The Community College of Vermont (CCV) Child Care Certificate requires completion of 27 credits, ranging from Child Development to Introduction to Nutrition and Communication in the Early Childhood Education Workplace.
The courses in the certificate also align with-
- the Child Care Apprenticeship contracted courses
- the Program Director Credential for early childhood and afterschool program directors- required coursework
- Afterschool Professional Credential coursework
- The CCV Associate Degree in early childhood education
- May transfer credit toward a Bachelor Degree program
Talk with a CCV Academic Advisor-
- To learn how to get ready for college coursework and start as a CCV student
- To find courses that fit your schedule
- To explore paying for college
- To find courses that will transfer to a four-year institution of your choice
Help to get your CCV Child Care Certificate
The Child Development Division offers scholarships to help pay for college courses for those working in regulated child care. The application is on their website.
The Child Care Apprenticeship program in Vermont contracts with CCV to offer 6 college courses related to working in early childhood programs. These courses are free of charge to Apprentices. They are also open at a low cost to child care staff who are not enrolled Apprentices, if there is room in the class.
Once you earn your CCV Child Care certificate, apply for a Level IIIA certificate.