Based on the Community Care Licensing Title 22 - Infant Care Center what are the Six qualifications and duties for a fully qualified Infant/Toddler Master Teacher (Infant Care Teacher)?

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Completion, with passing grades, of 12 postsecondary semester or equivalent quarter units in early childhood or child development education at an accredited or approved college or university. At least three of the units shall be related to the care of infants or shall contain instruction specific to infants.

When the director of an infant care center is temporarily away from the center, arrangements shall be made for a fully qualify infant care teacher to act as a substitute when an assistant director is required.

At least six months of experience in a licensed infant care center or comparable group child care program for children under five years of age. Experience shall be verified as having been performed satisfactorily, at least three hours per day for a minimum of 50 days in a six-month period, as a paid or volunteer staff member under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a teacher or director.

An infant care teacher requires having at least a BA degree in ECE with specialization in infant/toddler care.

A photocopy of each teacher's transcript(s) documenting successful completion of required course work shall be maintained at the center.

Under the direction and supervision of the director and the assistant director, the infant care teacher shall provide direct care and supervision to infants at the center.

Teachers shall visually observe aides whenever aides are working with infants.

An infant care teacher shall complete 15 hours of health and safety training.

Melissa Acosta - Toddler Teacher

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