Early Childhood Educator

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Build the knowledge and skills to shape the lives of children in your community. Earn your ECE II certification in less than 2 years. Successful graduates will be able to apply for the Early Childhood Educator, Level 2 classification (ECE II) in Manitoba.

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Robertson College

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Program Duration

77 Weeks

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Manitoba Student Aid, Scholarship, Bursary

Program Overview
This program is currently offered at our Winnipeg Campus in our Virtual Classroom.
This program is provincially accredited and successful graduates will be able to apply for the Early Childhood Educator, Level 2 classification (ECE II) in Manitoba.?
Robertson?s ECE program prepares graduates for ECE II classification and is recognized by the Child Care Qualification and Training Committee.
Early Childhood Educators are highly valued in Manitoba. Job demand in the province exceeds the national average and 70% of those provincial jobs are found in Winnipeg. Presently, there is a shortage of ECE II?s in the city and the need for these educators will only continue to grow.
We understand you?ll want to hit the ground running in your career as soon as possible, which is why our program is only 18 months long. We offer a condensed learning format, giving you the relevant information you need delivered efficiently so you?ll be work-ready, faster.
The Early Childhood Education program is designed to give you the skills to help young children from all cultures and backgrounds grow intellectually, socially and emotionally. Upon completion of this program, you will be able to:
Create safe, healthy and inclusive learning environments
Facilitate sensory, intellectual, social, spiritual and emotional development
Promote positive relationships and conflict resolution
Establish positive connections with children?s families and communities
Create equitable, culturally-relevant teaching environments
Use effective program development and leadership skills to facilitate early childhood programming
Demonstrate professional behaviour and work effectively as a member of a team
Respectful and fair treatment of children, colleagues and families is at the heart of good childhood education. As an educator in this field, you?ll work to eliminate unfair biases, stereotypes and barriers so children from all backgrounds and cultures feel valued and included.
Part of the Early Childhood Education diploma program focuses on teaching you how to create equitable, culturally-relevant learning environments that encourage meaningful conversation and play. You?ll learn how to address the needs of Indigenous children and families and incorporate cultural touch points into learning activities. Not only that, you?ll have the privilege of helping children foster caring relationships and healthy, inclusive social interactions.
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