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Credentials/Certificates 

Credit for Prior Learning

This course examines early childhood professional experience for the purpose of receiving credit for prior learning.  Course competencies include: access needed support services on campus and online: analyze professionalism in the early childhood field; identify core-abilities; identify what a competency is within a course; examine the courses and outcomes of the WTCS Early Childhood Education program; analyze performance assessment; compare professional experience with early childhood competencies; compile materials for performance assessment of course(s); determine plan of action for program completion.

Credit For Prior Learning Fall 2014


Family Child Care Certificate

For family child care providers or individuals seeking to become family child care providers. Students will examine the unique aspects of family child care with strong emphasis on the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC) Quality Standards and the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards.

Family Child Care Certificate Courses 2014-2015


Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Certificate

The ASD certificate is for teachers who have students with autism in their classrooms, parents of children with autism, paraprofessionals working with students who have special needs, and professionals in fields such as social work, nursing and child development.  This certificate will help students develop skills, strategies and techniques to promote educational and social success in individuals who have been diagnosed with ASD.

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Certificate Courses 2014-2015


WI Model Early Learning Standards

This course enhances the student's ability to analyze the guiding principles and the five developmental domains related to the WI Early Learning Standards, apply to WMELS to various developmentally appropriate curriculum models, activities and assessments, integrate the WI Early Learning Standards into the program's teaching cycle, and evaluate learning and assessment activities using the early learning standards for each child.

Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards Fall 2014


WI Professional Credential for Child Care Administrators

The Wisconsin Professional Credential for Child Care Administrators prepares participants with administrative and supervisory skills needed for early childhood administrators: roles and responsibilities, financial management and planning, operations management, external factors affecting operations, and best practices for children and families in early childhood programs. Participants include anyone in the leadership role of center management or in line for a leadership role.

FVTC is excited to bring the Administration Credential to you in a convenient format – with limited face to face class meetings at FVTC’s Appleton campus. Earn your Credential in just one year!

Administration Credential Courses 2014-2015


Register Today!

Online: www.fvtc.edu/register
In Person: At any FVTC location
Phone: 1-866-562-3882


For more information, contact Kathy Meetz, Department Chair, Early Childhood Education.

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