Governance – Instructor-Led (Administration & Management for Child Care) – COURSE IS NOT YET OPEN FOR REGISTRATION

Governance: Instructor-Led (Administration & Management for Child Care)

This course covers best practices in child care governance and leadership. You’ll learn how to create (and improve) your policies & procedures, Constitution & Bylaws, Philosophy and Code of Conduct. You’ll also receive critical information about written records, insurance and governing legislation. This is an essential course for leaders who want to improve or expand on their program’s operations, as well as students looking to become child care leaders in BC.

This instructor-led seven-hour course includes video modules and group activities, and is designed to help you immediately apply the learnings to your own program. 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.

Note: Videos can take a minute or so to load.

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.

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Course Includes

  • 2 Modules
  • 3 Lessons
  • 2 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate