Providing your child with a high quality early learning experience is vital to their growth and development. This means that they are encouraged to explore the world around them and learn through experiences. It also gives them a strong foundation to build upon for their future. Choosing an ELC with a Level 3 qualification will ensure that your child is in the care of a qualified educator who has the right skills and knowledge to support their learning and development.
ECE is a regulated profession in most Canadian provinces and territories, and there is an ongoing demand for qualified early childhood educators (ECE). ECEs are frontline staff in group childcare settings such as a licensed ECE centre or Kohanga Reo and they are guided by the Early Childhood Curriculum Framework. They may work in licensed family day homes, community-based programmes such as Aboriginal Head Start and Kids First, or in private homes as nannies.
The Aga Khan Early Learning Resource Centre provides nursery, preschool and educational programming that is based on the highest international standards of excellence. It is a secular, non-denominational organisation that welcomes children and families from all communities. Its mission is to support the AKDN’s values of pluralism and universality.
A level 3 qualification in Early learning and child care allows you to work in the child-care industry in England. It can be a pathway to a career as an Early Years Educator, nursery nurse, child minder or pre-school assistant. The qualifications cover a range of topics, including health and safety, play and children’s learning. The qualifications are delivered in English and meet the requirements of the National College for Teaching and Leadership.
In Saskatchewan, there is a strong demand for qualified Early learning and child care professionals. Licensed early learning and child care centres are governed by provincial legislation and have specific staffing requirements. Educators must be classified and have a minimum of a diploma in early learning and child care. This includes a Level III ECE Diploma or equivalent from a Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus. Home-based family child care providers are not required to be classified. Cache level 3 and Early learning centres