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2 A non-traditional teacher education program Individuals from diverse educational, training and employment backgrounds may apply The Provisional Teacher Program is the school-based training and evaluation program all novice teachers must be enrolled in during the first year of teaching A “Provisional Teacher” is an individual who has been issued a Certificate of Eligibility, hired as a first year, novice teacher, and enrolled in a Provisional Teacher Program - The hiring district/school must enroll the candidate in the Provisional Teacher Program (PTP) 2

3 Components of the Provisional Teacher Program -At least 200 hours of instruction in a NJDOE approved alternate route program - Mentoring: 34 weeks of support by a school-based, experienced teacher, including four weeks of intensive mentoring at the beginning of the program - Supervision & Evaluation: 3 evaluations conducted by school based administrators, including a final evaluation recommending the novice teacher for standard certification Standard certification is the issuance of a permanent certificate to a person who has met all certification requirements 3

4 NJ Department of Education (NJDOE) 200 hour instructional program required of all first year CTE teachers Conducted in a hybrid format: online sessions and in-person instruction One of many requirements to obtain standard certification 4

5 Must have a Career & Technical Education Certificate of Eligibility (CE) Must be hired to teach in the subject area in which you hold your CTE CE Must be enrolled in the CTE Provisional Teacher Program by the employing school district 5

6 Two options: - Noncredit option: For certification only -Credit option: For individuals who do not already have a college degree, or who may want to pursue an additional degree, Brookdale Community College has developed a credit option to earn 15 Education credits toward a Technical Education Associates degree at Brookdale. This degree was developed specifically for CTE alternate route teachers and is an option available only to CTE Alternate Route teacher candidates. The course requirements and workload are identical for both options. Both equally fulfill the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) alternate route teacher education requirements for teacher certification Program cost: $1650 (noncredit option), plus textbooks $ (credit option), plus $25 application fee and textbooks 6

7 The CTE Certificate of Eligibility (CE) is the document issued by the NJDOE that certifies that you are knowledgeable in a specific content area, and have been approved by the DOE to teach that subject The CE is good indefinitely You may hold more than one CE if qualified Once your CE is issued, you may begin to apply for teaching jobs 7

8 You may apply for a CE using: - Employment experience - Self-employment experience - College degree - Combination of employment experience and education 8

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10 1. Request official college transcripts 2. Take an “Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-Service Program” 3. Take the appropriate Praxis 2 exam if required 4. Take the Physiology and Hygiene Test at the County Office of Education 5. Apply for Certificate of Eligibility (CE) through NJDOE - must apply and make payment online 6. Mail to the NJDOE Office of Licensure & Credentials - Notarized “Oath of Allegiance” downloaded from application website - College transcripts - “Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-Service Program” completion certificate 10

11 1. Request official college transcripts showing 30 credits in CE subject area 2. Submit evidence of at least two years employment experience (approximately 4000 hours) in the occupational field of the endorsement Must have occurred within 10 years of the CE application date Must be documented and verified by the applicant’s employer(s) on the NJDOE “Statement of Employment Experience” form 3. Take an “Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-Service Program” 11

12 4. Take the Physiology and Hygiene Test at the County Office of Education 5. Apply for Certificate of Eligibility (CE) through NJDOE - must apply and make payment online 6. Mail to the NJDOE Office of Licensure & Credentials - Notarized “Oath of Allegiance” downloaded from application website - College transcripts - “Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-Service Program” completion certificate 12

13 1. Submit evidence of at least four years of employment experience (approximately 8000 hours) in the occupational field of the endorsement Must have occurred within 10 years of the CE application date Must be documented and verified by the applicant’s employer(s) on the NJDOE “Statement of Employment Experience” form OR If applying for a CE using self-employment: submit a notarized letter from a tax preparer and/or attorney verifying that you have filed state and/or federal taxes for the self-employment using a federal U.S. Census North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code in the occupational field of the endorsement 13

