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Florida Child Care Professional Credential

The Florida Child Care Professional Credential, Birth to Age 5, is awarded through The Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF). It is a 12 college credit program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide quality childcare programs. The completion of these courses coupled with 480 hours of observation or work experience with children birth through 5 qualifies the student for the FCCPC. Additionally these courses can be transferred into Early Childhood Technical Certificate programs, AS or AA Early Childhood degrees. Contact the program coordinator for additional information and assistance with your FCCPC application. Continue Reading Florida Child Care Professional Credential

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Infant / Toddler Specialization

The Baby-CT College Technical Certificate is a 12 college-credit program designed to provide students with the skills and information needed to design a developmentally appropriate environment and curriculum for infants and toddlers. This program is composed of selected college-credit courses offered within the AS and AA Early Childhood degree programs and will count toward those degrees. Continue Reading Infant / Toddler Specialization

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Early Childhood Teacher

The Pre-K College Technical Certificate is a 12 college credit program designed to provide students with the skills needed to design developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children and enable them to begin careers as early childhood education caregivers with a preschool specialization. Additionally, the courses can be transferred into appropriate technical certificate programs within Early Childhood or can be used in either the AS or AA Early Childhood degree programs. Please contact the program coordinator for advising. Continue Reading Early Childhood Teacher

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Early Childhood Intervention

The CHD-CT Child Development and Early Intervention Technical Certificate is a 36- college credit program designed to prepare students as entry level teachers in a child care or pre-school program. Upon completion of this program, students will have earned their FCCPC along with Pre-K and Infant/Toddler specialization certificates. This program is composed of selected college credit courses offered within the AS Early Childhood degree program and will count toward that degree. Selected credits will count toward the Early Childhood Teacher Pre-Primary AA program. Continue Reading Early Childhood Intervention

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Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education is concerned with the education, guidance and daily care of young children. Early Childhood professionals plan and implement activities that stimulate children’s intellectual, social, emotional and physical development. Completion of the program prepares students to teach in or to operate a child care center, preschool program, or a home child care center. Students will gain insight into working with children from birth through age 8. Course components focus on all aspects of early childhood including curriculum development, behavior management techniques, and forming partnerships with parents and the community. Continue Reading Early Childhood Education

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Early Childhood Education

Provides the first two years of a baccalaureate degree program in early childhood education. Early childhood covers the ages from birth to eight years. Students should consult with an advisor at the college or university they plan to attend for the specific courses recommended by that institution. We strongly encourage you to contact Pensacola State College Education Department for assistance in planning your program of study. Continue Reading Early Childhood Education