• WorkKeys Testing: Proficiency Certificate for Teacher Assistants

    If you would like to take WorkKeys tests in order to obtain a Proficiency Certificate for Teacher Assistants, please call the CCC Oregon City campus Testing Center at 503-594-3283 to make an appointment.

    You will need to pay $75 to Enrollment Services in the front lobby of Roger Rook Hall, room 110. This fee covers taking each test once, and the materials for one classroom evaluation. You will then bring the receipt to the Testing Center to take your WorkKeys tests.

    When you come in for your WorkKeys test appointment, be sure to bring the name and address of a teacher or school administrator who has observed you in the past, or is willing to do so now. When you complete your tests, we will need to send that person a classroom evaluation to complete on your behalf.

    If you do not pass one of the WorkKeys evaluation areas, there is a fee to re-take that section:

    $15: Writing
    $6: Math
    $6: Reading
    $30: Classroom evaluation

     

  • Contact our Testing Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Email us: testing@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3283

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