Teacher Education

Whether you are interested in honing your skills in a certificate program, or working your way to a bachelor degree in teaching, we can help you achieve your dream.

2013-2014-CF-1-Poster-11x17-BS-Early-Childhood.jpgDegrees and Certificates

We offer college credit certificate programs in Childcare Center Management and Early Intervention. Our Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education and our Associate in Arts in Early Childhood Education directly articulate into our Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. Our program leads to Florida Teacher Certification in Pre-K Primary (age 3 to grade 3) with endorsements in Pre-K Disability, Reading (K-12) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL, K-12).

Educator Preparation Institute

The Educator Preparation Institute offers test preparation for the the Florida Teacher Certification Exam and resources for current and future teaches.

Noncredit Courses

CF also offers noncredit courses in Early Childhood Education including Florida Child Care Professional Credential courses. Our annual Early Childhood Conference provides re-certification points for both public school and childcare educators.

Check our quick links on the right for more information on educational opportunities and student involvement.

CF Florida Future Educators Named Outstanding Chapter

ffea groupThe College of Central Florida chapter of Florida Future Educators of America received the Outstanding Chapter Award for the last quarter of 2015. The chapter will be recognized at the state FFEA Conference Jan. 29-31 in Orlando.

FFEA is a pre-collegiate and collegiate teacher recruitment program that gives students pursuing a career in education the opportunity to volunteer, cultivate leadership skills, and learn about the teaching profession.

The CF chapter was involved in a variety of events in 2015, including the March of Dimes Walk for Babies, United Day of Caring, Ocala’s “Grow in Kindness Day” dedicated to anti-bullying, and working with CF Partner In Education, College Park Elementary School.

FFEA members aided teachers at College Park in the “Positive Behavior Support” program, hosted a book fair at CF to raise money to purchase new books for the school, and took part in the annual CF “No Tricks Just Treats” costume parade where treats were distributed and an interactive story time was performed.