Child Development Permit
The Child Development Permit is issued by the State of California, Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). The permit is not required by Title 22 licensed schools, but government funded schools do require it (Head Start, LAUP, college campus programs, state funded preschools). The permit is valuable and the positions that require the permit, tend to have a higher pay rate.
More information on the Child Development Permit can be found from the CTC. Please click HERE to learn about the requirements for the Child Development Permit.
The Child Development Training Consortium often has funding to assist with the application fee for to the permit. Funding is first come, first served. Apply for a Child Development Permit stipend HERE.
Effective Fall 2021: 24 units of required core courses for the Child Development TEACHER Permit through CSULB are the following:
- CDFS 111 THE PRESCHOOL CHILD
- CDFS 211GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN
- CDFS 214 ENVIRONMENTS FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN or CDFS 215 ENVIRONMENTS FOR INFANT/TODDLERS
- CDFS 310 DIVERSITY IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT
- CDFS 311 PRENATAL DEVELPOMENT, INFANCY, AND TODDLERHOOD
- CDFS 315 OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT WITH YOUNG CHILDREN
- CDFS 414 FIELDWORK WITH PRESCHOOL CHILDREN or 415 FIELDWORK WITH INFANTS/TODDLERS
- CDFS 413 CHILD, FAMILY, AND THE COMMUNITY
*You may quality for the Site Supervisor Permit with a BA degree with additional 12 units of CD/ECE and 3 units of field work.