Director, Career & Technical Teacher Education Program
Prepare to teach at a career and technical center.
The Career & Technical Teacher Education Program (CTTEP) is part of the process for industry and business professionals to earn a Vermont State teaching license and to learn the art of teaching high school students in one of Vermont’s 17 career and technical centers. The program is designed to help new technical educators, through coursework and coaching, to become experts not only in their professional field of training but as individuals sharing their skills by teaching.
Alternative route to earning your teaching license
CTTEP is an alternative route to Vermont teacher licensure, servicing educators who are hired at a technical center and then actively teach under a four-year apprentice license.
Once hired at a Vermont career and technical center, teachers can enter the CTTEP four-year program to obtain a Level I Educator License. To qualify for enrollment in the program, applicants must be either a:
- High school graduate with at least six years of experience in the desired trade, or
- Hold an associates degree or higher with four years of work related experience.
Coursework takes place in the summer and on weekends. Program content supports new educators who learn about methods of :
- Content delivery
- Classroom management
- Working with a diverse group of learners
The CTTEP includes a total of 24 credits of coursework, spread over 10 courses. You can CTTEP Program Outline for more information.
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