The Certificate in Adult Education (CAE) program is designed to develop skills for teaching adults in an applied or technical-vocational college setting. A successful college education depends on the competence of the institution’s faculty, subject area expertise, as well as knowledge and skills related to teaching and learning. Both skill sets enhance the effectiveness of. Graduate Certificate in Adult Education (24 graduate credit hours). This program is designed to prepare educators (mentors, facilitators, and coaches) to teach diverse adult populations in various contexts, and to meet OSSE certification requirements for state licensure in adult education.
An adult education certificate could be your first step to develop your career into a more oversight-centered role as a postsecondary education administrator. This position boasts similar requirements to becoming an adult literacy and GED teacher. Postsecondary education administrators could potentially earn $88, annually. If so, the online Adult Education program is crafted to equip you with the skills needed to receive a much deserved promotion or find a better job. This online (15 credit hours) Certificate program is crafted to help professionals who teach or develop programs work effectively with adult learners in a variety of learning environments.
Adults Teaching Adults If you are a current, or substitute, teacher or are looking for extra work, becoming an adult education teacher may be the perfect fit for you. Most adult education instructors teach adults part time and have a passion for their subjects and their students. Our Teaching and Training Adults Program provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to teach adults or facilitate their learning in any capacity. The required courses are valuable for a wide range of people – from those who teach in a formal classroom setting to anyone who facilitates seminars, trains employees or teaches a general.