Why Certify?

There are many reasons to get an NVTA Certification

Master Technology

Teaching online can be a challenge. Learning how to master technology enables you to create a learning environment that is as good as – or even better than – learning in-person.


Improve your practice

You can become the best in the industry and show true dedication to your students and the profession.

Become a 21st Century Educator

Being a great teacher in the classroom is an amazing accomplishment. Learning how to do it both in-person and online allows you to really push the boundaries of what a 21st-century educator can be.

The NVTA Certification Creates Career Opportunities

  • Teachers taking the NVTA certification course have the option to gain 3-grad credits through Adams State University.
  • Every K-12 school is already investing in online education or will be investing in online education soon
  • Colleges are increasingly moving their classes online
  • Online education is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world
  • Enables teachers to create a new career that allows working from home
  • Students today live in a virtual environment socially and educationally
  • Separate yourself from the pack when applying for a job

How much does it cost to become a Certified Virtual Teacher?

There is a non-refundable fee for $599 to cover the cost of the program. This must be made prior to starting the program.

Included in the fee:

  • Access to the NVTA Digital Textbook
  • An assigned Evaluator for each stage
  • Access to the NVTA learning management system to upload videos and manage your certification progress
  • NVTA membership for 1 year
  • Access to video library once you complete the certification
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Access to a discussion board for any questions or concerns about coursework or the process

There is also an optional $165 fee to convert the NVTA certification course into 3 graduate credits through Adams State University

Are you ready to become a superhero for your students?


Have any questions?