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1 CTE Certification Administrator Guide Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, CTE Division

2 Contents Regular CTE Certifications... 2 University Route Initial CTE Teacher Certificate... 2 Business and Industry Initial CTE Teacher Certificate... 2 Renewing the Initial CTE Certificate (Both University and Business and Industry Route)... 3 Continuing CTE Teacher Certificate (Both University and Business and Industry Route)... 3 Renewing the Continuing CTE Certificate (Both University and Business and Industry Route)... 3 Limited CTE Certificates... 4 Probationary CTE Certificate... 4 Renewing the Probationary CTE Certificate... 4 Conditional CTE Certificate... 4 Renewal of the Conditional CTE Certificate... 5 Probationary Certificate as a Coordinator for Worksite Learning... 5 Renewing the Probationary Coordinator of Worksite Learning Certificate... 6 CTE Counselor Certificates Year CTE Counselor Certificate Year CTE Counselor Certificate Year CTE Counselor Certificate... 7 Occupational Information Specialist (OIS) Certificate Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate... 8 CTE Director Certificate... 9 CTE Director Certificate... 9 Education Programs State-Approved University Route Programs State-Approved Business and Industry Route Programs P a g e

3 Regular CTE Certifications University Route Initial CTE Teacher Certificate 4 Year Certificate Renewable 2 times (renewal is a 3 year certificate) University Route Requirements: 1. Hold a bachelor s degree from a regionally accredited college/university which includes a minimum of 45 quarter hours of study in the specific CTE category 2. Complete a state-approved college/university program (See Page 10): Agriculture Education Business and Marketing Education Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Technology Education 3. Hold or be in the process of applying for an initial, continuing, residency, or professional teaching certificate with one of the above 4 endorsements 4. Document one year (2,000 hours) of paid occupational experience related to the specific CTE category. If any of the 2,000 hours is more than 6 years old, an additional 300 hours of occupational experience must be within the last 2 years 5. For career choices or coordinator of worksite learning, an initial CTE teacher certificate is required. In addition, the candidate must have demonstrated competency in coordination techniques as verified by a Professional Educator Standards Board approved program(see Page 10). Business and Industry Initial CTE Teacher Certificate 4 Year Certificate Renewable 2 times (renewal is a 3 year certificate) Business and Industry Route Requirements: For each requested specific sub-category of CTE certification (See Page 11), OSPI does not issue certificates in sub-categories that are not specifically requested on the application: 1. Complete a Washington State Professional Educator Standards Board-approved business and industry route program (See Page 10) 2. Document 3 years (6,000 hours) of paid occupational experience in each specific CTE subcategory. If any of the most recent 2,000 hours is more than 6 years old, an additional 300 hours of occupational experience must be within the last 2 years. 3. For career choices or coordinator of worksite learning, an initial CTE teacher certificate is required. In addition, the candidate must have demonstrated competency in coordination techniques as verified by a Professional Educator Standards Board approved program. 2 P a g e

4 Renewing the Initial CTE Certificate (Both University and Business and Industry Route) 3 Year Certificate Limited to two renewals Renewing the Initial CTE Certificate requirements: 1. Must have held an Initial CTE Certificate quarter hours or 30 clock hours of CTE training in the CTE subject matter certified to teach, completed since issuance of the initial CTE certificate. Continuing CTE Teacher Certificate (Both University and Business and Industry Route) 5 Year Certificate Renewable Every 5 years The Continuing CTE Certificate is the advanced level regular CTE certificate, normally issued after the Initial CTE Certificate, and is used to employ a teacher in a CTE-funded classroom in grades Some out-of-state candidates directly qualify for this certificate. Requirements for the Continuing CTE Certificate: 1. Hold an Initial CTE Certificate, or meet all requirements for the initial CTE teacher certificate quarter hours or 90 clock hours of CTE training in the CTE subject matter, completed after the award date of the bachelor s degree or after issuance date of the initial CTE certificate. 3. Document completion of 2 years of teaching/coordination in the CTE subject matter certified to teach with a school district or skills center. Renewing the Continuing CTE Certificate (Both University and Business and Industry Route) 5 Year Certificate Renewable Every 5 years Requirements for renewing the Continuing CTE Certificate: Must have held a Continuing CTE Certificate. 1. One of the following requirements must be met: 6 quarter hours or 60 clock hours of CTE training in the CTE subject matter, completed after the issue date of the previous continuing CTE certificate. 3 quarter hours or 30 clock hours of CTE training in the CTE subject matter and 3 quarter hours or 30 clock hours of technical education/upgrading, completed after the issue date of the previous continuing CTE certificate. 3 quarter hours or 30 clock hours of CTE training in the CTE subject matter and 300 hours of occupational experience, completed after the issue date of the previous continuing CTE certificate. 3 P a g e

