Early Childhood Education - 50190

(600 clock hours)

The Early Childhood Education Program focuses on broad, transferable skills and stresses understanding and demonstration of the following elements of the Early Childhood industry: planning, management, technical skills, community issues, health issues, safety practices, environmental issues, and developmentally appropriate practices for children.

Degree Requirements

Required Program Option One:

HEV V110Early Childhood Education I (O)

150 hours

HEV V130Early Childhood Education II (O)

150 hours

HEV V137Early Childhood Education III (O)

150 hours

HEV V158Early Childhood Education IV (O)

150 hours

Required Program Option Two:

HEV V110Early Childhood Education I (O)

150 hours

HEV V130Early Childhood Education II (O)

150 hours

HEV V137Early Childhood Education III (O)

150 hours

HEV V158Early Childhood Education IV (O)

150 hours

and select 30 hours from:

HEV V118Family Day Care Worker Training (O)

3 - 30 hours

Or

HEV V11530-Hour Statewide Childcare Training (O)

30 hours

Or

HEV V132Child Growth and Development (O)

6 hours

HEV V166Health, Safety and Nutrition (O)

8 hours

HEV V181Behavioral Observation and Screening in Child Care (O)

6 hours

HEV V199Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (O)

4 hours

and select one:

HEV V805Rules and Regulations (O)

6 hours

Or

HEV V806Family Child Care Rules and Regulations (O)

6 hours

and select one

HEV V116Introduction to Preschool Practices (O)

10 hours

HEV V126Special Needs (O)

10 hours