From the annual ECEBC Conference and workshops to professional development programs ECEBC is committed to connecting and facilitating professional development opportunities for early childhood professionals.
Professional Development Certificate: Your professional development certificate is an important document. Please keep it in a safe place. A fee may be applied for processing requests for lost records or for issuing records more than 8 weeks following the completion of the course. Tip: you may find it helpful to save your professional development certificates in a folder in your computer for ease of registry filings.
BC Early Years Professional Development Hub
For additional opportunities please visit the BC EYPD Hub. You will need to create a profile on the BC Early Years Professional Development HUB to register for courses.
ECEBC provides professional development opportunities for early childhood educators across the province. View a list of upcoming workshops.View
Every year ECEBC hosts a multi-day conference for Early Childhood Educators of BC which includes workshops, inspiring speakers, plenary sessions and more.View
Delivery of the Leadership Initiative is part of ECEBC’s strategic focus on increasing the standard of practice and professionalism in the sector.View
Best Choices: The Ethical Journey
This four-part series guides participants on a journey of ethical discovery and awareness. This is a project of The Canadian Child Care Federation & ECEBC.View
Let's Talk About Touching
Let’s Talk is an inclusive child sexual abuse prevention program for children aged 4 to 6 years that has been highly valued in the early childhood community.View
Learning Outside Together (LOT) Program
ECEBC, BCACCS & the SRDC have developed the LOT program: incorporating traditional wisdom and promising practices to futureproof child care programs.View
Peer Mentoring Program
The Peer-Mentoring Program established by TRU Professor Laura Doan has been created to support the ongoing professional needs of ECE’s.View
The BC Early Years Professional Development Hub was created for anyone working with children aged birth to 12 years to provide a place to learn, share and connect with one another.View
ECEBC and the non-profit Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC) have partnered to develop the Leading Change program with funding from Women and Gender Equality Canada.View
Early Childhood Pedagogy Network
The British Columbia Early Childhood Pedagogy Network (ECPN) is an initiative within Childcare BC’s strategy to support early childhood educators.View
Questions or Comments? Contact Us
If you have any questions regarding any of the Early Childhood Educators of BC Sector Iniatives please contact us.