5 Limited CTE Certificates Probationary CTE Certificate 2 Year Certificate Renewable one time Requirements for the Probationary CTE Certificate: 1. Districts/employers must recommend issuance of the probationary CTE certificate. 2. The candidate must have substantially completed requirements for the initial CTE teacher certificate (See Page 2). 3. Professional Growth Plan. The applicant shall have developed a professional growth plan in cooperation with the CTE administrator. The plan must be approved by the local school district CTE program advisory committee. The plan shall provide for orientation in the following prior to the commencement of the teaching assignment: Issues related to legal liability. The responsibilities of professional CTE educators. Lines of authority in the employing school district and/or building. Within the first 60 working days procedures must be developed in the plan for the applicant to develop competencies in the following: CTE methods. General and specific safety. If the applicant does not have access to the required course work within the first 90 working days, the local school district CTE advisory committee responsible for the program area may authorize the completion of the course work at a later date. The required course work shall be completed prior to the second year of employment. 4. Procedures and timelines must be developed in the plan for the CTE instructor candidate to meet the requirements for the initial CTE certificate. Renewing the Probationary CTE Certificate 2 Year Certificate Probationary certificates are only renewable once Requirements for renewing the Probationary CTE Certificate: 1. Districts/employers must recommend renewal of the probationary CTE certificate. 2. Professional Growth Plan. The applicant must have completed the procedures outlined for the first year in the professional growth plan. 3. Initial CTE Certificate Requirements. The applicant must have made additional progress in meeting the requirements for the initial CTE teacher certificate. Conditional CTE Certificate 1 year Certificate Renewable as needed Requirements for the Conditional CTE Certificate: 1. Districts/employers must determine that no instructors with regular certification are available in the program to be certified. The local CTE administrator and school district superintendent or designee will verify: 4 P a g e

6 No person with CTE certification in the field is available. The individual is being certified for a limited assignment and responsibility in a specified CTE program area. The individual will be oriented and prepared for the specific assignment and will be apprised of any legal liability, the lines of authority, and the duration of the assignment. The basis on which he/she has determined that the individual is competent for the assignment. A written work and/or educational experience training plan as specified in WAC (1)(b) is on file with the employing district. 2. Applicant must demonstrate one or more of the following: The applicant is highly qualified and experienced in the knowledge and occupational skills of the CTE program to be certified. The applicant meets the occupational experience requirements for CTE certification. The applicant will be employed in new and emerging occupations as defined by the Professional Educator Standards Board and/or its designee. Renewal of the Conditional CTE Certificate 1 year Certificate Renewable as needed Requirements for renewing Conditional CTE Certificates: Meet current requirements for the conditional CTE certificate. In addition, verify completion of the written training plan. Probationary Certificate as a Coordinator for Worksite Learning 2-year certificate Renewable once Requirements for the Probationary (Coordinator of Work-Based Learning) Certificate: 1. The candidate must have demonstrated competency in coordination techniques as verified by a Professional Educator Standards Board approved program. 2. Districts/employers must determine that no instructors with regular certification are available in the program to be certified, and recommend issuance of the probationary CTE certificate. 3. The candidate must have substantially completed requirements for the initial CTE teacher certificate (See Page XX). 4. Professional Growth Plan. The applicant shall have developed a professional growth plan in cooperation with the CTE administrator. The plan must be approved by the local school district CTE program advisory committee. 5. The plan shall provide for orientation in the following prior to the commencement of the teaching assignment: Issues related to legal liability. The responsibilities of professional CTE educators. Lines of authority in the employing school district and/or building. 6. Within the first 60 working days procedures must be developed in the plan for the applicant to develop competencies in the following: CTE methods. General and specific safety. If the applicant does not have access to the required course work within the first 90 working days, the local school district CTE advisory committee responsible for the program area may authorize the completion of the course work at a later date. The required course work shall be completed prior to the second year of employment. 5 P a g e

7 7. Procedures and timelines must be developed in the plan for the CTE instructor candidate to meet the requirements for the initial CTE certificate. Renewing the Probationary Coordinator of Worksite Learning Certificate 2 year Certificate Probationary certificates are only renewable once Requirements for renewing the Probationary Coordinator of Worksite Learning Certificate: 1. If the Probationary CTE Teaching certificate is renewed, this one will be renewed as well. 6 P a g e

8 CTE Counselor Certificates 1 Year CTE Counselor Certificate 1 Year Certificate Renewable twice Requirements for the 1-Year CTE Counselor Certificate: 1. Hold a valid ESA/counselor certificate or graduate from a college/university counselor education program. 2. Course in philosophy of career and technical education years of varied work experience in the last 10 years other than teaching or counseling experience. 3-Year CTE Counselor Certificate 3-year certificate Renewable once Requirements for the 3-Year CTE Counselor Certificate: 1. Have held a 1-year CTE Counselor certificate in the past 2 years quarter credits (or the equivalent) of approved professional education since issuance of the previous certificate year of CTE counseling experience. 5-Year CTE Counselor Certificate 5-year certificate Renewable every five years 1. Have held a 3-year CTE Counselor certificate quarter credits (or the equivalent) of approved professional education since issuance of the previous certificate years of CTE counseling experience while holding the 3-year certificate. 7 P a g e

9 Occupational Information Specialist (OIS) Certificate 1-Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate 1-year certificate Renewable twice Requirements for the 1-Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate: 1. Experience. OR 3 years of full-time paid occupational experience (of which 2 years must have been in the last 6 years) dealing with employment or personnel problems and with placement and evaluation of workers 2 years of CTE teaching experience in an approved CTE program under the state plan for career and technical education. 3-Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate 3-year certificate Renewable once Requirements for the 3-Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate: 1. Have held a 1-year OIS certificate within the previous 2 years quarter credits (or the equivalent) of approved professional education, earned since issuance of the first OIS certificate. Of that total, 3 quarter credits (or the equivalent) must have been earned since issuance of the previous certificate hours of service as an occupational information specialist during the life of the previous certificate. 5-Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate 5 year Certificate Renewable every five years Requirements for the 5-Year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate: 1. Have held a 3-year OIS certificate within the previous 2 years quarter credits (or the equivalent) of approved professional education, earned since issuance of the first OIS certificate years of OIS experience during the life of the previous certificate. 8 P a g e

10 CTE Director Certificate CTE Director Certificate 5-year certificate Renewable every five years Requirements for the CTE Director Certificate: 1. Must be eligible for a continuing CTE certificate in one of the CTE program areas, or be a certificated CTE Counselor with a 5-year CTE Counselor certificate or Occupational Information Specialist with a 5-year Occupational Information Specialist Certificate quarter (or equivalent) credits of CTE training, or equivalent experience, including a course in supervision and administration of CTE years of experience as a certificated CTE supervisor, CTE instructor, CTE counselor or occupational information specialist. Requirements for Renewing the CTE Director Certificate: 1. Must have held a CTE Director Certificate quarter hours (or the equivalent) of professional education or course work, or equivalent professional experience in CTE supervisory or managerial subjects, completed since the issuance of the most recent CTE director certificate. 9 P a g e

11 Education Programs State-Approved University Route Programs Endorsement Area College Approved to Offer the Endorsement Program Agriculture Education Washington State University Business and Marketing Education Eastern Washington University Family/Consumer Sciences Ed. Central Washington University, Washington State University Seattle Pacific University Technology Education Central Washington University State-Approved Business and Industry Route Programs Bates Technical College (Tacoma, WA) (253) Central Washington University (509) Eastern Washington University (Spokane, WA) (509) South Seattle Community College (206) Southwest Washington Consortium (Clark County, WA) (360) P a g e

