Northern Lights launches dual credit ECE assistant pilot program

Northern Lights College has launched a dual credit pilot program with School Districts 59, 60, and 81 that will train high school students in early childhood education (ECE). The Early Childhood Education Dual Credit Program will allow students to gain an ECE Assistant Certificate so that they can apply to join the British Columbia ECE Registry and work at a licensed early childhood care centre. Students in the program will learn through an Integrated Learning model and will be able to work 20 hours a week with a qualified mentor in a licensed childcare centre. The program will allow students to earn credits toward both their high school graduation and an ECE Assistant Certificate. Energetic City Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

Energetic City | Energetic City | Energetic City