Child care workers care and nurture children of all ages in a variety of settings. Students in the Early Care and Education of Young Children learn how to play an important role in a child’s development by attending to a child’s basic needs, organizing activities and assisting in the development of their emotional, intellectual and social growth. The physical environment, the ability to work well with all types of kids, learning about adaptability, and patience are a few things you will study when you become part of the ECEYC program at LCTI. This program offers students the opportunity to learn skills needed to work in early childhood facilities, Head Start programs, other job child centered occupations as well help building foundational skills for a career in elementary education.
Students in Early Care and Education of Young Children will:
DPW 600 hour assistant group supervisor certification
CDA Ready Certificate
College opportunities are available for this program