Early Childhood Education
NEXT CLASS BEGINS AUGUST 21, 2017
The Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Professional Certification Program (ECPC) prepares students for employment as early childhood educators, lead preschool teachers, child development specialists, directors/owners, and family day care home operators. Included are the following major areas of training: child growth and development, health, safety, nutrition, behavior guidance techniques, child abuse and neglect, rules and regulations governing child care, community and environmental issues, lesson and program planning, implementation of developmentally appropriate practices for children-birth through age eight, inclusion of children with special needs, interpersonal relations, communication, balancing family, school and work, employability skills, labor issues, entrepreneurship, and management and finance.
Total Program Length: 600 Hours
|Part Time||36 Weeks||Monday-Friday||9:15 am-12:45 pm|
Industry Certifications Available:
Students will be prepared to take an approved state and/or nationally recognized industry certification or licensure exam in their field of study.
Florida Department of Education
Council for Professional Recognition
Florida Department of Children and Families
Degree College Credit Transfer Opportunity:
Students who complete the Early Childhood Education program may be eligible to articulate nine (9) college credits to a State of Florida university or college.
Contact Information: Ms. Rachel Victor, Counselor for Early Childhood Education
Approximate Total Program Cost – Tuition and Fees (Books and Materials are Extra): *
Florida Resident $1760.00*
Prices are subject to change without notice.*
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