The State of Florida now requires all individuals who teach in Workforce and Adult Education settings to complete courses designed to enhance their skills in developing teaching and learning strategies for the CTE classroom. UWF's certification is designed to help individuals like you gain critical teaching skills and receive permanent teaching credentials.
|Choices . . .
Choose four of eight courses for the basic CTE certificate program. All courses are online—you can complete the certificate requirements in your timeframe and on your schedule. Check out the course rotations!
Skills . . .
The Workforce and Adult Education certificate will give you the instructional skills you need to share your vocational expertise with learners in alternative education settings, such as technical schools and correctional facilities.
Among other skills, you will learn how to construct an effective course, apply strategies for teaching and learning, and modify your instruction for special-needs students.
You can complete the certificate in just two semesters. You can also incorporate the certificate into an undergraduate degree program, in which you will take related courses for additional education and training.
Dr. Jill T. White, Associate Professor
Department of Applied Science, Technology and Administration