What Classes Does One Have to Take to Get a Paraprofessional Certificate in NH?

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The state of New Hampshire has a voluntary certification system for para professional jobs. There are two levels of certification available. For Paraeducator I certificate, you will need a high school diploma of a GED. You will have an assessment an documentation of competencies submitted to the Bureau of Credentialing. For Paraeducator II Certificate, you will need an associates degree or 2 years of college education, or completion of the portfolio process offered through the Center for Paraeducator Professional Development, or a passing score on a paraeducator II assessment through the Bureau of Credentialing.
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