The GaTAPP is best-suited for college-educated professionals with a bachelor’s degree or higher, who are looking for flexibility in how the requirements of the program are completed. The program is job-embedded; a participant must be employed at least half-time in a school; however, a GaTAPP pathway does not lead to college credit or to a degree. The time needed to complete the pathways ranges from one to three years. During this time, the participant is employed as a teacher, engaging in a variety of learning experiences that may include a class such as Essentials of Effective Teaching, seminars, and other job-embedded professional learning. The GaTAPP program is an umbrella entity for all non-traditional routes to certification. It includes the pathways to the following qualifications: Intern Certificate, One-Year Supervise Practicum certificate, Advanced Degree Altenative Certificate, Adjunct License, and Clinical Practice Certificate.