WETL CETL Learning Cohort Registration
A partnership between WETL, WI DPI, school districts, and business partners has been developed to support the professional learning needs of leaders in the educational technology field. By participating in CoSN/WETL Certified Educational Technology Leader learning cohorts, individuals will be better prepared to sit for the CETL Examination.

Please complete this form to sign up for our WETL CETL study group, registration is limited and closes THREE WEEKS prior to each study session.

Three eight-week CETL study sessions are available.

The WETL CETL Learning Cohort is FREE to the first 12 individuals to register. All CETL materials and weekly learning cohort meetings are FREE. There are CETL CoSN materials available for purchase directly through CoSN. Participants will be expected to pay up front for the CETL Exam costs. Upon successful completion of the CETL Learning Cohort and CETL Certification as indicated by the course facilitator, WETL will reimburse you for the member cost of the exam (up to current member pricing-$299). If professional development costs are part of your school district's responsibility, we will not reimburse the school district.

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Current WETL/CoSN Member *
My educational institution is currently a member of WETL & CoSN. Membership can be confirmed here: http://www.cosn.org/cosn-membership-directory
CETL Eligibility *
What are the eligibility requirements to apply to take the CETL? There is no qualification process for participating in CETL training courses, however there are minimum education and experience requirements to sit for the exam. Participating in this course does not guarantee qualification to sit for the exam. To apply for the CETL® exam, applicants must, at a minimum, have a bachelor’s degree plus four years of education technology experience. Education technology experience is defined as demonstrable experience in the three primary professional categories of the Framework, which are: Leadership & Vision; Understanding the Educational Environment; and Managing Technology & Support Services. If the candidate does not have a bachelor’s degree, s/he must have at least seven years of demonstrable experience in education technology and appeal to the Certification Governance Committee, in writing, with an explanation of this experience and a signed recommendation from the candidate’s supervisor.
CoSN/WETL Membership *
Encourage the district/organization the professional works for to join CoSN and WETL so each participant is eligible for the lower cost of preparation materials and the examination. If the district is not a member, WETL will only reimburse up to the member cost of the exam.
Choose a WETL CETL Learning Cohort in which to participate. *
Each WETL CETL Learning Cohort is FREE to the first 12 registrants. (Fall 2018 is closed).
Successful Completion and Exam Fee Reimbursement *
Pay up front for the CETL examination or ask the district to pay for this exam as a professional learning experience equal to that of a conference or other professional activity. Enrollee may apply for reimbursement of the cost of the exam if paid for with personal funds.
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