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Certificate In Education: Early Childhood Care and Education Specialisation

Education, Education/Education, Education/Special Education

  • Location:
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Address:
    UTT Corinth Campus/ UTT Valsayn Campus
  • Type:
    Part time
  • Definition:
    Further learning
  • Certification:
    Certificate
  • Duration:
    1.5 years

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Course Details

Certificate In Education: Early Childhood Care and Education Specialisation

Description:

The Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education programme is designed for persons to gain qualifications at the Certificate level which would provide them with the required competencies to support young children’s development and learning.

The programme also allows for progression from the Certificate to Degree, as students who successfully complete the Certificate programme can matriculate and receive credit towards theBachelor of Education Degree – Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) specialisation programme.

Mode and Duration: Part Time ONLY; One and a half years (18 Months)

Available Full Time: No
Available Part Time: Yes
 

Programme Venue:

  1. UTT Corinth Campus
  2. UTT Valsayn Campus
 

Entry Requirements:

  • Passes in a minimum of five (5) subjects at CXC (CSEC) General Proficiency level in Grades I or II and from 1998, Grade III or equivalent GCE O’Levels including Grades A, B or C inclusive of Mathematics, English Language and a Science subject; OR
  • Mature Entry
  • A Certificate in basic Early Childhood Care and Education
  • A Combination of relevant experience and qualifications
  • Must be in possession of a Police Certificate of Good Character (or produce a copy of the Official Receipt for a Police Certificate of Good Character pending the submission of a Police Certificate of Good Character)
 
 

Application Deadline:

September 3, 2012
 
 

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