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Transcript of Co-operative Education
Have completed at least a three-year undergraduate degree at a recognized university.
Have maintained an overall academic average of at least 68% on the best 20 one-term undergraduate university courses completed.
Have satisfied the course requirements for teaching subjects.
Have acquired relevant experience and skills.
You go to university to upgrade the courses that
you took in college. Usually most people would
take some kind of Bachlor's program for example
bachlor of arts. This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students to become educators of young children in a variety of early learning settings. The program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to work with families and other professionals to support children's learning and development. It emphasizes the development of inclusive curriculum for children from birth to age 12. Students in the program benefit from opportunities to apply their knowledge in real-world settings as they participate in field placements. Program Eligibility
English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required).
Upon acceptance into the program the following requirements must be met. Failure to complete these requirements will prevent students from participating in the field placement components of the course.
Valid First Aid and CPR Certification (St. John Ambulance, Red Cross or equivalent) must be completed prior to the commencement of classes. This certificate must be valid for the duration of the program. Students may have either Emergency First Aid or Standard First Aid certification.
Health check and tuberculosis test (two step test): See Health Requirements
Current Police Records Check and OESC card: See Police Records Check Documentation.
Graduates of the Early Childhood Education program may find work in early learning and care programs (infant, toddler, and preschool), nursery schools, kindergarten/school-age programs (before and after school), resource and Ontario Early Years centres, home child care, programs offered through community health agencies, and in schools as educational assistants. Opportunities in entrepreneurial areas (e.g. involvement in marketing of educational toys/books/materials, child care consulting) are emerging.