Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check: Before attending any practicum or clinical portions of the program, a student must submit a criminal record check and a vulnerable sector check. If the check indicates that a record exists, the student may not be able to complete portions of their program that are required for graduation. Any associated costs are the responsibility of the student.
NOTE: If your first language is not English please review our English Language Requirements page.
Fees for the academic year 2021/2022. Please note: Tuition and Fees are listed in Canadian dollars.
International Student Fees are due on the first day of class.
** Each course fee will be paid when a student begins the course.
|January 2021||ECCE-2036 Inclusion, Diversity and the Child||Jan. 9, 2021||$493.00|
|April 2021||ECCE-2015 Direct Guidance||Apr. 10, 2021||$493.00|
|September 2021||EDUC-2000 Curriculum lll: Strategies and Assessment||Sept. 11, 2021||$493.00|
|January 2022||PROF-2030 Ethical Practice and Professionalism||Jan. 8, 2022||$493.00|
|January 2022||ECCE-2012 Partnering with Families||Jan. 8, 2022||$493.00|
|April 2022||PRAC-2020 ECCE Practicum ll||Apr. 4, 2022||$270.00|
|September 2022||ECCE-2020 Supporting Children with Exceptionalities||Sept. 10, 2022||$493.00|
|January 2023||PSYC-2000 School Age Development||Jan. 7, 2023||$493.00|
|January 2023||EDUC-2005 Curriculum lV: Programming in Action||Jan. 7, 2023||$493.00|
|April 2023||PRAC-2025 ECCE Practicum lll||Apr. 29, 2023||$270.00|
Early Childhood Care and Education Year 2 is a 10-credit part-time program in a blended learning delivery format, with some courses' components and classes taking place face to face and others distance-delivered online. Each course is offered in the evening or on weekends, and there are no courses offered in the summer months.
The Early Childhood Care and Education program is grounded in a theoretical understanding of early childhood development. You will learn how to design and implement curriculum that inspires young minds; helps children develop socially, emotionally, and physically; and promotes inclusiveness. You will discover how much work goes into creating child’s play—and experience the joy that comes with it!
Applicants must have obtained their Early Childhood Assistant certificate within the past 10 years. Current work experience in the Early Childhood Care and Education field will be considered an asset.
Please note that the following documents will be requested prior to clinical and practicum courses:
View a detailed list of courses for this program.
This Early Childhood Care and Education Year 2 program is part of the College Transformation des Collèges Project of the Atlantic Colleges Atlantique and is funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre. Ce programme de deuxième année de Soins et éducation à la petite enfance fait partie du projet College Transformation des Collèges de l’Atlantic Colleges Atlantique et est financé par le Centre des Compétences futures du gouvernement du Canada.
Human Services - Prince of Wales Campus
Study Human Services and develop the knowledge and skills to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their full potential. In this two-year course, you will learn about various intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities, and practical skills to assist individuals with disabilities. The Human Services program is offered on the Prince of Wales Campus and on the West Prince Campus.
Early Childhood Care and Education
The 2-year Early Childhood Care and Education program is grounded in a theoretical understanding of early childhood development. You will learn how to design and implement curriculum that inspires young minds; helps children develop socially, emotionally, and physically; and promotes inclusiveness.