FTCE Business Education 6-12 Online Course

FTCE Business Education 6-12 Online Course

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The NavaED Florida Teacher Certification Exam (FTCE) Business Education 6-12 Online Course is a virtual learning program to pass the Business Education 6-12 exam.

The competencies covered in this online course include:

  • Competency 1 – Knowledge of information technology
  • Competency 2 – Knowledge of business communications
  • Competency 3 – Knowledge of accounting and personal finance
  • Competency 4 – Knowledge of business management and administrative procedures
  • Competency 5 – Knowledge of entrepreneurship and marketing
  • Competency 6 – Knowledge of business law and ethics
  • Competency 7 – Knowledge of foundations, teaching methods, and professional development
  • Competency 8 – Knowledge of international business
  • Competency 9 – Knowledge of career development

This online course includes:

  • Videos created by certified teachers and FTCE experts that provide an explanation of the competencies and skills assess on the exam
  • 2-hour pre-recorded webinar with presentation slides
  • Strategies and tips to overcome test anxiety and manage time
  • Progress tracking
  • Audio and visual features
  • Video explanations of practice questions

This online course also comes with the digital book which includes: 

  • Detailed descriptions of each competency with examples
  • 2 practice tests
  • 175 practice questions
  • Detailed answer explanations for every practice question

IMPORTANT: After you purchase a NavaED online course, you will receive a welcome email containing a link to create an account on our online learning platform. If you do not see the email, check your spam/promotions folder. If you still do not see it, email info@NavaED.com, and it will be our pleasure to troubleshoot any issues you are having.

By purchasing this online course, you agree to our copyright policy. This online course is for one user only. Providing access to additional people or reproducing NavaED content is a violation of copyright law.