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Emergency substitute teacher applications for district EMPLOYMENT ARE NOT submitted through the EPSB; however, the applicant must apply for and receive the one-year emergency certified substitute certification through the EPSB website. Instructions on this application form should be received at the district personnel office. General information is found below.
Each individual Kentucky school district takes applications for their district's Emergency Substitute Teachers. To be eligible to substitute teach on an emergency basis, the applicant must meet the following requirements:
How to Apply for Emergency Substitute Certification
Documents may be mailed to the Division of Certification at the address in the footer of this page.
NOTE: ANY certificate for substitute teaching is valid for substitute teaching only; it is NOT valid for continuous part-time employment for classroom teaching or as a permanent replacement for a teacher of record.
Emergency Substitute Certification Application Assistance
The documents on this page are provided for districts and applicants for emergency certified substitute teaching positions as a general guide to obtaining the One-year Certificate for Emergency Certified Teaching via the online CA-4 application process.
APPLICANTS should be aware:
How To Create Your EPSB Account
By creating an account on the EPSB Web Portal, you can monitor your certification process, ensure the most recent assessment scores are updated, and pay necessary fees using ePay. These assessment scores do not constitute an official record. If you would like an official record of your scores you will need to contact ETS.
CA-4 Online for Districts PowerPoint
CA-4 Batch Process