Achievement Team Certification in California!

Achievement Team Certification in California!

FEBRUARY 24-26 , 2020 

Here is your opportunity to learn how to ramp up your current PLCs or Data Teams at an amazingly affordable price point. This is a three-day, action-oriented training opportunity that will permit your team to completely re-tool your collaborative instructional protocol, and leave with a new found enthusiasm for teaching, learning, and leadership. Our training location, on California's Central Coast, offers a spectacular venue for an interactive learning experience.


This three-day seminar will help participants determine actions to empower teaching and leadership teams through disciplined collaboration. 

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the Achievement Team framework thoroughly. 
  • Learn how to de-emphasize individual practice and promote collective ability, while creating professional teams of educators who continuously reflect on and improve their practice.
  • Review the process so you can deliver all seminar components with confidence and integrity to your stakeholders.

February 24-26, 2020                                                                                        
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Accommodations/Training Location

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Paso Robles / Atascadero is located
at 900 El Camino Real, Atascadero, CA
93422 - Phone: (805) 462-3500

*We have a group of rooms held for $119.00 a night. Rooms must be booked by February 1st to get the group rate. You may call the hotel or book your group rate online for Advanced Collaborative Solutions Group at: 

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Site Administrators, Curriculum Coaches, Educators & District Administrators


$900.00 per participant


Manuals, materials & lunch each day

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Not your Old PLC!

Achievement Teams is an experiential, collaborative four-step protocol that focuses on collective teacher efficacy. All of the components of an Achievement Team are intentionally aligned to those teacher and leadership profiles that have the greatest impact on student achievement. 

The process provides a framework for teachers and leaders to identify areas of student need and collectively determine the most effective instructional approach in response to identified student strengths and gaps. Additionally, participants are reminded that collaboration has much more impact when we focus on and evaluate the effects of our teaching. When schools and school systems break down the silos of individual practice, we can create truly professional teams of educators who continuously reflect on and improve their practice. 

Achievement Teams identify specific, measurable performance goals and select strategies for improving performance. We believe that collaboration and collective teacher efficacy is the most practical and feasible approach an organization can take to ensure continuous improvement.

Remember, without meaningful collaboration, we become limited to our own perspectives.