Instructor Program (Available only at Cheyenne Campus)
The Instructor course provides comprehensive training in teaching skills and is designed to train the student teacher in the necessary skills, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes needed to obtain licensure and entry level job positions. Occupational possibilities include instructor in a school, product educator, platform artist, spa/salon trainer, state board examiner.
Instructor Course Requirements:
Science of teaching and 500 Hours
Total Hours 500 Hours
Application Fee: $100
Student Kit & book Set: $300
Total Cost: $6,400
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The education you receive is measured in clock hours. Students will receive training in developing daily lesson plans and teaching methodology. Supervise and evaluate students theoretical and practical assignments. The types of methods used to teach this course include demonstrations, interactive lectures, projects, activities, audio and visual aids, field trips and textbooks.
Standard Occupational Classification Codes- Instructor SOC code 25-1194.00
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification Code for an Instructor is 25-1194.00.
Perspective students and parents can visit the occupational profile on the Department of Labor’s O*NET website at http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/25-1194.00