CTE Credentialing

Industry Certifications: 

Students interested in earning an Industry Certification should meet with their school's career counselor. Students who complete an Industry Certification will have the qualifications to apply for a variety of jobs after graduation. Below is a partial list of the Industry Certifications that CTE programs prepare students for: 

  • Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator
  • ASE Automotive Technician - NATEF certified
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • CPR/First Aid
  • EverFi Certification
  • W!SE Financial Literacy
  • Lead Teacher Equivalency Certification
  • Microsoft Office Specialist (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access)
  • NCCER Credential
  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Certification
  • WorkKeys Career Readiness Certification


ProStart® I and II Credential

The ProStart® National Certificate of Achievement is an industry-recognized certificate that signifies a strong foundation in the basic management and culinary skills considered critical to success by industry leaders. Students must score 75% or better on the national exam for both ProStart® I and II and complete 400 hours of mentored work experience.  Go to http://www.nraef.org/ProStart for more details on earning the ProStart® I and II credential.   

Health Science Education courses provide students opportunities to obtain industry certifications.  Students may prepare to earn certifications in Nurse Aide I.

National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) - With construction technologies training programs nationwide, NCCER has created performance-based curricula to unite the construction industry with secondary and postsecondary construction technology (carpentry), masonry, electrical trades and welding technology programs.