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Early Childhood Intervention Assistant Certificate of Achievement
This program requires 32 units of course work. The ECE “core” courses are included. Graduates holding this certificate are qualified as Teachers in schools and centers operating under the Title 22 regulations of Community Care Licensing. Graduates are qualified at the Teacher level on the Child Development Permit after completing the required 16 units of General Education. Many programs are also seeking one-on-one aides to work in inclusive early childhood classrooms.
|ECE 40 - Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning||3|
|ECE 50 - Early Childhood Principles and Practices||3|
|ECE 54 - Child Health, Safety and Nutrition||3|
|ECE 56 - Child Growth and Development||3|
|ECE 60 - Introduction to the Young Child with Exceptional Needs||3|
|ECE 62 - Child, Family and Community||3|
|ECE 63 - Early Childhood Curriculum||4|
|ECE 67 - Infant and Toddler Development and Caregiving||3|
|ECE 90 - Practicum - Supervised Experience||4|
|ECE 91 - Adaptive Curriculum for Children with Exceptional Needs||3|
|Total Units Required||32|
It is strongly recommended that students complete one additional Early Childhood Development course listed below. With this additional course and the required general education courses, a student would be eligible for the Master Teacher Permit on the Child Development Permit Matrix.
- Early Care and Education 83 (Adult Supervision) - 3 units.
Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure
Use the link below to view Las Positas Community Colleges Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure for this program.