Looking For a Rewarding Career When the Kids Are Off to School?

School Principals are Looking for Stay-at-Home Moms who are Certified by an Accredited Organization

School principals know that you care about children and want what is best for them; otherwise, you wouldn’t have stayed home with yours. If you are looking to go back to work, consider the benefits of becoming a teacher.

Why Should You Become a Teacher?

You Can Have a Career and Still Have Time for Your Own Children

You’ve stayed home with your children, but now the last one is starting school. As a teacher, you can still use your degree and be there for your children. Becoming a teacher allows you to share the same schedule, vacations and school experiences as your own children. With the financial benefits factored in, teaching could be the best of both worlds for you.

Program Costs

Our Interns have more important things to think about, so we defer 86% of fees until you start teaching. And all of our fees are split up into very manageable monthly payments.You can start training for as little as $150.

Once you’ve applied, ECAP will guide you through the process of qualifying to teach. We will lead you to the best test prep resources and provide you with any reviews and practice exams that we have developed.This is where we begin to customize your certification plan.

At the point where you meet qualification to teach, you will be invited to enroll in preliminary coursework. Our training is extremely customized to your area of certification as you can see by the training below.

Bilingual and Elementary teachers begin training with the following courses:

Field Based Experience
The Basics of Teaching Reading
Dyslexia Training
Child Psychology
Parent Conferencing
Legal issues for Educators (pre-study)

Special Education teachers begin training with the following courses:

Field Based Experience
Dyslexia Training
Pre-Study Introduction to Special Education
The Terminology of Special Education
Legal issues for Educators (pre-study)

Secondary teachers begin training with the following courses:

Field Based Experience
Dyslexia Training
Legal issues for Educators (pre-study)
TEKS/TAKS/STAAR: Navigating Curriculum Requirements
Adolescent Psychology
Special Education for Regular Ed Teachers

Upon enrollment, you will also be added to our inventory of qualified teachers. ECAP distributes lists of qualified participants to districts across the state to assist in your job search process.

The training fee covers all remaining training that will be provided during the program tenure.

All teachers receive the following additional training:

Connections
Poverty
Teaching to Your Strengths
Legal Issues
Surviving the First Year
Lesson Planning Practicum
Using Technology in the Classroom (2 courses)
Pedagogical Theory
PPR Exam Review

Bilingual teachers receive the following additional training:

Reading and Lesson Planning for Bilingual Teachers
Math and Science for Elementary Teachers
Elementary teachers receive:
Reading and Lesson Planning for Elementary Teachers
Math and Science for Elementary Teachers

Special Education teachers receive the following additional training:

Introduction to Special Education
Reading for Special Ed Teachers
Behavior Management for Special Ed Teachers
ARD and IEP Training for Special Ed Teachers

Secondary teachers receive the following additional training:

Teaming and Communication in the classroom
Teaching in Urban Schools
Reading in the Content
Critical Thinking in the Classroom
And the good news about the training fee is that if you have to repeat a course or put the program on pause for any reason, this fee will never be re-assessed. Unlike other programs, at ECAP you only pay your training fee once.

Note: If you secure a teaching position prior to training, then we will roll the $400 training fee into your Internship Program payroll deducted fees. This way you do not have to pay the $400 up front!

When you receive your first job as a teacher of record, ECAP assigns an advisor to you. You will have access to your advisor throughout the year as you need them, and the advisor will visit your classroom periodically to make sure that you are being successful.

Your advisor’s primary mission is to make you a successful teacher. Our advisors’ resumes speak for themselves. Most of them are retired school administrators who were hand-picked by ECAP. The quality of our advisors is the primary difference between ECAP and our competitors. Also included in this fee is the documenting of your qualification and recommending of certificates as needed during the program.

ECAP is always communicating with partnering school districts and with the Texas Education Agency on behalf of our interns to make sure that you remain in compliance with state and local rules.

Once all your fees have been paid in full, you will be issued your Standard Certificate.

Application Fee $50

Once you’ve applied, ECAP will guide you through the process of qualifying to teach. We will lead you to the best test prep resources and provide you with any reviews and practice exams that we have developed.This is where we begin to customize your certification plan.

Enrollment Fee $100

At the point where you meet qualification to teach, you will be invited to enroll in preliminary coursework. Our training is extremely customized to your area of certification as you can see by the training below.

Bilingual and Elementary teachers begin training with the following courses:

Field Based Experience
The Basics of Teaching Reading
Dyslexia Training
Child Psychology
Parent Conferencing
Legal issues for Educators (pre-study)

Special Education teachers begin training with the following courses:

Field Based Experience
Dyslexia Training
Pre-Study Introduction to Special Education
The Terminology of Special Education
Legal issues for Educators (pre-study)

Secondary teachers begin training with the following courses:

Field Based Experience
Dyslexia Training
Legal issues for Educators (pre-study)
TEKS/TAKS/STAAR: Navigating Curriculum Requirements
Adolescent Psychology
Special Education for Regular Ed Teachers

Upon enrollment, you will also be added to our inventory of qualified teachers. ECAP distributes lists of qualified participants to districts across the state to assist in your job search process.

Training Fee $400

The training fee covers all remaining training that will be provided during the program tenure.

All teachers receive the following additional training:

Connections
Poverty
Teaching to Your Strengths
Legal Issues
Surviving the First Year
Lesson Planning Practicum
Using Technology in the Classroom (2 courses)
Pedagogical Theory
PPR Exam Review

Bilingual teachers receive the following additional training:

Reading and Lesson Planning for Bilingual Teachers
Math and Science for Elementary Teachers
Elementary teachers receive:
Reading and Lesson Planning for Elementary Teachers
Math and Science for Elementary Teachers

Special Education teachers receive the following additional training:

Introduction to Special Education
Reading for Special Ed Teachers
Behavior Management for Special Ed Teachers
ARD and IEP Training for Special Ed Teachers

Secondary teachers receive the following additional training:

Teaming and Communication in the classroom
Teaching in Urban Schools
Reading in the Content
Critical Thinking in the Classroom
And the good news about the training fee is that if you have to repeat a course or put the program on pause for any reason, this fee will never be re-assessed. Unlike other programs, at ECAP you only pay your training fee once.

Note: If you secure a teaching position prior to training, then we will roll the $400 training fee into your Internship Program payroll deducted fees. This way you do not have to pay the $400 up front!

Internship Program Fee $400 for 10 months

When you receive your first job as a teacher of record, ECAP assigns an advisor to you. You will have access to your advisor throughout the year as you need them, and the advisor will visit your classroom periodically to make sure that you are being successful.

Your advisor’s primary mission is to make you a successful teacher. Our advisors’ resumes speak for themselves. Most of them are retired school administrators who were hand-picked by ECAP. The quality of our advisors is the primary difference between ECAP and our competitors. Also included in this fee is the documenting of your qualification and recommending of certificates as needed during the program.

ECAP is always communicating with partnering school districts and with the Texas Education Agency on behalf of our interns to make sure that you remain in compliance with state and local rules.

Total Cost $4,550

Once all your fees have been paid in full, you will be issued your Standard Certificate.

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