Catholic education during early childhood is increasingly important in today's world. It is critical in helping to develop children's moral, spiritual, and social values, as well as providing a foundation for lifelong learning.
This program helps students to master knowledge regarding the growth and development of a young child within the Catholic framework. The topics include: the cognitive and physical development of the young child, language acquisition, curriculum development, health and safety guidelines, and family/community relationship building.
This program is carefully designed to aid Teachers in gaining knowledge on the various aspects of Catholic education in early childhood through interactive activities, videos, quizzes, and real-life scenarios.
This program will cover the following topics:
This program will prepare learners for job titles including Early childhood educator, Early childhood specialist, Preschool teacher, Preschool director, Early childcare administrator, Instructional Assistant, Early childhood special educator, and Early childhood curriculum developer.
The salaries of Early childhood educators in the US range from $21,240 to $46,250 per year. The median annual salary for an early childhood educator is $31,000. Entry-level positions may pay as little as $21,000 per year, while experienced educators can earn up to $45,000 or more. Salaries may also be affected by education level and certifications.
This program will equip learners with the following skills:
This program will equip learners with the following work competencies: