Teacher Advancement Program
The Graduate Program in Education’s Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) courses are designed to provide current teachers with continuing education to increase their knowledge and effectiveness in the classroom. Vanguard University and TAP have partnered with College Credit Connection (CCC) to provide a wide variety of learning formats to teachers.The courses are graduate level and may be eligible for salary advancement units. The Teacher Advancement Program is a non-degree seeking program and courses may not transfer to another institution of higher education for credit. TAP’s courses are offered through a variety of instructional formats and delivery methods, including videos and DVDs, traditional face-to-face, online platforms, post-conference and CEU practicum, and independent study. Face-to-face courses generally last from five to seven class periods and are offered in various locations throughout California. A wide range of topics and courses are available on the CCC website that offers various learning formats, course intervals, timing and delivery methods. Courses are taught by highly qualified instructors with educational and professional backgrounds in teaching and learning. Teachers who hold a bachelor’s degree are eligible to enroll in TAP courses. Additional information about the TAP program can be found athttp://www.CollegeCreditConnection.com.
The Teacher Advancement Program operates on a year round, three semester basis (Fall, Spring and Summer). Courses begin at various intervals throughout the year.Students may enroll at http://www.CollegeCreditConnection.com by following the Enroll link after choosing a course. Check the current course schedulereflects any pre-registration requirements.
The Teacher Advancement Program follows the same semester end dates as the traditional undergraduate college. TAP start dates for each semester always begin the following day after the end of each traditional undergraduate college semester.