Sourcewell Educator Training

Making a difference with training that’s different.

Take advantage of our wide range of highly regarded support and training programs. Teachers earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for most events, and Sourcewell consultants specialize in follow-up coaching with customized school plans.

To get started, download of the current 2019-2020 Education Program Guide or browse educational events below!

NOTICE: EFFECTIVE MAY 2019 new registration, cancellation, payment, and photo policies. View Policies

Current Programs

Catalyst Live (formerly ENVoY Live)

Multiple Dates - See Catalyst Approach strategies live, demonstrated by certified teachers, and witness the impact on students and classroom behavior. Formerly ENVoY Live.
K-12 Educators

Cybersecurity for Educators

Custom Dates - Specialized workshop focused on helping educators understand what they need to know about privacy, security, and helping students navigate the online world responsibly.
K-12 Educators

Impact Education Conference

Dec. 14-17, 2019 - The Midwest's largest education conference focused on inspiring educators and administrators to embrace innovative ways to impact student achievement and operational excellence.
K-12 Educators

Leadercast Live 2020

May 7, 2020 - Livestream of national leadership event focused on discovering how to upset the status quo to incite positive change.
All Organizations

Leadership Academy

Multiple Dates - A series of intensive leadership development sessions focused on key mindsets and skills that school leaders can implement immediately.
School Administrators

MSBA Officers' Workshop

Feb. 22, 2020 - Focused workshop discussing board officers’ responsibilities and the fundamentals of laws affecting school boards.
School Administrators

R5 Summit

Oct. 21, 2020 - A day of professional development unique to local education, government, and nonprofit organizations.
Central MN Regional Members

Webinar: Differentiation Strategies

Jan. 29, 2020 - This webinar will discuss elements of differentiation and explore differentiation strategies such as questioning, grouping, and choice.
K-12 Educators