This series of classes is highly recommended for those individuals interested in substitute teaching in the area school systems. It is currently required prior to becoming employed in the Asheville City and Buncombe County school systems. Please check with the school system in which you want to work to determine their requirements. The class is approved for three (3) Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
During these classes you will explore the legal and ethical considerations involving substitute teaching, policy and procedures (from Harry Wong's First Day of School), age appropriate instruction strategies, behavioral management techniques, and much more.
Each session includes four classes on consecutive Saturdays from 9am - 4:15pm on UNC Asheville's campus. Students must attend all four classes in a session to receive the substitute teacher training certification and CEUs.
The cost for each session is $95.00. The required textbook is "Substitute Teacher Handbook, K-12, Seventh Edition," available in the UNC Asheville bookstore.
All classes meet on the UNC Asheville campus. Classroom locations, parking information, and a campus map will be sent with your receipt and confirmation packet.
||March 22 - April 12, 2014
||July 12 - August 2, 2014
||October 18 - November 8, 2014
Download the 2014 Registration Form. Please print this form and mail your completed form with tuition payment to:
Asheville Graduate Center
1 University Heights, CPO 2260
Asheville, NC 28804
You may also register by phone by calling 828.251.6099.
Note: You are not officially registered until your payment is received in our office.Once payment is processed, a confirmation letter is sent to students with a receipt, room location, directions to campus, a campus map and information about parking.
If you are registered and wish to drop this class, you must notify us at 828/251-6099 or email firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive a refund (less a $25 processing fee).
If you have any additional questions, please contact Jordan Dolfi in the Asheville Graduate Center, 828.251.6099.