San Mateo County Community College District – The San Mateo County Community College District provides Early Childhood Education classes that can be applied toward certificates, Associate Degrees, and Bachelor’s Degrees. Please click here for more information on ECE opportunities at Canada College or Skyline College. You can also contact the Retention Specialist, Jamie Hui (650)306-3404 firstname.lastname@example.org, Canada College or Kristina Brower ECE/EDU Program Services Coordinator/Adviser (650)738-4304 email@example.com, Skyline College.
San Mateo County Office of Education, Early Learning Quality and Inclusion Partnership (EQ+IP) offers a variety of trainings and workshops for Early Childhood Education professionals. Please visit the County Office of Education website for more information
Skyline College is offering Infant Toddler Environments ECE 225 this Fall!
If you are interested in learning …
How to design and plan quality environments for infant and toddlers
Best teaching strategies for engaging young learners
ECE 225 is the class for you! (This class counts toward the licensing requirement for working with children under 2 years of age)
Professor Sujatha Venkataraman
ECE 225 (3 units)
Mon & Wed 11:10am-12:25pm
Building 13-216 @ Cañada College
Register at websmart.smccd.edu
ECE 225 Flyer
NEW! RACE TO THE TOP E-LEARNING MODULES
The Child Care Licensing Program is pleased to announce the soft launch of our new e-learning modules! These online modules were accomplished as a result of the Federal Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge Grant. It is our vision these e-Learning modules will serve to educate child care providers on how to ensure compliance with licensing laws and regulations, provide technical assistance to child care providers and consumers related to health and safety of children, and provide the public and licensing staff with resources and information related to child care licensing.
We invite you to view these modules online at https://ccld.childcarevideos.org or via link from our Child Care Licensing Homepage at http://www.ccld.ca.gov/PG411.htm. The e-learning modules are a valuable tool for individuals working with both prospective and current child care providers, as well as those who want to learn more about child care licensing in California.
Please view the videos and share accordingly. For technical support please contact the child care program office main line at: (916) 651-6040.