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Professional Inclusion Credential (Wisconsin)

17-307-6 Technical Certificate 
Campus: Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Superior

Certificate Availability Varies


If you are an early childhood educator who pursues the Professional Inclusion Credential (Wisconsin), you will expand your knowledge in special education to better meet the needs of children and families in your programs. Courses will cover a broad range of topics including: behavior and emotional challenges, special healthcare needs, examination of legal and ethical issues related to special education, adaptive curriculum, and how to develop partnerships with families and community service professionals.

Special Features

Courses will be offered to accommodate those working full time in the field. With this in mind, courses will be offered in blended format that will include both in-person, online, and ITV (Interactive Television) instructional formats. Upon completion of certificate classes, students may apply to The Registry for the Wisconsin Professional Inclusion Credential, 2517 Seiferth Road, Madison, WI 53716, 608.222.1123,

Student Profile

As a student in this certificate, you should:

Preparation for Admission

As a student in this certificate, you should strive to reach a comfort level in the following courses or skills:


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


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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