12 Certificate Certificate Name Occupational Experience CIP Code Code V Agribusiness Occupational experience in farming, ranch management, or other agriculture related business , , , , V Agricultural Mechanics Repair and maintenance of farm equipment or other agriculture related equipment , , V Agricultural Production Management of agriculture animal/livestock, dairy, ranch production or other , , , agriculture related business V Aquaculture Fresh water and salt water fish farming, or other agriculture related aquaculture , , business V Horticulture Greenhouse operations, landscaping, grounds keeper, plant nursery, turf management, or other agriculture related horticulture business , , , , , , , , V Floriculture Floral services from supply to delivery or other agriculture related floral business , V Agriculture Food Industry experience in converting raw agriculture produce into processed forms Science suitable for direct human consumption and the storage of such products. V Natural Resources Environmental work in conservation of air, soil, water, land, fish and wildlife, and plant resources. Work in the forestry industry or other agriculture related natural resources business , , , , , , , , , , , V Chemical Technology Work in the Bio-Technology industry , , V Veterinarian Assistant Veterinarian or Veterinarian assistant , V Publishing Newspaper, magazine, or book publishing V Business Management Management level business experience , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V V V V V Accounting and Related Programs Legal Administrative Services Medical Administrative Services Banking Support Services Computer Application & Related Programs Accountant, bookkeeper, and work in accounting operations of a business , , , , , Lawyer, Para legal, law clerk, or legal secretary , , Medical secretary, medical records clerk, medical insurance adjuster Support services in a bank, savings and loan or credit union (teller, loan officer, bank accounting department) Use of computer software, word, spreadsheets, data bases, web page design, network management, computer repair or computer programming , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , P a g e

13 V Fashion Merchandising Retail or wholesale experience in the fashion industry V Entrepreneurship Ownership and operation of self owned business , , , , V General Sales Direct and indirect sales, ecommerce, or supervisory or managerial retail sales , , Operations V Lodging Management Manager of a hotel or lodging facility , V Marketing Management Management experience in retail or marketing operation; marketing director , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V Cosmetology Licensed cosmetologist V Food Production and Food work that includes the preparation and service of food , , Services V Translation and Translator from English to another language or from another language to English Interpretation V Consumer Services Experience in the Consumer Services industry, providing end-use advice and representational services to individuals and groups and techniques needed to protect consumers from unsafe, unreliable, and/or unhealthy products and services, including financial services V V V V Food Science Dietetics and Nutrition Housing, Interiors and Furnishings Careers in Family and Community Services Early Childhood Education and Support Services 12 P a g e Experience in the Food Science, Dietetics and Nutrition industry, including risk management procedures, nutritional therapy, technology in food production and diet and nutrition analysis, and planning Experience in the Housing, Interiors, and Furnishings industry, focusing on the behavioral, social, economic, functional and aesthetic aspects of housing, interiors and furnishings, including analyzing, planning designing, furnishing and equipping residential, work and leisure spaces to meet user needs, and he related regulations and policies Experience in the Family and Community Services Industry focusing on the development and implementation of public, private, and voluntary support services for individuals, families, and localities and preparing individuals to function in a variety of occupations promoting family life, and family/community development , , Management in a licensed child day care facility V Textiles and Apparel Textile and apparel industry experience in product design, production, merchandising customer service and business profitability V Educational Para Pro Experience as a teacher assistant V Careers in Education Teaching experience at the elementary, middle school or secondary level , ,

