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Alaska Department of Education & Early Development


Web-based, interactive training courses for educators.










Please email eLearning@alaska.gov if you need assistance with your login information. 



 Earn 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) through eLearning!

One CEU is now available for eLearners who hold a current five or ten-year Alaska teaching, administrative or special services certificate.  Certificated eLearners will earn 1 CEU for 15 hours of eligible coursework completed. Please visit our eLearning CEU webpage for more information and instructions on the process.



eLearning Classroom

DEED has a new eLearning portal with courses designed just for students, called the eLearning Classroom! The courses are not to be accessed by students, but delivered to students using accompanying instructions for teachers. The library is limited at this time but more courses will be released in the future. 


The first series, created in collaboration with DEED and the Mat-Su Borough School District, is called Navigating Transitions: Promoting Wellness to Prevent Suicide. This series is aimed at fifth through twelfth graders, to help them learn how to successfully navigate challenging life transitions. The lessons align with the Alaska State Suicide Prevention plan.


To access the new courses for students, click the following link:  https://akclassroom.inquisiqlms.com/.    You will need to create a new login to access the eLearning Classroom.  For assistance with the new system, please contact eLearning@alaska.gov or 465-2304.



Mandatory Trainings Required for a Teaching Certificate

In order to qualify for a certificate on June 30, 2017 or after, you must complete the following trainings within the 5 year span of your certificate.


1. Sexual Abuse Awareness and Prevention (eLearning course: Child Abuse and Neglect- Mandated Reporting)

        *The new required content was added in 2016.  Certificate of completion date must be after 8/24/2016 to satisfy new training requirement.


2. Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention (eLearning course: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training for Educators)

        *The new required content was added in 2016. Certificate of completion date must be after 10/27/2016 to satisfy new training requirement.


3. Alcohol or Drug Related Disabilities (eLearning course: Prenatal Alcohol and Drug Related Disabilities)


4. Suicide Awareness and Prevention (4 courses; Any 1 of 4 will satisfy requirement)



Alaska Safe Children's Act


Effective June 30th 2017, certificated staff must receive training on sexual assault and sexual abuse awareness and dating violence awareness and prevention. The following two courses have been updated to include the teacher training content required under the Alaska Safe Children's Act.


1. Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Training for Mandated Reporters

* Includes Erin's Law: Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse Awareness & Prevention Training

*The new required content was added in 2016. Certificate of completion date must be after 8/24/2016.


2. Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training for Educators

* Includes Bree's Law: Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Training

*The new required content was added in 2016. Certificate of completion date must be after 10/27/2016.


New/Updated Courses:   


Health & Safety Related Courses:


1. NEW: Trauma-Engaged Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (released June 2020) 


2. NEW: Self-Care for Educators (released April 2020)


3. NEW: Trauma-Engaged Educators Guide includes four courses:  Classroom Practices, Emotional Intelligence, Mind-Body Connections, and Self-Regulation. (August 2019)


4. NEW: Childhood Traumatic Grief, Family Partnerships (January 2020)


5. Recently updated: Mandated Reporters of Child Abuse & Neglect, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training for Educators, Prenatal Alcohol and Drug Related Disabilities, and all suicide prevention courses. (June 2019)


Assessment Courses:

1.  NEW: Spring 2020 Test Administration Training for Building Test Coordinators (released February 2020)


2. NEW: Spring 2020 Test Administration Training for Test Administrators (released February 2020)


Child Nutrition Courses:

1.  New: Preparing for an Administrative Review for School Nutrition Programs (released February 2020), USDA Civil Rights Requirements for the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)(realeased May 2019), Local School Wellness Policies (released June 2019)


2. Updated: Summer Food Service Program's Meal Pattern Basics (March 2019), Wellness Guidelines: Weight Matters, Nutrition in the Classroom, Physical Activity in the Classroom, Serving Healthy Food, Serving Local and Traditional Foods (released July 2018)



Required School District Staff Trainings- Click HERE for an at-a-glance list of professional development requirements for school district personnel.         (updated August 2018)


Mandatory Trainings required for teacher certification (effective 6/30/2017)



All courses available from work or home.


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eLearning support staff is available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, except on state recognized holidays.

Contact us at eLearning@alaska.gov or (907)  465-2304.  Email is preferred at this time as we continue to navigate the circumstances around COVID-19. 


If it has been at least two years since your last course completion, please contact eLearning support to reactivate your account.


eLearning courses are now compatible with mobile devices! You may enroll and view courses from your mobile phone or tablet.
The Learning Management System supports the following browsers:
  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox may require you to click the "Activate Adobe Flash" link for all Flash content to be viewed. You may need to update to the latest version of Firefox and Flash Player plug-in.
  • Safari 10 (OS X/macOS)
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 10-11

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