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Frequently Asked Questions

About T.E.A.C.H.

Early child care and education providers who:

  • Fall Term — July 15th

  • Spring Term — December 1st

  • Summer Term — April 15th

About Early Childhood Education and Community Colleges

There are many different courses a student can take. They include courses on child development, educational materials and activities, children’s art, working with parents, nutrition, teaching children with special needs and child care administration.

A high school diploma or equivalent is all you need. There is a skills assessment (Accuplacer) that is required to be completed before entry.

Contact the Early Childhood Education Coordinator at the college. You can reach him/her by calling the main number at the college. The Coordinator will tell you how to enroll and help you select your classes.

Classes are offered on a trimester-basis and each trimester lasts approximately 12-15 weeks. Generally the trimesters begin in January, May, and August.

CCV offers classes during the day, evenings, on weekends and online. Contact your local CCV site to find out what courses are available and when.