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The ADDA Instructor Certification Program is designed to provide professional recognition to instructors, teachers and educational professionals.  Instructors must be engaged in a design drafting and graphics training program within an approved educational setting on an annual schedule with an end result of a trade / craft certificate or diploma.

CERTIFICATION DISCIPLINE TITLES AVAILABLE

General  -  Completion of the Related General Drafting Examination
                  (Contains Fundamental Architectural & Fundamental Mechanical Knowledge)

Architectural  -  Completion of the Related Architectural Examination

Mechanical  -  Completion of the Related Mechanical Examination

Digital  -  Completion of the Digital Designer Examination

View a Sample Instructor Certification Certificate

LEVELS OF CERTIFICATION & REQUIREMENTS

ADDA  Certified  Instructor  (Download Application)

Applicant must Pass the ADDA Related Examination or currently hold an ADDA Related Certification.

Required certification - Apprentice Drafter Level or Digital Design Level or greater
Certification Lifecycle is 3 years  from the date of issue
Lifecycle Certification Cost $365
Teaching Experience  0 - up to 3 years
Provide Related Skills Background

Certification in one of the three levels
20 CEU’s required over 3 year lifecycle
3 year ADDA Membership Included Existing ADDA Certification Extended 3 years
Provide 3 letters of Support from Educational Personnel
Proof of Employment at a State or Private  Accredited School

ADDA Professional Instructor   (Download Application)

Applicant must Pass the ADDA Related Examination or currently hold an ADDA Related Certification.

Required certification - Certified Drafter Level or Digital Design Level or greater
Certification Lifecycle is 3 years  from the date of issue
Lifecycle Certification Cost $395
Teaching Experience  3rd year - up to 7 years
Provide Related Skills Background

Certification in one of the three levels
30 CEU’s required over 3 year lifecycle
3 year ADDA Membership Included Existing ADDA Certification Extended 3 years
Must attend ADDA or State Sponsored In-Service Training annually in the related CTE Area
(CEU’s apply above)

Provide 3 letters of Support from Educational Personnel
Proof of Employment at a State or Private  Accredited School

ADDA  Master Instructor   (Download Application)

Applicant must Pass the ADDA Related Examination or currently hold an ADDA Related Certification.

Required certification - Certified Drafter Level or Digital Design Level or greater
Certification Lifecycle is 3 years  from the date of issue
Lifecycle Certification Cost $465
Teaching Experience  7th year and up
Provide Related Skills Background

Certification in one of the three levels
35 CEU’s required over 3 year lifecycle
3 year ADDA Membership Included Existing ADDA Certification Extended 3 years
Must attend ADDA or State Sponsored In-Service Training annually in the related CTE Area
(CEU’s apply above)
Provide 3 letters of Support from Educational Personnel
Proof of Employment at a State or Private  Accredited School

Grandfathering   ADDA will accept existing ADDA Certified Professionals currently engaged in the educational fields as part of the application process.  Acceptance as a Certified Instructor will automatically renew an existing ADDA Certification on a new three year lifecycle.

MULTIPLE INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATIONS    Instructors may apply and obtain multiple Instructor Certifications in more than one discipline.    An instructor could certify as a Professional Instructor in Architectural and Mechanical or a combination of Certifications such as Professional and Master based on experience.  CEU’s and In-Service will apply to all certifications congruently.  ADDA will apply a $100.00 discount toward the 2nd certification or more.

For more information call ADDA at 731-627-0802 x 103 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .