VENTURA COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR INDUCTION POLICIES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
PREREQUISITES

YEAR 1 ADMINISTRATOR INDUCTION CANDIDATES:

  • Hold a California Preliminary Administrative Services credential.
  • Hold a California Clear (or Life) teaching or services credential.
  • Employed in an administrative assignment requiring the Administrative Services Credential. 

YEAR 2 ADMINISTRATOR INDUCTION CANDIDATES:

  • Hold a California Preliminary Administrative Services credential.
  • Hold a California Clear (or Life) teaching or services credential.
  • Employed in an administrative assignment requiring the Administrative Services Credential.
  • Completed Year 1 of a Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC)-Approved California Administrative Induction Program (or Administrative Clear Credential Program). If you completed Year 1 with another program other than Ventura County's, you must submit verification from the other program that confirms completion of Year 1. Email verification to academicadvise@vcoe.org.
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM POLICIES

PROGRAM CANDIDATES ACKNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:

  1. to participate in ongoing program evaluation, including the mid-year and end-of-year Program Evaluation Surveys for each year the program candidate participates in the program.
  2. to make timely progress and complete all program requirements and responsibilities of the program; to attend and fully participate in the program requirements; and to submit all required evidence for program completion, including formative assessment evidence.
  3. that failure to fulfill any of the program requirements and/or responsibilities will result in my not receiving a recommendation for a California Credential and being subject to the late fee policy currently in effect and referenced in the ESS Handbook available at www.vcoe.org/ess (under "Links and Resources")
  4. that the program responsibilities and requirements leading to program completion and/or California credential recommendation do not imply or ensure continued employment with the candidate's current employer, as licensure requirements and employment criteria may differ.
  5. that if the program candidate's participation is not subsidized by state and/or local funds, the cost of participation in the program is the candidate's responsibility.