CLM Coordinator Certificate Program
Graduate Credit Option through WVU
The CLM Coordinator Certificate Program meets the requirements of the TUCCi Learning Solutions, Inc. (Tucci) as preparation for the CLM Coordinator Certification (CLM-CCord). This program is an instructor led, competency-based, four course sequence designed to prepare you with the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes to successfully lead, manage, and assure fidelity of in-house Competent Learner Model implementations.
Infant/Toddler Certificate (CDFS)
The Infant/Toddler Certificate is a specialized curriculum designed for child care teachers and providers, Head Start teachers and WVU students who want to obtain this specific body of knowledge and who need specific written recognition for their ability to work with young children Birth through three years of age.
Early Childhood Development Certificate (CDFS)
The Early Childhood Development Certificate is a specialized curriculum designed for those who work in Pre-K classrooms, in public school, Head Start, and child care centers, who must obtain a specific body of knowledge and need specific written recognition for their ability to work with preschool children. This is a free standing certificate, meaning that anyone can enroll without prior college course work or a degree, can take the 15 required hours, and (upon completion and passing of the course) will obtain the Early Childhood Certificate.
Early Childhood Director's Credentials (Online)
The Early Childhood Director's Credentials online program is designed for individuals who would like to earn the proper credentials to direct an early childhood care institution. To be admitted, a student will need to have already obtained a Bachelor of Science (or advanced degree) in Family and Consumer Sciences (Child Development or Birth through Pre-K), or a regent bachelor's degree with an area of emphasis in Child Development of Early Childhood.
Certificate in Health Professions Education
The Certificate in Health Professions Education (HPE) is designed to meet the needs of professionals looking to apply educational knowledge and skills in educational health care settings. The program is a joint offering from the School of Medicine (SoM) in the Health Science Center and the Educational Psychology program in the College of Education and Human Services (CEHS).