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British Columbia Child Care Training

British Columbia Childcare Training Requirements:

Care Courses are accepted for British Columbia's 40-hour professional development requirement for renewing an Early Childhood Educator (ECE) License. Click here

Need your 20 Hour Responsible Adult Training? Our course, Child Development and Guidance meets British Columbia's 20 Hour Responsible Adult Training Requirement. The course covers the following areas: child development; guidance; and health, safety, and nutrition.

Questions? Contact Care Courses by email at info@CareCourses.com or by phone M-F, 9-5ET: (800) 685-7610

What British Columbia Students say:

"I successfully completed the Responsible Adult course and was very pleased with the info and courses! Very easy to use and understand and very informative. Thank you."
- Penticton, British Columbia

"I am currently working through the first course in the "British Columbia 20-Hour Responsible Adult Training Courses" bundle. I am learning lots and having a really enjoyable time. I quite like the "voice/tone" of the course - it makes me feel like I've got a friendly, professional instructor by my side :) Really glad I found Care Courses! Cheers! "
- Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

"I have really enjoy taking the courses [Biting Hurts!, Toilet Learning, and Mixed-Age Groups in Early Childhood Programs] so far!! I am currently renewing my license after a long leave from ECE. I wish I had this years ago!!! I love the information and it has proven to be so helpful to me and the other staff!!! I feel like I want to take each one as they all apply to everyday life in our daycare day. Thank you !!! "
Fernie, British Columbia

"Thank you so much for the opportunity to take this bundle course [Responsible Adult Training] online. It was a wonderful experience to navigate this very well organized bundle course. I easily accessed every section. The course philosophy is based entirely on preparing a caregiver for the most important mission: to raise valuable human beings who can assure real progress through cooperation, not through competition. I valued this vision the most. I've completed the course fully energized and ready to apply everything I learned from it, and to enrich children's experiences. "
- Vancouver, British Columbia

 

Opening a child care facility in British Columbia: 

For those of you interested in starting a day care or home-based child care facility in British Columbia, please contact your local licensing using the contact information below. The licensing agency can give you advice on the requirements, rules and regulations of your province.

British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family Development 

Child Care Programs and Services Branch
Ministry of Children and Family Development

PO Box 9724 Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, BC V8W 9S2

(250) 356-1639 or
1 (877) 387-7027

British Columbia Child Care