Child Care Technician
The Child Care Technician program is the beginning of a track that can lead to a degree as an Early Childhood Associate. You will learn about the growth and development of children. Their needs, interests, and learning activities designed to meet those needs and interests will be explored. After graduation, you will be prepared to continue your education or to find employment opportunities in preschools, recreation centers, public school systems, and programs like Head Start. You could also choose to open your own daycare or be employed as a nanny.
Courses are offered in online or face–to–face formats.
Podcast: Shout from the Hills talks to Early Childhood Education students as they design a special science lesson, teaching children at the Indian Hills Child Development Center about the life cycle of tomatoes.
Listen in, as the kids plant their seedlings. Listen now
Entry: Fall or Winter Term
Length: 3 terms (9 months)
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Gina Buttikofer, Program Director
phone: (641) 683-5317 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5317
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