14 V Culinary Arts Chef, work in culinary arts industry , , , V Hospitality, Recreation Experience in the Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation industry demonstration and Tourism procedures applied to safety, security and environmental issues, and practices and skills involved in lodging occupations and travel related services, applying concepts of customer services, and managing recreational, leisure and other programs and events V Sign Language Experience as a sign language interpreter or signing assistant to hearing impaired Interpreter V Health Informatics Occupational experience in a medical office (doctor, clinic, or hospital) or a , , , Career certificated medical assistant. V Health Support Services Work at a medical facility (biomedical/clinic engineer, central service, environmental , , V V Careers Health Therapeutic Careers Health Diagnostic Careers 13 P a g e health and safety, hospital maintenance or food service) Experience in any one (or a combination) of the following: Athletic Trainer Certified, Chiropractor, Dentist, Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant Certified, Licensed Practical Nurse, Certified Health Care Assistant Category F, Respiratory, Physical or Occupational Therapist, Physical or Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pharmacist, Medical Physician, Physician s Assistant Certified, Registered Nurse, Registered Nurse Practitioner, other occupational experience where the therapeutic strand standards and foundation standards were performed and required training was at the Health Care Assistant Category F level or above. Medical technologist, or clinical laboratory scientist, clinical chemist, clinical microbiologist, pathologist, or geneticist with National Certification, who has worked in an accredited laboratory under a board certified pathologist , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V Biomedical Sciences Experience in the biomedical fields. May use 6000 hours of teaching biology , , , , , , , V Health Science Biotechnology Experience in the biotechnical fields. May use 6000 hours of teaching biology , , , , V Dental Assistant Experience in one of the following: Dentist, Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant Certified V Sports Medicine Experience in one of the following: Athletic Trainer Certified, Chiropractor, Physical , or Occupational Therapist, Physical or Occupational Therapy Assistant V Nursing Assistant Experience in one of the following: Registered Nurse, Registered Nurse Practitioner , , , , V STEM Technology Occupational experience in one or more of the following: Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Occupational experience may include teaching in any of the above for 6,000 hours , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V Communication Occupational experience in one or more of the following: TV production, radio , , , ,

15 Technologies 14 P a g e production, or audio/visual media production, graphic communication work including press work, lithographic equipment and operations, desktop, publishing, or web design, commercial photography , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V Material Engineering Material engineer in a manufacturing plant , , V Engineering Any work experience in engineering , , , , , , , , V Manufacturing Technology Work in the manufacturing industry solving production problems , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V JROTC An officer in any branch of the services V Criminal Protective Services Law enforcement as a police officer, sheriff department, military police or security operations , , , , V Forensic Technology Work in crime forensic lab, a mortuary, or other laboratory experience V Fire Services Experience as a Fire fighter , , , V Construction Trades All building constriction and carpentry, woodworking, cabinetmaking and millwork , , , , , , , , , , V Electrician Electrical work including installation and maintenance or electrical systems , , , , , V V Building Maintenance Technician Electrical and Electronic Equipment Repair Occupational experience in cleaning and care of buildings Repair and Maintenance of electrical and electronic equipment , , , , , , , , , , , , , V Computer Technology Occupational experience in one or more of the following: Computer programming, computer repair and maintenance or network management V Refrigeration/Air- Installation and repair of refrigeration, air conditioning and heating equipment , Conditioning/Heating V Automotive Technology Occupational experience in one or more of the following: Auto mechanic, diesel mechanic, or small engine repair and maintenance V Auto Body Repair Automotive body repair , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

16 V Aircraft Technician Aircraft mechanic or airframe technician , , , V Drafting All types of drafting including CAD/CAM , , , , , , , , V Precision Metal Worker Welding and metal work , , , , , V Aviation Occupations Aircraft pilot, flight crew V Water Any aspect of the water transportation industry including, Marine Science, boat , , , V Transportation/Worker Commercial Design/Applied Art building and maintenance Occupational experience in commercial art and wearable art. Creating, producing, and selling products including glass, metal, clay, textiles, wood, polymers, mixed media, etc , , , V Stage Design All aspects of stage production including set design and sound systems , , Technician V Diversified Occupations Any occupational experience other than teaching V Career Choices Any occupational experience other than teaching V Work-Based Learning Coordinator V Worksite Learning Coordinator No additional occupational experience required , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , No additional occupational experience required See codes above CERTIFICATE CODE CERTIFICATE NAME CIP CODE V College/University Programs Agriculture Education , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , V College/University Programs V College/University Programs , , , Business Education , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Marketing Education , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , P a g e

17 V College/University Programs V College/University Programs V College/University Programs Business and Marketing Education Family and Consumer Sciences Education Technology Education , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , P a g e

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