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Teacher Prep / Early Care

TEACHER PREP / EARLY CARE

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WWTC's Teacher Prep/Early Childcare program prepares students for a rewarding career in education, child development centersk and daycare. It presents the opportunity to shape the lives of children of all ages, exploring career opportunities in education, early childhood care, and early child education. Observations and internships in public schools and licensed child care facilities are an important part of the program. Students can earn Paraprofessional, Early Childcare, and Early Childcare Education  certifications. 

Direct-Teacher Led Class
Teacher Prep SOC Code: 25-9042.00

Early Care SOC Code: 39-9011.00

 

Application Process

Tuition Waiver

College Credit


CERTIFICATIONS
Early Childhood Education
Education Fundamentals
Entry Level Child Care Training

 

CURRICULUM / HOURS – Teacher Prep

Educator of Tomorrow 90
School and Society 80
Student Learner 120
Educators Commitment to Excellence 120
FACS Career Readiness – Advanced 30
Teacher Prep Capstone 85
TOTAL HOURS 525

 

CURRICULUM / HOURS – Early Care

Introduction to Early Care 40
Child Development I 75
Child Development II 75
Program Types and Environments 45
Health and Safety for Children 75
Nutrition for children 35
Guidance 75
FACS Career Readiness Core 30
Child Care and Development Portfolio 45
Safety in Early Care I 30
TOTAL HOURS 525

 

COST – Teacher Prep

Tuition – In-District $1,418
Tuition – Out-of-District $1,575
Fees $405
Books

$131

 

COST – Early Care

Tuition – In-District $1,418
Tuition – Out-of-District $1,575
Fees $390
Books

$131

 

STUDENT ORGANIZATION

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. It is the only career and technical in-school student organization with family as its central focus. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities.

 

 

INSTRUCTOR
Deborah Fogle
dfogle@wwtech.edu