• Credentialing
    Credentials provide students with the documented skills they need to compete in today’s economic environment. Many North Carolina Career and Technical Education students pursue college where their credentials may increase their opportunities for articulated college credits.
    North Carolina’s transition to credentialing supports the public schools by producing globally competitive students with 21st century skills. Credentialing opportunities are available in all CTE program areas.
    In 2013-14 Pitt County Schools students earned 3,485 credentials and ranked fifth in the state in terms of the total number of credentials earned. The credentials available for Pitt County Students are:
    • Career Readiness Certificate; Bronze, Silver, or Gold
    • CPR
    • EverFi
    • First Aid
    • Lead Teacher Equivalency
    • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010
    • Microsoft Office Access 2010
    • Microsoft Office Excel 2010
    • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Expert
    • Microsoft Office Word 2010
    • Microsoft Office Word 2010 Expert
    • National Consortium for Health Science
    • NC Hunter Education Certificate
    • NCCER Core Modules
    • NCCER Modules
    • Nurse Aide Registry
    • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Certification
    • ServSafe Food Protection Managers Certification

Last Modified on August 20, 2015