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The Program for Infant/Toddler Care PITC – Philosophy & Approach

Every infant comes into the world eager to learn. PITC emphasizes infant/toddler care that is based on relationship planning, not lesson planning, and on the most current early development and care research. Caregivers and teachers learn to get "in tune" with each infant they serve and learn from the individual what he or she needs, thinks, and feels. PITC is recognized worldwide as the source for high quality infant/toddler care training and materials.  (With permission from The Program for Infant/Toddler Care)

We would like to congratulate Stephanie Dockweiler, President of QS2, on receiving her Certifications in the Program for Infant/Toddler Care curriculum.

Module I: Social – Emotional Growth and Socialization:

  • Temperament and Individual Differences
  • Guidance and Discipline
  • Social – Emotional Milestones
  • Responsive Care–giving
  • Meeting Children's Emotional Needs

Module II: Group Care

  • Making It Happen: Individualized Care and Small Groups
  • Environments for Group Care
  • Respectful Care
  • More Than Just Routine
  • Primary Caregiving and Continuity of Care

Module III: Culture, Families and Providers:

  • Brain Development In Infancy
  • Discoveries Of Infancy
  • Language Development, Communication & Culture
  • Special Needs

Module IV: Learning and Development

  • Responding To Families
  • Harmonizing Cultural Diversity
  • Acknowledge, Ask & Adapt
  • Protective Urges

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