Assistant Child Care   Infant Toddler Programs

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10/19/2011. 2. Introduction . This presentation will walk you through the steps for registering your district, schools and students into the ACCT and Infant Toddler programs.. 10/19/2011. 3. Agenda. Log InAssurancesProgram

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1. 10/19/2011 1 Assistant Child Care & Infant Toddler Programs

2. 10/19/2011 2 Introduction This presentation will walk you through the steps for registering your district, schools and students into the ACCT and Infant Toddler programs.

3. 10/19/2011 3 Agenda Log In Assurances Program & Teacher Registration Student Registration Program Completion Reports Help Resources

4. 10/19/2011 4 Overview Assurances are entered online by the district administrator or high school principal. This takes the place of submission of the PI-1321 form. For certification as an Assistant Child Care Teacher, students must take a course in Child Development and enroll in the semester course for Assistant Child Care Teacher (ACCT). This course is taught by a Family and Consumer Education teacher who has a 211 license. Only after “completing” the ACCT course are students then able to register for the Infant & Toddler program. After meeting the requirements for the ACCT certification, students may enroll in the State Certified Skills Co-op program in Child Care Services. Wisconsin's Skill Standards for Child Services certifies students as a child care teacher.

5. 10/19/2011 5 Log-In Select the Program “Registration” link to get to the log-in page. Select your school district under the “Agency” drop-down list; and enter your district “Password.”

6. 10/19/2011 6 Assurances Read over the Overview page. District administrators must fill out the assurances section before any programs can be registered. Select “Assurances.”

7. 10/19/2011 7 Select the school from the drop-down box.

8. 10/19/2011 8 Once you submit your assurance information, you will get a confirmation that the assurances have been registered. Teachers can now register their programs!

9. 10/19/2011 9 Program Registration Select the “Registration” in the red menu bar, and select “Teacher/Program Preview and Registration” to register as a teacher and to register your program.

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11. 10/19/2011 11 Registering Students

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13. 10/19/2011 13 Program Completion

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15. 10/19/2011 15 Reports

16. 10/19/2011 16 Help

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