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The College’s Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) Program is grounded in self-reflection, self-directed learning and the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. As members of a regulated profession, RECEs, regardless of employment status, role, or setting, are responsible for completing the CPL Program requirements, which include Educational Requirements and the

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To appreciate the depth and breadth of knowledge and experience being incorporated into the member education component of the new Sexual Abuse Prevention Program, the College wanted to provide more insight into the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s (C3P) 35 years of dedication and program innovation to help families and

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Black History Month is a time to celebrate Black culture, arts and the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians, while acknowledging the ongoing realities of anti-Black racism. As much as it is important to recognize and celebrate Black History Month, to avoid tokenistic recognition, this reflection should extend beyond the month of February

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To support communication and collaboration with adults in your practice setting, the College has introduced a Practice Guideline on Communication and Collaboration. The Practice Guideline is available as a digital resource, making the content interactive and easily accessible for all members. Daily communication and collaboration are two activities that RECEs

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Early childhood education is a care and relationship-based practice. To support the well-being and holistic development of children, RECEs need theoretical knowledge about child development, curriculum and pedagogy, for example, and the skills to apply that knowledge in practice. That’s why practicum placements are a key component of all post-secondary

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Identifying, confronting and disrupting racism is essential and complex. As a profession, we have work to do. This effort can take many forms, including: individual learning; building relationships and sharing experiences; developing anti-bias curriculum; or advocating for change within our sector. All of these activities can be part of a