Beyond COVID 19 Webinar – Supporting Children, Families & Staff: Reintegrating to the New Normal

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June 22nd from 7pm to 8:30pm CENTRAL (8pm Eastern)

We are excited to be joining the Manitoba Child Care Association to present the upcoming webinar

This webinar will provide insight that will help you to:

1. Look at your own stress level and ways to build resilience
2. Identify the impact of this unprecedented stress on children’s behavior
3. Develop strategies to scaffold the children’s social, emotional, and physical needs that have resulted from this crisis.

Presented by Barbara Kaiser 
A teacher, educational consultant and author for over 30 years. She also co-authored the popular CCCF resource, Meeting the Challenge

WHEN: June 22, 2021
7 – 8:30 pm CST
 

Certificates of Participation will be provided after the event
 

COST: CCCF Early Bird Rate $15.
After June 10 cost will be $20


Register today. Don’t delay!
The CCCF early bird rate will be over June 10!

At CCCF webinars you’ll …..

  • Join a group of your peers and participate live in engaging sessions lead by subject matter experts
  • Receive a certificate of participation if you attended the event live
  • Have an opportunity to network with ECE’s from all over Canada, and the world.
  • Be able to rewatch any time if you’re a CCCF Member (coming soon)

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Early Childhood Educators (ECEs) are incredible professionals that have rewarding, important and demanding careers. They work with young children (and their families), ages 0-12, nurturing and educating them, observing and planning for their growth and development while ensuring that they are healthy. They create interactive and dynamic learning environments where children develop social skills, develop cognitive skills and foster lifelong learning. ECEs work in child care centres, classrooms, home child cares, preschool, and parent drop-in programs. You do not need a teaching degree to be an ECE, but you do need your ECE diploma.

If you’re just starting out:

  1. Get certified!
  2. Find the requirements for your province or territory
  3. Write your resume and begin your job search. We’ll provide tips on this soon. 
  4. Get your vulnerable sector check and first aid training

Join our Facebook Group and meet other ECEs who may be able to answer your questions

All licensed and regulated quality child care programs in Canada require these for the safety and security of children and families.

On our provincial and territorial map we link to child care associations in your area. Follow the link to your association and join today. The associations provide valuable information to anyone starting out in their career. Even experienced ECEs can benefit. You’ll also enjoy valuable member benefits like discounts, meet other ECEs, and become a part of the child care movement in Canada.


If you join your provincial or territorial affiliate, you’re automatically also a member of the CCCF.

With your resume and cover letter ready (we’ll provide guides for this soon), contact child care centres and introduce yourself! You can call, email, or even message them on social media. Don’t be discouraged if you don’t get a reply. Try again a few days later to give them your resume in person. Remember that due to safety reasons you need to call first. Tell them you live in their area, and that you’re looking for a position.

Anyone working in licensed child care has to apply for certification. You will find certification information for your province or territory on our child care certification page.