I'm looking to learn more about Canvas in order to share with the rest of my school's faculty.
Hi Emilee Droegmiller , and Welcome to the Canvas Community!
I will go out on a limb, and say "No", but only because I have not heard of any form of a formal certification. That being said, there are examples of informal certification, and our State system of community and technical colleges uses such (as do other systems), so that faculty can move from school to school, without having to repeat approved training.
I learned from your email address that you are part of the River Bend School District in Illinois. You might want to check and see what other schools in your district are doing, and perhaps expand that to other districts in your state and your state's CTC system. If a district or your CTC system has a required training they put folks through before letting them use Canvas, or even encourages them to complete, those will likely include at least a certificate of completion. Then, of course, the challenge is to get them to include you in those extra curricular activities.
That being said, nothing is truly better than a self-indulgent engagement in learning how to do something, then selling folks on doing it too. You don't need a certificate to sell other teachers and your district on Canvas or on how to use Canvas well - you just need to know it well enough to be an informed enthusiastic car salesman! There are many resources available in this Community for that, and some of those resources are human in nature, and some of those humans may also have the inside scoop on training provided by others. For example, even though technically barely human, I will list some great resources in this Community (and a couple others) below; and then, perhaps others will chime in with more. I actually know several prominent Community members from the great state of Illinois who might drop by with offerings.
I hope this is helpful,
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