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12/4/19 PDCP Orientation

Dec 4 - Dec 5, 2019

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Course Description/Meeting Summary:

The OCPS alternative certification program, known as the Professional Development Certification Program (PDCP), is designed to offer non-education majors with a temporary teaching certificate through **June 2021** or beyond the opportunity to be trained as an educator.

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Meeting Locations and Times:

RBELC- 5th Floor, Computer Lab A on December 4th, 2019, 4:30PM - 7:30PM
445 West Amelia St., Orlando, FL 32801

Contact Information:

pdcp@ocps.net

Full Description/Meeting Details:

To enroll in this program, your temporary teaching certificate must be valid through June 2021 or beyond. 

PDCP is a state-approved teacher preparatory program that will satisfy requirements on your FLDOE Statement of Eligibility.

After completion of program requirements, you may seek a professional certificate in Florida. In order to qualify for the OCPS PDCP, an applicant must

  • Be an instructional employee of OCPS in a classroom teaching assignment in the subject area in which you are seeking certification.
  • Hold or be eligible for a temporary teaching certificate from the Florida Department of Education.
  • Hold at least a bachelor's degree, meet the subject area requirements in a subject area for which a professional certificate may be issued or pass the state subject area exam, and be certified for the teaching assignment.
  • Obtain the signature of the school-based support team including the hiring principal on the PDCP Application.
  • Sign the PDCP Application as an agreement of participation.

Attendance at PDCP Orientation is required before registering for a PDCP Module. You will not be permitted to attend if you are on the waiting list, as seating is limited.

More information about PDCP may be found at https://www.ocps.net/departments/professional_development_services/pdcp/.