Welcome to Idaho Training Clearinghouse

The Idaho Training Clearinghouse (ITC), funded by the Idaho State Department of Education-Special Education, is designed to link school professionals and parents with special education training opportunities and resources across the state.

Find the following on the ITC:


Search for regional trainings across multiple special education categories


Locate and register for regional trainings and online webinars


Get the information you need on numerous special education topics including frequently asked questions, online trainings, documents for download, and resources links


Search for upcoming and past webinars across various special education content areas

For Credit

Find professional development (inservice credit) offerings


Upcoming SESTA Trainings
Download flyer of upcoming SESTA trainings. Visit our 'Registration' page to see which trainings are open for registration.

Fall 2016 Courses

Registration for Fall courses opens on August 31, 2016. Visit our 'For Credit' to register.

Universal Design for Learning Symposium

This free all-day event will be held at 6 sites across the state. The purpose is to teach Idaho educators principles of UDL - a national movement customizing education for all learners. Educational credit is available. Download the UDL Symposium flyer to learn more


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Find support and technical assistance




Visit the IRIS Center
Find a wealth of resources at the IRIS Center including modules and case studies, services including tutorials, webinars, and seminars, research and more. The IRIS Center is dedicated to improving education outcomes for all children, especially those with disabilities birth through age twenty-one. 

Want to learn more about Intensive intervention for students with severe and persistent learning or behavioral needs?

Visit the National Center on Intensive Interventions website. http://www.intensiveintervention.org/