Course Detail: CTE001 - CTE New Teacher Induction Program - Effective Curriculum Use (CTE001)

This is one of five modules needed to satisfy the licensure requirement for the CTE New Teacher Induction Program. It is a partnership between East Carolina University and NC Department of Public Instruction Career and Technical Education.


Must be a current Career and Technical Education teacher in North Carolina.

Must use a work (school) email address as verification of your employment.


Online: Bi-Monthly


  • 1.00 Understand the components and resources for effective use of the CTE curriculum
  • 1.1 Understand how CTE Professional Learning communities provide resources and foster effective collaboration via NCCTE Moodle.
  • 1.2 Understand how national, state and program area standards impact CTE curriculum.
  • 1.3 Understand how credentials contribute to an effective CTE program.
  • 1.4 Understand Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) their relevance and integration into CTE courses.
  • 1.5 Understand CTE Essential Standards, course user guides (blueprint), curriculum guides, and equipment and technical guides. 


  • - Payment is required prior to access being granted to begin module work.
  • - Refunds will not be issued for incomplete work or failing grades.
  • - Participants must receive a 70% or better pass the module.
  • - Limited seats are available for each module. 

FERPA Waiver

As a non-credit student you are protected by FERPA. ECU is not able to release your course enrollment or status to anyone making a request, this includes your CTE Director, LEA, or other school official. If you would like ECU to be able to release your status, including a copy of your certificate, to your school district please complete the PDF under "Course Resources" titled "FERPA Waiver - CTE New Teacher Induction" and email it to

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Course Resources
FERPA Waiver - CTE New Teacher Induction (PDF Document)

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