At the AGM on January 16, 2019, the board of the Nova Scotia Child Care Association put forth a motion to members suggesting a change in our organization’s name and branding.
The board proposed the name change to better reflect how we serve our sector and to better align with our organizational mandate. The membership unanimously approved the motion. Our new name is:
Association of Early Childhood Educators of Nova Scotia
Over the first half of 2019, you will begin to see our new name and branding integrated across all of our communications.
Thank you for ongoing commitment to the sector and to the Association. We look forward to unveiling our new and improved website by the end of March 2019.
The Nova Scotia Child Care Association (NSCCA) is a non-profit membership based society with the goal of professional recognition of its members, who are early childhood educators (ECE’s) in Nova Scotia. NSCCA recognizes that ECEs are the key ingredient in determining quality in early childhood learning and child care programs.
- Educate and facilitate the ethical practice of our members;
- Educate and facilitate the use of standards of practice by our members and
- Advocate for and support our members in their provision of quality early learning and child care.
NSCCA provides ongoing professional development, conferences, and resources to members and the early learning and child care (ELCC) sector.
This dialogue paper is to encourage conversation among individuals and groups in the early learning
and care field.
As the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) project comes closer to the completion and validation of the Early Childhood Educator (ECE) competency profile, as project manager we want to provide an update on what has been accomplished and the next steps.
Le présent document de travail a pour but de favoriser le dialogue entre les individus et les groupes
relevant du secteur de l’éducation de la petite enfance et de la garde d’enfants.