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Professional Credential for Infants/Toddlers (Wisconsin)

17-307-3 Technical Certificate
Campus: Online

Certificate Availability Varies


The Professional Credential for Infants/Toddlers (Wisconsin) is designed for and will benefit infant/toddler educators, teacher's assistants, program directors and administrators from full day and half day early care and education programs including: child care centers, family child care homes, Head Start, pre-kindergarten, early intervention programs, and preschool or nursery schools. Students will gain knowledge of the unique skills and experience needed to provide nurturing, stimulating, high quality infant and toddler care.

Upon completion of certificate classes, students may apply to The Registry to commission for the Infants/Toddlers Credential, 5900 Monona Drive, Suite #205, Madison, WI 53716, 608.222.1123,

Special Features

To meet the needs of all students, the Professional Credential for Infants/Toddlers (Wisconsin) will be offered in a fully online environment. The flexibility and accessibility of distance learning allows students to decide where and when to attend class, eliminating the barriers that traditional classes often place on working students. As an online student, you can study from home, the office, or an Internet cafe - anywhere you can find a connection.

Students who successfully complete the Professional Credential for Infants/Toddlers (Wisconsin) may also have the opportunity to obtain the Infant Mental Health Endorsement offered via the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health.


Employers will expect you, after completing this certificate, to:

Related Programs


WITC offers a wide array of credit-based early childhood education courses, credentials, and degree options that align with the Youngstar requirements.

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