan — Hong Kong
Anson Chen Kwan Yee — Hong Kong
Katie Claus — Nebraska
Kim Cooke — North Carolina
Rick Doughty —Oregon
Maurina Esprit-Maduro —The Antilles
Bobbie Felip — Missouri
Phyllis Gray — Iowa
Ann Greiner — Georgia
Cynthia Greiner — Georgia
Bryan Harris — Arizona
Melanie Hoffner — Iowa
Ernest Izard — Texas
Lye Yen Kai — Singapore
Judith Kieffer — Ohio
Cheri Kinney — Arizona
June Koster — North Carolina
Lezley Lewis — Texas
Kim McClellan — North Carolina
Charlene Myklebust — Minnesota
Jacqueline Neal-White — Georgia
Judy Newman — South Carolina
LeAnn Nickelsen — Connecticut
Kimberly O’Brien — New York
Danijela Odri — Victoria, Australia
Robert Piotrowski — Wisconsin
Glenn Purpura — Illinios
Carrie Schreiber — Texas
Cid Schumpert — Texas
Jean Seville-Suffield — Quebec, Canada
Bob Sherman — North Carolina
Erik Smith — Nevada
Ragan Spain — North Carolina
Joanne Spence — Pennsylvania
Yuki Kanai Strube — England, UK
Donna Thomas — North Carolina
Sue Tomaszewski — New York
Margo Turner — Arkansas
Lorraine Whitehead — Virginia
Debbie Wilson — North Carolina
Karan Young — Tennessee

 

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