Early Intervention Certificate Program

The Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention prepares you to be an evidenced based service provider and professional leader advocating for infants, toddlers and young children with disabilities or delays to receive community based services and supports. Participants gain the knowledge and skill needed to deliver evidenced based early childhood intervention. Coursework is designed to promote comprehensive, evidence-based, family- centered, culturally and linguistically competent, interdisciplinary services and supports for vulnerable children and their families.

Scope of Training
Program Benefits
Experience Needed
Who Should Apply?
Where Do I Get More Information?
What Do Past Students Think?
Capstone Projects


Scope of Training

The ten-month certificate program combines on-line and classroom based learning activities. The training prepares you to:


Program Benefits

Participants will learn how to provide evidence-based evaluation, assessment and intervention strategies as well as program plan and provide leadership promoting system based policy and practice.


Experience Needed

To participate in this program, a student must have:


Who Should Apply?


Where Do I Get More Information?

Visit the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, Center for Continuing and Professional Education website under certificate programs or contact Rachel Brady (rab9@georgetown.edu) or Toby Long (longt@georgetown.edu)


What Do Past Students Think?

Past students have been practicing early intervention providers, new providers, administrators wanting to understand early childhood systems or people interested in becoming part of the early intervention program team in their area. They have found the program both challenging and rewarding. Check out our video for students' thoughts.


Capstone Projects

Capstone projects include family brochures on transition, resource documents on Medicaid and early childhood programs, and survey research into assessment tests and tools taught in professional preparation programs. Check out other projects here:

2014 - 2015

2013 - 2014