Professional Development

What are the fees for QM professional development?
Fees for courses and workshops are organized by topic and learning audience categories. You can also see if a course or workshop can be set up for dedicated and/or on-site delivery.

What are the steps to become a K-12 QM Certified Course Reviewer?
QM K-12 Course Reviewers must complete the K-12 APP and the K-12 Reviewer Course. They must also meet eligibility requirements and complete an application.

What are the steps to become a Higher Ed QM Peer Reviewer?
QM Higher Ed Peer Reviewers must have a current QM Membership, complete the APPQMR and the Peer Reviewer Course. They must also meet eligibility requirements and complete an application.

What are the policies and expectations for QM online certification courses?
QM has specific guidelines for participating, communicating and completing work in a certification course. Make sure you understand what is expected of you for being successful in these rigorous courses.

What are the policies and expectations for QM online workshops?
There are specific guidelines for communicating, completing work and participating in a QM workshop. Make sure you get off to a good start with your workshop.

What are QM Digital Credentials?
Digital Credentials issued by QM represent mastery of identified competencies. Unlike printed certificates, they can be displayed on sites like LinkedIn and shared on social media.

How do I generate a Certificate of Completion for a course or workshop that I have taken?
From MyQM, click on “My Activity” and select “Professional Development.” You will see a “Certificate” link next to any completed sessions listed under “Professional Development Taken.”

How can I get K-12 CEUs/Credit for a QM Course or Workshop?
QM cannot directly issue CEU credits as requirements vary by state and district. Upon request, QM can work with your district to help you get CEU credit.

What is the cancellation policy for QM online professional development?
Quality Matters reserves the right to refuse/cancel a registration or event due to low enrollment or other circumstances which would make the registration or event nonviable. Should circumstances arise that result in the postponement of a registration or event, registrants will have the option to either receive a full refund or transfer the registration to the same course at the new future date.
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