Creating a professional life you can be proud of starts with the right education. A Continuing Teacher Education Certificate can further qualify your existing credentials, by teaching you about changes in the education and teaching world and challenging you to succeed. Long-time education and teaching professionals teach certification courses at University of Phoenix, so you can be certain you are learning from the most qualified professors in the industry. Learn about education changes, or take a course in a speciality you have yet to study. As a member of the educational field, continuing your personal education is a great way to inspire your students, as well as further qualify yourself.
A Certificate or Diploma in Teacher Licensure focuses only on the in-depth education and teaching information you need, so courses dont drag on unnecessarily. Perfect for non-traditional students and those already in a professional education and teaching environment, a Certificate or Diploma in Teacher Licensure can help get students ahead in the areas that matter most. Learn more about how easy it can be to become certified with a Continuing Teacher Education Certificate.
*This program requires field experience, clinical work, practicums, internships or student teaching experiences which may not be completed online.
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