Advanced Training for Environmental Education in Georgia (ATEEG) is a nationally accredited, professional certification program for formal and non-formal educators based on the Guidelines for Excellence from the North American Association for Environmental Education. The program is offered by EEA in partnership with the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Georgia, and is implemented by a Certification Advisory Board.
The ATEEG program is comprised of three parts that provide participants instructional content, professional development, and independent work. Participants have three years to complete the program.
1. Core Courses
Core courses are offered yearly and more than once in a given year, based on demand. Candidates must successfully complete each course and are encouraged to participate in all three workshops in the same year. You can get started with any of the core courses offered.
To provide some flexibility in your busy schedules, each course runs in a hybrid format. Participants complete online, asynchronous work first, then attend a 1-1.5 day in-person workshop with instructors at various locations across the state.
2. Specialization Workshops
Specialization workshops are any professional development opportunity offered in the state that advances the participant's content knowledge and skills. You may begin accruing the required 30 workshop hours after participating in your first core course.
3. Independent Study
Independent study is the culminating project that allows participants to apply their EE knowledge and skills to address an issue or area of concern of their choosing. A candidate submits the IS project proposal after completing all three (3) core courses.
Upcoming 2023 ATEEG Courses
New Hybrid Core Courses are being offered in 2023! Mark your calendars and register for workshops to hold your spot now. New for 2023...participants can take core courses in any order. Click on the course for details.
Fostering Learning: STARTING UP SOON!
March 24-25, 2023
Assessment and Evaluation:
May 6, 2023
UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Athens, GA
More workshop dates TBA for 2023
Contact the ATEEG program administrator if you have any questions or need more information.
Your ATEEG certification expires five years from the date on your certificate. Maintaining certification allows you to continue your personal growth and receive professional recognition for your mastery in the theory and practice of environmental education. Contact the ATEEG Program Administrator to discuss your interest and steps for ATEEG recertification.
Environmental Education Alliance, Inc.
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