Calendar 2001-2002<Faculty of Education
Ontario Certificate of Qualification
Ontario Certificate of Registration certifies that the holder is
qualified to teach in Ontario elementary and secondary schools.
The basic and additional qualifications of the teacher are recorded
on a second form, the Certificate of Qualification. The Certificate
of Qualification will be updated as the teacher acquires additional
regulations require a candidate to earn basic qualifications in
two consecutive divisions during the pre-service teacher education
program. To teach in the Intermediate Division one must have completed
courses in one teaching subject, and in the Senior Division two
teaching subjects, selected from an approved list.
of the Faculty of Education provide courses leading to the Ontario
Certificate of Qualification and basic qualifications for the Primary/Junior,
Junior/Intermediate and Intermediate/Senior Divisions.
to teach in Ontario schools are issued by the Ontario College of
Teachers on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Education.
All information in this Calendar about regulations with respect
to certification is subject to change by the Ontario College of
Program: Qualified to teach classes in the Primary and Junior Divisions
(Grades JK to 6).
Program: Qualified to teach classes in the Junior Division and academic
and general subjects in all four years of the Intermediate Division
(Grades 4 to 10).
Program: Qualified to teach academic and general subjects in the
Senior Division and all four years of the Intermediate Division
(Grades 7 to 12/OAC).
the divisions of the school are defined as:
|| Junior Kindergarten to Grade 3
|| Grade 4 to Grade 6
|| Grade 7 to Grade 10
|| Grade 11 to Grade 12/OAC
further information, please see the Faculty of Education Pre-Service
Teacher Education Handbook.