Professional Development

Tri-County ESC offers professional development in a broad range of disciplines and specializations through face-to-face, online, and blended events and options. The ESC also partners with a number of outside professional development partners to offer an even greater number of professional learning options.


Tri-County ESC Catalog 2023-2024

Click on image below for active 2023-2024 Professional Development Schedule.



ESC Professional Development Registration

     Ashland University Graduate Credit
   (2023-2024 credit information)

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For more information contact Kris (330) 345-6771 ext. 232.

Professional Development Opportunities

Think Like a Grant Reader !!

Learn valuable insights to write a winning grant from an experienced grant writer and reviewer.  Debbie McNaull - Presenter, Marty Kral - Facilitator

Date: May 22, 2021 9:00a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Location:  Ashland High School Media Center
                 1440 King Rd.
                 Ashland, OH  44805

Certified Public Records Retention and Sunshine Law Training -
WORKSHOP IS FULL (No registration at the Auditor's Office available)

Tri-County ESC will offer a local opportunity for public officials to obtain the Certified Public Records Training on October 20, 2020 at 700 Winkler Dr., Wooster.  Register before August 1, 2020, see below flyer for more details.

Certified Public Records Training Flyer


Online Professional Development Partners

Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC)

Safety Training

Required annual safety training for school personnel

Ohio now requires annual safety training for all school employees under the Public School Employer's Risk Reduction Program (the public services counterpart to OSHA standards).  A little attention given to accident prevention can save a lot of dollars in BWC rates, lost time and productivity.
TCESC makes an On-line Training Program, which includes the following topics available to interested public employers at a nominal fee:

  • PERRP Goals and Objectives
  • Safety Planning and Procedures
  • School Environment Accidents
  • Accident Reporting and Analysis (including "close calls")
  • Employees Responsibilities
  • Emergency Evacuation
  • Safety in the Workplace (including Safety Data Sheets and GHS)
  • Tips for a healthier Existence
  • Blood Bourne Pathogens
  • The National Terrorism Advisory System
  • Fire Extinguisher Instruction

Contact Debbie Stoler at or 330-345-6771, ext. 270.