Get on the fast track to a tech ed teaching career
Prepare to become a trades and technology teacher at the middle and high school levels.
Gain skills in automation, welding, CNC, mechanics, and other industrial arts areas – along with teaching techniques and theory. After graduation, if you have 200 hours of related work experience and/or a bachelor's degree, you will be qualified for experience-based licensure in Wisconsin.
Future bachelor's degree pathway: NWTC is currently working on a transfer agreement with UW-Oshkosh, expected to be finalized in 2022. Credits from this program may be transferred to the Technology and Engineering Education degree at the university.
Program Code: 105226
The Career and Technical Education Instruction program prepares individuals to teach technology education/industrial arts programs. Graduates will be ready to teach occupational, vocational, career, or technical subjects to students at the middle and secondary school level. Wisconsin DPI Experienced-Based Licensure for Technical and Vocational Education Subjects form PI-1623 and accompanying documentation of 200 hours of related work experience or completion of a baccalaureate degree are needed to meet licensure requirements in the state of WI.
This product would provide students the education needed to qualify for experience-based technical and vocational education pathway with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.