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CPR Training:
Interested in getting CPR training for a discounted price? Please contact Delgel Pabalan at depabalan@sjcoe.net or (209) 817-8087.

COVID Protocols as of August 25, 2021:
Teachers College of San Joaquin (TCSJ) and the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) follow the guidance of local, state, and federal public health agencies when addressing confirmed coronavirus cases among its students, faculty and staff. The SJCOE is in regular contact with the San Joaquin County Department of Public Health (SJCDPH) and has protocols in place to ensure quick and decisive communication and action as needed. Our decisions are guided by the safety and welfare of our campus community and our goal of providing a quality educational experience for our students.

Please click on the following link to view the current protocols for TCSJ Students related to COVID: https://bit.ly/TCSJCOVIDProtocols.

AB130 Coursework Options to Meet Subject Matter (e.g. CSET):
On July 9, 2021, the Governor signed Assembly Bill 130 which included new options for candidates to meet the subject matter competence requirements. The new law would allow candidates to mix and match coursework and applicable examination subtests. Although this law takes effect immediately, work at the CTC still needs to be done in order to fully implement this law. It is anticipated that this will not occur until early fall. Stay tuned for more details!

Basic Skills (CBEST) Coursework Options:
On July 13th, an announcement was made regarding new legislation that provides additional options for ways in which candidates can meet the Basic Skills requirement (ie: CBEST), which now includes coursework options. If you would like TCSJ to evaluate your coursework to see if you meet the requirement via completed collegiate coursework, complete this online form: https://signnow.com/s/MSYIjApp.