14 2. Take an “Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-Service Program” 3. Take the Physiology and Hygiene Test at the County Office of Education 4. Apply for Certificate of Eligibility (CE) through NJDOE - must apply and make payment online 5. Mail to the NJDOE Office of Licensure & Credentials - Notarized “Oath of Allegiance” downloaded from application website - “Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-Service Program” completion certificate - “Statement of Employment Experience” form or notarized letter from a tax preparer and/or attorney for self-employment 14

15 NOTE: Individuals who are applying for a CE with employment experience only, will be issued a CE without taking the Core Academic Skills for Educators exams, however they must pass the Core Academic Skills for Educators exams before their Standard License will be issued. There are three Core Academic Skills for Educators exams in the subject areas of Reading, Writing and Math administered by Educational Testing Services and listed under Career and Technical Education. - Core Academic Skills for Educators: Reading (test #5712) - Core Academic Skills for Educators: Writing (test #5722) - Core Academic Skills for Educators: Math (test #5732) 15

16 Not all CTE certificates permit applicants to use employment or self-employment experience only. Some CTE certificates require the applicant to hold specific college degrees and/or a state-issued occupational license. To view the actual applications requirements for specific CTE certificates, visit the following link and click on the Detail page next to the certificate name: endorsements.htm 16

17 Start date: October, February and April Program cost: $1650 (noncredit), plus textbooks $ (credit), plus $25 application fee and textbooks *estimated cost of textbooks: $ CTETPP applications are available at: or by contacting the Project Coordinator at: 17

18 Enrolled in NJDOE Provisional Teacher Program by hiring district Complete a CTETPP application Include a copy of CTE CE Include a copy of employment contract or letter from hiring district verifying employment in the CE endorsement area Submit all application materials to: Kelly Canonico Project Coordinator, CTETPP Brookdale Community College Business & Community Development 765 Newman Springs Rd. Lincroft, NJ

19 If you meet the eligibility requirements and have submitted a complete application packet, you will be admitted to the CTETPP You will be sent registration materials when we receive your completed application packet Current fees, program dates/times and other relevant information will be posted on the website, or may be requested by contacting the Program Coordinator Complete the registration form and send it with payment to the Program Coordinator by the respective due date 19

20 Hybrid course: 60 hours comprised of “online” and “in person” instruction - 5 online sessions - 3 “Cohort” Saturdays - “Case Study” conducted in an NJDOE approved Career and Technical Education program at a county vocational-technical school, or comprehensive high school Will prepare the student in the areas of classroom management, strategies for instruction, differentiated instruction and the application of curriculum theory Must complete the NJDOE Two-hour Safety and Health Certificate Training conducted online by the New Jersey Safe Schools Program Must maintain a minimum grade of 80% (B-) 20

21 Focus in greater depth on many of the topics introduced in Stage I 140 hours in a hybrid format comprised of: - 18 online sessions - 6 “Cohort Saturdays” Capstone conference held in May or June Must pass with a minimum grade of 80% (B-) 21

22 Successful completion of the 200 hour CTETPP Completion of New Jersey Safe Schools Program Completion of Core Academic Skills for Educators exams for those using employment only for their CE Principal’s recommendation required Provisional Teacher Program paperwork submitted by school district to the NJDOE If all CTE Provisional Teacher Program requirements are met, the NJDOE will issue Standard Certification 22

23 Brookdale Community College CTETPP website: County Office of Education locations (Physiology & Hygiene exam): Hiring and job outlook in NJ: Introduction to Teaching 24-hour Pre-service Program - NJDOE approved programs: NJDOE “Statement of Employment Experience” form: 23

24 New Jersey Department of Education Office of Licensing and Academic Credentials: , or for applications: New Jersey Safe Schools Program: Praxis exam and preparation information: Educational Testing Services (ETS) , or U.S. Census North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 24

25 Contact for additional information, questions or applications to the CTETPP: Kelly Canonico Project Coordinator, CTETPP Brookdale Community College Business & Community Development Lincroft, NJ Phone: Fax:


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