In addition to the online requirement, recent notification from the CTC indicates that the verification of the professional growth requirement will no longer be a component of the professional clear credential renewals, as of January 1, 2007. The exception to this is for the renewal of the Child Development Permits, which will continue to require the verification of 105 hours of professional growth activities. Due to the professional growth requirement being eliminated, renewed professional clear credentials will be referred to as clear credentials, effective January 1, 2007.
1. Log on to www.ctc.ca.gov.
3. Go to "secured search.
4. Input social security number and date of birth.
6. Click on the document number of the credential you want to register.
7. Click on "file, print."
Write your social security number or employee number on the copy and send, e-mail, or fax to:
If you have already applied for a credential renewal, but do not yet have the document, complete and mail Affidavit (Form 8678) and Temporary County Certificate (Form 503-104) to the Adult and Career Credentialing Service’s Credential Assistant in the enclosed envelope one (1) to two (2) months prior to the expiration date.
To teach for the Division of Adult Education you must have one of the following:
· A qualifying credential
· A “C-19” letter from a Local Education Agency (LEA) recommending you to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing as being eligible to receive a credential.
o You may obtain a list of agencies from www.ctc.ca.gov
No. The Division of Adult and Career Education does not accept Emergency or 30-day Substitute credentials.
No. the Division of Adult and Career Education does not accept Intern or Community College credentials.
No. The Division of Adult and Career Education only accepts full-time teaching credentials.
No. You must be processed before you can teach. After you are processed, you will receive a clearance and/or a “congratulations” letter. Then you may begin teaching.