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Employment Services for Newcomers

YMCA CCRR Program Evaluation – Please take a few minutes to complete the CCRR Program Evaluation. The survey helps us evaluate the work we do and assists us in planning for the future. If you have yet to complete the survey please do so online. Thank you!
 
2021 BC Child Care Workforce Survey – If you work in or are certified to work in Early Care and Learning in BC, we encourage you to respond to the 2021 BC Child Care Workforce Survey. Now in its third year, this survey measures changes over time and provides a comprehensive overview of the stat of the ECL sector. The survey is open until November 22, 2021, and is available here.
 
For more information visit ecebc.ca/2021Survey or contact SRDC at bcchildcaresurvey@srdc.org or 1-833-298-3016.
 
CCRR Hours – The CCRR offices will be closed on Thursday, November 11th for Remembrance Day.

Fall 2021 Resource Sheet – This resource sheet is full of great ideas, encouraging you to explore and spend time outdoors with the children in your care. Download a copy now.
 
Training

Fall 2021 Professional Development – We have spaces available in many of our Fall 2021 workshops, view a copy of our training schedule now, or register online. Need help? Call us at 604-931-3400 or 604-294-1109.
 
Save the Date!!!
Plan on joining us on Saturday, February 26, 2022 for Celebrating 30 Years of Learning Together through Connections, Reflection and Wonder Conference.
 
ECE Education Support Fund – Fall 2021
ECEBC, in partnership with the Province of British Columbia, offers a program consisting of two funding streams:

  • The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Student Bursary program; and
  • The ECE Workforce Development Bursary Fund Program

 These funding streams are designed to increase the number of students entering, re-establishing and graduating from recognized ECE post-secondary programs. Learn more.
 
Apply for Program Funding from the BCCF – If you offer Parent-Child Mother Goose, Nobody’s Perfect Parenting or My Tween and Me programs anywhere in BC, BC Council for Families invite you to apply for program funding. Learn more.
 
A big congratulations to the Aboriginal Infant Development Programs as this year’s winner of the Carol Matusicky Distinguished Service to Families Award. BC Council for Families Executive Director Joseph Dunn presented the award at their Council’s virtual Annual General Meeting. Learn more.
 
The impact of the pandemic on children’s development – These articles were shared by Susan Foster, North Fraser Early Years Community Developer: