Career-Technical Workforce Development Supplemental Teaching License
A supplemental license for teaching in a career-technical workforce development program may be issued at the request of an employing Ohio superintendent to the holder of a standard license.
Review the Complete list of Supplemental License Type and Teaching Field Codes available here.
Five years of fulltime work experience or the equivalent in the career field;
3 semester hours of an approved pre-service career-technical program from a college or university that is approved to prepare career-technical workforce development teachers.
The employing school district shall assign a teacher with teaching experience and licensure in the area in which the supplemental teaching license is requested to serve as a mentor to the supplemental teaching license holder.
The superintendent and the university official where the applicant is completing the approved career-technical licensure program must sign the CTE-37 application.
First and Second Renewal Requirements
A currently valid standard Ohio teaching certificate or license
CTE-37 form signed by the superintendent and the university official to verify continuing progress in completing career-technical licensure program requirements
Eligibility for a Professional License
Completion of an approved program of preparation from a college or university that is approved to prepare career-technical workforce development teachers
Note: Once an individual has been issued a supplemental teaching license for a particular licensure area or teaching field, it will be necessary to complete the supplemental licensure program or the equivalent and be issued a standard teaching license in that area, prior to requesting a supplemental teaching license in another area.
Using the My Educator Profile tool, educators can update their demographic data and pay licensure fees online using a credit card.
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Note: If your application requires an e-signature of a superintendent, Local Professional Development Committee or college education dean, that individual must be an e-signer before you can submit your application online.
Last Modified: 6/29/2015 11:23:15 AM