Imperial County Consortium
Teacher Induction Program
Formerly known as BTSA
The Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction Program is accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and was developed to support the professional growth of preliminary-credentialed, beginning teachers to fulfill the necessary requirements for the California Clear Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Education Specialist credentials. Induction is designed to provide on site, job embedded mentoring to support growth towards mastery of the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP).
- Hold a valid (not expired) Preliminary Multiple Subject, Single Subject and/or Education Specialist teaching credential issued by California
- Be employed by an Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction program participating district/site in an assignment the preliminary credential authorizes
If eligible and not yet contacted regarding enrollment, please contact your employer's Human Resources department and request participation in the Induction program. They will provide next steps. You may also contact us at the contact information provided below.
If you are unsure if your district is participating in this consortium, you can ask your Human Resources department or contact us.
If you have partially completed Induction through another program, please contact us for information about completing through our program.
Some program information that may be of assistance to current or potential induction candidates is located below. For further information, please contact the program using the contact information below:
- Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction Program Brochure
- Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction Program Completion requirements Year 1
- Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction Program Completion requirements Year 2
- Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction Program Early Completion Option Application
- Support Provider Training-Special Education
- Support Provider Training-General Education
- Induction Complaint Procedures
- Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP)
- To review a list of professional development being offered by the ICOE Curriculum and Instruction Department, visit www.icoe.org/pd
- To register for ICOE professional development online, please visit: OMS (the ICOE Event Calendar) at www.icoe.org/register
- Imperial County Consortium Teacher Induction Database
- California Teacher Induction State Home Page
- California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Home Page
Curriculum and Instruction Department Phone: (760) 312-6129