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Office of Educator Services, Alternative Licensure Steve Senf Career and Technology Education Work-Based Licensure Program
South Carolina Code of Laws Section (Certification and licensure) Section (Training, Certification and Evaluation) Section (Contract and evaluation) Section (Cognitive assessments, certification and regulations) Certification Regulations R Persons Required to Hold a Teaching Certificate R Certification Requirements R Renewal of Credentials R Requirements for Career and Technology Education Work- Based Certification R Assisting, Developing, and Evaluating Professional Teaching (ADEPT) Statutory and Regulatory References
Certification (Academic Licensure Areas) Professional Practices Educator Preparation Alternative Licensure (Academic Licensure Areas) – PACE – ABCTE – TFA – Adjunct Career and Technology Education (CATE) Licensure (Work-based Licensure Areas) Office of Educator Services, Alternative Licensure
CATE Academic Licensure Agriculture Family and Consumer Sciences Industrial Technology Education Business/Marketing/Computer Technology Four-year, teacher education program or MAT Program of Alternative Licensure for Educators (PACE) CIDs - (O, 1, or 2xxxxx)
Work-Based Licensure CIDs - (9xxxxx) Office of Educator Services, Alternative Licensure
Qualification is based on a combination of work experience and education in the area of licensure Office of Educator Services, Alternative Licensure Bachelor’s Bachelor’s+18 Master’s Master’s+30 Doctorate HS Diploma 4 yrs 5 yrs 6yrs NANA 30 Sem. Hrs. 3 yrs 4 yrs 5 yrs NANA Associate’s (60) 2 yrs 3 yrs 4 yrs NANA Associate’s (90) 1 yr 2 yrs 3 yrs NANA Bachelor’s 6 mos 1 yr 2 yrs NANA Bachelor’s +18 NA 6 mos 1 yr NANA Master’s NA NA 6 mos NANA Master’s +30 NA NA NA 6 mos NA Doctorate NA NA NA NA 6 mos
CATE Work-Based Licensure Automotive Collision Repair Automotive Technology Carpentry Diesel Technology Electricity Electronics Environmental Control Systems Machine Tool Technology Masonry Plumbing Welding Post-Secondary Degree Not Required CIDs - (9xxxxx) State or National Examination Required
CATE Work-Based Licensure Culinary Arts Digital Art and Design Drafting Graphic Communications Media Technology Protective Services - (FF) Protective Services - (LE) Power Equipment Technology Post-Secondary Degree Not Required CIDs - (9xxxxx) State Competency Examination Required
CATE Work-Based Licensure Health Science Technology Information Technology (Networking) Information Technology (Programming) Cosmetology, Barbering and Nail Technology require a SC LLR Instructor’s License Engineering Technology requires a Certificate of Training. Must be requested by the school district Post-Secondary Degree Required Associates or Higher CIDs - (9xxxxx) Professional license; No Competency Examination
Work-Based Licensure Steps to Work-Based Licensure
1.Submits application and supporting documentation 2.Receives Letter of Eligibility (LOE) 3.Seeks employment w/LOE in hand 4.When hired, district submits Confirmation of Employment (COE- formally a VOE in CATE) 5.License issued and applicant registers for DIRECT institutes 6.Completes all work-based licensure requirements in five years 7.Receives Professional License Steps To Work-Based Professional Licensure Work-Based Licensure
Work-Based Licensure Requirements Year 1 (CATE Induction Certificate) Complete Developing Instructional Readiness for Educators of Career and Technology (DIRECT) 1 & 2 in-service institutes Attempt the Basic Skills examination (WorkKeys) Complete ADEPT Induction Year Work-Based Licensure
Work-Based Licensure Requirements Year 2 (CATE Induction License) Complete DIRECT 3 & 4 in-service institutes Complete Competency examination* State Competency examination Industry Competency examination Complete ADEPT Formal Performance evaluation *Except Cosmetology/Barbering/Nail, Health Science Technology, Information Technology, and PLTW Work-Based Licensure
Work-Based Licensure Requirements Years 3-5 (CATE Pre-Professional License) Pass Basic Skills examination (WorkKeys)* Complete six semester-hours of professional coursework *All CATE teachers are expected to take the basic skills examinations at least once a year until all portions are passed. Work-Based Licensure
Areas of Misunderstanding Reciprocity-NONE Hiring before LOE-Fines, Report Card Basic Skills exam – (WorkKeys, Praxis I no longer exists) Competency exam -State vs. Industry Professional Development coursework ADEPT SAFE-T/Diagnostic Assistance and the Induction certificate Waivers or extensions- can be issued for ADEPT DIRECT Institutes can be completed out of sequence based on hire date. Ex. Hired in October or later A Request for Change/Action Form MUST be sent in when submitting documents! Work-Based Licensure
PACE What’s happening?
We are growing! Cohort 12A Summer:122 participants Cohort 12B Winter:215 participants All Winter pre-service documents MUST be in BEFORE December 8, Colette Reamer: A dream! Call if questions...
Pre-Service Please remind candidates that pre- service registration begins at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 13, at Dreher High School in Columbia, SC.
Praxis If a candidate passes the Praxis BEFORE December 12, 2014, he/she will be cleared for Winter pre-service If they do not have their scores back before the beginning of pre-service, they can go ahead and participate in pre-service, but if they do not receive a passing score they will NOT receive a license and if hired for must attend pre- service again along with the registration fee.
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Extension year candidates If you have candidates on an extension year, please help us stay on top of their coursework and passing the PLT Pre-approved course list is on Moodle for current participants Please submit your ADEPT reports for extension year candidates
COEs After December 8, 2014, please submit a COE for in order to generate candidates for summer pre-service. These candidates must be considered a long- term substitute until