I am a Teaching Assistant in a Center / Family Home and I want to...
become an ECEAP Assistant Teacher
An ECEAP Assistant Teacher demonstrates competency to implement program activities under the direction of a Lead Teacher. An assistant Teacher must provide developmentally appropriate early childhood education and ensure a safe learning environment for all ECEAP hours regardless of the model type (Part-Day, Full School Day or Extended Day). View ECEAP Standards for more information: https://dcyf.wa.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/eceap/2019-20ECEAPPerformanceStandards.pdf
Must meet one of the following qualifications:
- obtain 12 college quarter credits in ECE or obtain a WA State Initial Certificate or higher (Upon hire, or may have a PD Plan)
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