Special Education Technician Application

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You must pass a recent FBI background check (no older than 3 months). Start this application early as you are going to need to ensure you have a completed background check. Such a check can take weeks to complete. Use the following link to request an FBI Background check. Be sure to read through the instructions carefully. http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/identity-history-summary-checks Attach the receipt of a cleared background check in your application.
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You need 2 professional letters of recommendation that speak to your experiences or interests in the field of special education. Please avoid submitting references from friends and family. You will collect these letters then submit them when you complete the application.
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You will write a 2-page essay that answers the following questions: • What experiences have you had working in an educational setting? • Why do you want to become a special education technician?
This section is entirely optional to complete unless you are using Job Service ND to fund your training. Certification Central's training program partners with ND Job Services as an Approved Training Provider, and data are collected to measure if this training program leads to gainful employment. This is NOT saved or stored anywhere. The information goes directly to Job Service ND and is completely confidential and will remain so.

Admission Decision

After reviewing your application, an admission decision will be made to include one of the following:

  1. Full Admission to the Program: This means you will have access to all training modules in the program with no restrictions.
  2. Provisional Admission to the Program: This means you will be permitted to take one training module. You must complete this module with a rating of Proficient (4.0) then you will earn full admission to the program.
  3. Denied Admission to the Program: This means you did not meet the requirements of the program. You will be provided with the reason for the denial.