WITC offers professional inclusion credentialExpand your knowledge in special education to meet the needs of children and families in early childhood programs.
Expand your knowledge in special education to meet the needs of children and families in early childhood programs.
The Wisconsin Professional Inclusion Credential at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College provides participants with comprehensive training opportunities and resources to better support children and their families in an inclusive environment.
Four hands-on and interactive courses are required to obtain the credential. The WITC courses include ECE: Children with Differing Abilities; Special Health Care Needs; Behavioral and Emotional Challenges; and Capstone Course: Family and Team-Centered Practice.
Online classes for WITC’s Special Health Care Needs course begin Oct. 12, followed by a lab session 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Oct. 17 in New Richmond and Superior. Ashland and Rice Lake will host the second lab session on Dec. 5.
This course covers a wide variety of special health care needs that play significant roles in the lives of children and families.
The requires two full-day Saturday lab sessions.
Instruction takes place in-person, and in an online environment. By providing this method of learning, students can benefit from meeting the instructor on a regular basis, face-to-face on campus, while still enjoying the flexibility that online learning offers. A WITC Early Childhood Education instructor and Associate Degree-Nursing instructor will facilitate the in-person classes.
For more information, call (800) 243-9482 or visit www.witc.edu.