- Submission of fingerprints for a background check, if not already on record
The CTE Conditional certificate is issued for two school years or less and is
initiated by the district. The two year conditional CTE certificate enables a
school district, which cannot find a regularly certificated CTE instructor in a
specific area, to hire someone who is highly qualified and experienced in that
area. The certificate is subject to specific limitations and the teacher must
complete a written training plan developed in coordination with the CTE
administrator and the CTE advisory committee. WAC 181-77-014
If the applicant needs Worksite Learning or Career Choices or a combination
of both, the applicant must be enrolled in a CTE program and has already
completed the Worksite Learning coursework. (Form
4075W, 4075G-1, 4075E-1)
Reissuance/Renewal of CTE Conditional certificates:
All CTE Conditional Certificates issued after November 11, 2018 have been issued the new two school year (or less) certificate.
During the two year validity, the applicant must complete 50 clock hours or equivalency (credits, PGP's) verified by the district in order to gain a CTE Conditional reissuance/renewal.
The district must initiate the request in E-Certification.
If using PGP's, the applicant must enter the PGP's in their E-Certification account under Professional Development hours or "PD Hours".
For PGP information and resources, please visit the
Professional Educator Standards Board.
If you have all necessary documentation to apply for this certificate, login to: E-Certification
*IMPORTANT: Please note that application fees are NOT refundable. Ensure that you select and submit the correct application. If you have questions regarding your application, please contact our office.