Welcome to your new training center!

We launched our first week-long online course back in 2016. It was our first time using a formal Learning Management System, and as you can imagine, we’ve learned a few things along the way. One of the biggest lessons was how much of an impact the platform can have on a community member’s experience. As our programs have continued to evolve, so have our expectations of the platforms we use. That is why we are excited to announce the launch of our brand new Online Training Center on October 1. The new system offers a seamless user experience across NTEN’s digital spaces, increased interactive content capabilities, and consolidates all your data into a single user account with no third-party platforms.

Legacy Courses and Transition Grace Period

As we transition into the new system, we will not be carrying forward course content delivered in the legacy system. However, through October, you can access the legacy Online Training Center to complete any old courses and download any resources you wish to keep.

On November 1, 2020, we’ll close down the old Online Training Center. The status of those courses will be locked, and community members will no longer access that content.

Learning Dashboard

The Learning Dashboard remains your go-to place to track your overall progress toward your professional certificates. Full credit for completed courses in either and your comprehensive course history will continue to be reflected in your Learning Dashboard. It also continues to be the hub you can use to jump directly into any active courses, FAQs, and more

Ash Shepherd
Chief Program Officer
Ash has been in love with the nonprofit sector for nearly two decades, where he has worked in the areas of conservation, environmental education, social work, youth program development, and technology consulting. He has been an active member of the NTEN Community, serving as a co-organizer of Portland’s 501 Tech Club, and completing a three-year term on the NTEN: Change Journal's Editorial Committee. Ash earned a B.S. from the University of Montana in Resource Management and a Masters in Environment and Development from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa.