A well-managed child care facility helps your program operate effectively and efficiently, and provides a physical setting that is appropriate and adequate for learning. In this 4-hour course, you’ll learn how to ensure your facility is run in the safest, most efficient, quality and cost-effective manner. It includes teachings on facilities policies & procedures, building records, inspections and maintenance.
This is an essential course for leaders who want to improve the stewardship of their program environment, as well as students looking to become child care leaders in BC.
This course contains two components: 3.5 hours of instructor-led time via Zoom, and 30 minutes of self-guided time (to watch videos and complete quizzes prior to the instructor-led portion). Learners are credited with 4 Pro-D hours towards ECE certification.
As part of the course, students also receive a three-month subscription to our WCCRC Administration & Management for Child Care Knowledge Base.
Students must use a laptop or desktop computer to take this course; it is not possible to use a smartphone for this work.
WCCRC Administration & Management for Child Care Knowledge Base
The WCCRC Administration & Management for Child Care Knowledge Base is a comprehensive online information database for ECE leaders, with detailed guidance on all areas of child care leadership, including Governance, Human Resources, Enrollment & Attendance, Health & Safety, Facilities & Equipment, Programming & Curriculum and Community Connections.
Formerly known as the Westcoast INFORM Guide, the WCCRC Knowledge Base has been completely revised to reflect current practices and learnings in inclusiveness, Truth & Reconciliation, the BC Early Learning Framework, and inquiry-based approaches. A valuable tool for all child care staff, it includes comprehensive lists of online resources, as well as tools and forms you can use in your own practice.