Steps to Enroll in Certification Courses

Summer 2021 - Available courses
Course ID Course Name Faculty Session Dates
TSL3080 ESOL Issues and Strategies Ludtke 2 5/12 - 6/22/21
RED3342 Foundations of Reading Santiago 2 5/12 - 6/22/21

Important Note: Register early to secure a spot in the class you need in order to obtain your professional certificate in a timely fashion. The Fall Term schedule and Registration Request will be available online: Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

Complete the admissions process by submitting a Broward College Application.

After applying please submit your residency documents

Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended to the Office of the College Registrar. You may request to have the transcripts sent electronically to Broward College or mail official, sealed hard copies to:

Broward College
Office of the College Registrar
4205 Bonaventure Blvd.
Weston, FL 33332

Submit a Courses for Certification Request Form for the term in which you intend to begin the program. 

This form must be submitted every term for which you wish to take courses.

Submit a copy of your Temporary Educator's Certificate or Professional Educator's Certificate to Mr. Leo Julien at You may scan or take a picture of the document and email it directly. In addition, you will be required to submit your Temporary Educator's Certificate or Professional Educator's Certificate every term in which you wish to take courses. Please note you will not be registered for courses for certification until you have submitted your documentation every term.

Once we receive all the necessary documents, your advisor will register you for the courses in which you specified on your application. Be sure that you select your courses based on what the FLDOE has required you to take as it appears on your Statement of Eligibility (SOE). Once registration has been completed you will be notified via email to confirm your schedule and submit payment for the course(s). For information please contact Mr. Leo Julien at or call 954-201-2504.


Contact the FLDOE Certification Office Directly: 800-445-6739

The first step is for the educator to submit the application and fee for an evaluation of the courses on their official transcripts. When the application is processed, the educator will receive a statement of status of eligibility letter that lists any missing requirements. The statement of status of eligibility letter will remain valid for 3 years from the date that it is processed, which will allow the educator plenty of time to complete any missing requirements without being required to reapply or pay the fee again.

Please see the instructions below for steps on how to order an official transcript to be sent for review after you complete all of your classes for the endorsement you are looking to add. You may either:

Have the transcript sent directly to the FLDOE

Recommended: Have the official transcripts sent to yourself. Do not open the envelope (it needs to remain official). Write your FLDOE number on the front of the envelope, and send in another envelope certified (for tracking purposes) to the FLDOE

Please refer to the following registrar website:


Official Transcripts:

  • Order official Broward College transcripts or check the status of a previous order through ⦁ Credentials Solutions, Inc.
  • Current students may also order transcripts through their myBC portal.

Each official transcript incurs a $5.00 fee. All financial obligations must be paid in full prior to official transcripts being released. You may contact Credentials at 847-716-3005 with questions about transcript orders.

Please Note: The Office of the Registrar is currently working remotely due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19. At this time, ‘transcript pick-up’ is currently unavailable. Please reference 'Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates' for the status of the reopening of the college.

Educators are able to complete these endorsement courses at any time, and the endorsement can be added to a Temporary Certificate as long as the educator has a valid (unexpired) Temporary Certificate and has submitted an application (along with payment).

No, there’s no expiration date for courses, although an educator’s application is valid for one year. When the applicant receives a statement of status of eligibility (SOE), these statements are valid for three years. If the applicant does not meet the requirements and submit them to the FLDOE within this timeframe, they will need to compete another application and pay the processing fee.

The recommendation would be to apply for the endorsement and wait for the SOE to be issued. Please keep in mind that the application fee is specifically for reviewing and processing applications, so the FLDOE does not provide course approvals for applicants who do not have an open application.

To add a subject or endorsement to any certificate, an application is required.