Career and Technical Education (CTE) Certificate
Plan 2/Business and Industry Route teacher certification is a short program for teacher candidates who possess 6,000 paid industry work experience in a specific area. The certificate allows teacher candidates to teach only in that specific area.
The Plan 2 requirements are as follows:
- document three years (6,000 hours) of paid occupational experience in the specific CTE subcategory/specialty area for which certification is sought;
- one year (2,000 hours) must be within the past six years;
- if any of the 2,000 hours are more than six years old, 300 hours of the experience must be within the past two years;
- complete EWUs approved Plan 2/Business and Industry Route program.
When you complete the Plan 2 program, you will have a Washington State residency certificate to teach in grades 7–12 ONLY in your specialty area of certification. You will also be certified to teach work-site learning and career choices. Visit the OSPI website for further details.
Classes are offered only as online courses.
Some courses are offered as clock hours for students who possess a Washington State Teaching certificate; however, clock hours cannot be transferred to credit at any time.
|CTED 300||INTRODUCTION TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION||4|
|CTED 301||PHILOSOPHY OF CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION||4|
|CTED 309||CTE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT||4|
|CTED 341||CTE SECONDARY STRATEGIES||4|
|CTED 474||ADMINISTRATION OF WORK-SITE EDUCATION||4|
|CTED 485||MANAGEMENT OF CTE PRACTICUM||1|
|CTED 492||CTE PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO||1|