Durham launches ECE-E stream for students working in childcare


Durham College is launching a new Early Childhood Education program (ECE-E) stream for ECE assistants who wish to earn their ECE certification while continuing to work in an early years environment or childcare program. Classes in the ECE-E program will be offered between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm so that students can work in before- and after-school programs while they study. “With this innovative stream of our popular ECE program, Durham College is providing valuable solutions not only to students, but to the families who count on child care programs in Durham Region and across Ontario,” said Durham Associate Dean, Faculty of Social and Community Services Joanne Spicer.