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Teachers who have the SB2042 Preliminary Credential must complete California’s requirements to clear their credential within five years. Concordia University Irvine offers an induction program, approved by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), to clear the following:
Concordia University's Clear Induction Credential Program partners with employing school districts to offer dynamic new teacher support for California Preliminary Credential holders. We serve teachers working in public and private schools.
Concordia will provide multiple professional development opportunities to improve your teaching strategies with diverse learners, enhance your classroom management strategies, and develop your leadership potential within the context of your current teaching setting. Multiple levels of new teacher support provide the foundation for the Induction Program for fulltime or part time teachers.
Blended courses feature both face-to-face and online learning.
Our Block I blended schedule allows students to come to campus two evenings a week for face-to-face classes (three evenings a week for summer session I). Block I classes are paired and alternate between face-to-face and synchronous, online content each week.
This delivery system was designed to meet the needs of students who prefer the flexibility provided by an online program.
Once students are admitted to the Induction Program they will attend an advising meeting with the Coordinator of the Induction Program to:
An Orientation is provided prior to the start of fall courses. Once admitted, you will be advised of that meeting date.
To learn more or to apply to Concordia's Clear Induction Credential Program, please contact our Admissions Counselor, Janet Lee.
Assistant Director of Admissions in the School of Education