Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I find information about upcoming Special Education for Administrators AQ sessions?

Information pertaining to dates, sites, fees and course content can be found on the CPCO website, under SEA AQ. You can also download and print the application.

2. What are the eligibility requirements for the Special Education for Administrators AQ?

All educators with an interest and a desire to extend and apply knowledge, skills and practices in Special Education design, implementation and assessment. The focus of this AQ is viewing special education through a leader’s lens within Catholic schools.

3. Do I have to be a Principal or Vice-Principal to take the Special Education for Administrators AQ?

No, the Special Education for Administrators AQ is open to all educators with an interest and a desire to extend and apply knowledge, skills and practices in Special Education design, implementation and assessment as a leader in Catholic schools.
 
4. After taking this course, am I eligible for teaching assignments that require Special Education Part 1 AQ qualifications?

This course does not accredit a candidate for eligibility for teaching assignments that require a Special Education Part 1 AQ qualification.
 
5. Does the Special Education for Administrators AQ replace Special Education Part 1 and/or 2 and/or Specialist?

No, the Special Education for Administrators AQ is not a replacement for OCT’s Special Education, Part 1, 2 or Specialist.

 

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6. Can I earn a CPCO Certificate of Catholic Faith Formation upon completion of Special Education for Administrators AQ?

Yes, participating in and successfully completing the Special Education for Administrators AQ earns candidates a CPCO Certificate in Catholic Faith Formation.
 
7. Will I receive recognition for this AQ on my OCT Record Card?

Yes, upon successful completion of Special Education for Administrators AQ, in addition to receiving a Certificate of Catholic Faith Formation, candidates will be recommended to the OCT for this accreditation and it will be included on their OCT Record Card.
 
8. Master's accreditation is currently possible through Charles Sturt University.