While providing care for infants and toddlers can be challenging at times, it is always rewarding.

Keep up to date on the latest developments in the field and learn from experienced and knowledgeable instructors to build on your own experience providing care.

You’ll benefit from this credential if you are an infant/toddler teacher, teachers’ assistant, program director, or administrator at an early care center, or if you work in these settings:

  • Child care center
  • Family child care home
  • Head Start program
  • Pre-kindergarten
  • Early intervention program
  • Preschool

To earn your New York Infant-Toddler Care and Education Credential, you will need to complete the following three-credit courses:

  1. Infant-Toddler Development
  2. Group Care for Infants and Toddlers
  3. Family and Community Relationships
  4. Capstone Course: Infant-Toddler Credential

You can review your textbooks and:

  • Buy them online
  • Buy them from a bookstore
  • Check them out from your local library
  • Check them out from the Wisconsin Child Care Information Center

Register

The following courses are currently available for registration:

Course 1: Infant/Toddler Development

Course 2: Group Care for Infants and Toddlers

Course 3: Family and Community Relationships

Course 4: Infant/Toddler: Capstone