PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS EARCP-DP Early Childhood Education

Program Outline

You must obtain a minimum grade of C+ (65%) in each course to be successful in the program. 

First Courses of Study:

  • Use Academic Communication Skills - C/D
  • Explain the Early Childhood Profession - C/D
  • Explain the Study of Human Development (Part A & B) - C/D

Note: You must take: 

  • ECED-1019 Explain the Study of Human Development  (Part A & B) offered through the School of Continuing Education.
    or
  • ECED-1353 Explain the Study of Human Development Part A  and ECED-1354 Explain the Study of Human Development Part B offered through Regional Campuses.
  • COMM-1170 Interpersonal Communication 1 offered through the School of Continuing Education.
    or
  • COMM-1150 Use Interpersonal Skills 1 offered through Regional Campuses
    Core Courses - Year 1
  • Interpersonal Communications  1  - C/D
  • Provide Nurturing Care - D
  • Provide for Physical Health and Safety - D
  • Provide an Environment for Play - D
  • *Interact with Children Through Play  - D
  • Respect Individual Family Situations - D
  • Explain Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood - D
  • Use Guidance Practices - D
  • Explain Development in Early Childhood - D
  • Explain Development in Middle Years - D
  • Prepare for Play - D
  • Facilitate Music and Movement - D
  • Facilitate Symbolic Play - D
  • Foster Discovery and Creative Play - D
  • Foster Social and Emotional Growth - D
  • Apply Practical Skills 1 - C
  • Apply Practical Skills 2 - C

Core Courses - Year 2

  • Support the Abused Child - D
  • Interpersonal Communication 2 - D
  • Respond to Physical, Medical and Nutritional Needs - D
  • Apply Behaviour Management Strategies - D
  • Respect Children within Diverse Cultures - D
  • Foster Language, Literacy and Math Through Play - D
  • Plan for Play-Based Programs  - D
  • Support Children with Additional Support Needs  - D
  • Support Infants and School-Age Children - D
  • Explore a Variety of Approaches to Program Planning - D
  • Use Professional Communication Skills - D
  • Support Partnerships with Families - D
  • Display Professional Behaviour - D
  • Analyze Theories of Development - D
  • Guide a Variety of Challenging Behaviours - D
  • Extend Children's Play - D
  • Apply Practical Skills 3 - C
  • Apply Practical Skills 4 - C

*If you have completed the course Introduction to Early Childhood Care and Education with a minimum grade of C+ (65%), you may obtain credit for the course Interact with Children Through Play (ECED-1041). You must be registered in the ECE program to transfer credit.

Legend:

  • C/D - Classroom or Distance Delivery
  • C - Classroom Delivery
  • D - Distance Delivery
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