Early Childhood Education Resource Consulting - 956
This post-diploma program provides Early Childhood Education graduates with the training required to work with preschool children with exceptionalities. The curriculum focuses on inclusive practices, assessment and programming, and community collaboration techniques. Additionally, two field placements enhance student learning experiences. Graduates will be qualified to become Resource Teachers as defined by the Day Nurseries Act.
Admission & Registration
Applicants to the program must been the following minimum requirements:
- Submit an Official Ontario ECE Diploma, transcript, or recognized equivalent. All applicants who do not meet the academic eligibility requirements for this program may contact the College of ECEs (opens new window) to have their academic history and work experience assessed for recognized equivalency.
- Attend Program Orientation in September
Date and details to follow once offers have been accepted.
- Previous experience working with children with special needs.
- Registration with the College of ECEs (opens new window).
- Computer skills (e.g. word processing, data management, internet access) Students should be familiar with computers, word processing, and email based systems prior to considering an online delivery option. To upgrade computer skills, consider a CE introductory 'Computer Basics' course or a Learning Support Centre workshop before applying.
Pathways and Credit Transfer
View our pathways map PDF. This Pathways map shows how the identified program can lead to future program choices.
The Early Childhood Education Resource Teacher program can lead to exciting career opportunities!
- Resource Teachers
- Resource Consultants
- Support Facilitators
In a variety of possible settings:
- Childcare Agencies
- Municipal, Non-Profit or Private Day Care Centres
- Nursery Schools and Cooperative Preschools
- Parent-child Drop-In Centres
- Professional Resource Centres
- Hospital Programs and Playrooms
- District School Boards
Program of Studies
The program of studies displayed below applies to students starting the program in the 2018/19 academic year. Students who began in other academic years may require different courses to be eligible to graduate. If you have questions regarding a strategy for completion contact Continuing Education - Community and Urban Studies.
Click on the Course number or Course title for more information on each course.
Visit the Mohawk College Bookstore Textbook Search (opens in new window) for information on textbooks.
A selection of courses are available each term. Courses that are currently not available (N/A) for registration may be offered in the future – check back frequently.
|Register||Course number||Course title||Course Hours|
|N/A||EDUCRT001||Introduction to Resource Teaching||42.00|
|N/A||HMNSRT011||Individual Development Planning 1||42.00|
|N/A||HMNSRT031||Working With Families||42.00|
|N/A||HMNSRT041||Individual Developmental Planning 2||42.00|
|N/A||HMNSRT061||Advocacy In The School And Community||42.00|
|N/A||WORKRT021||Field Practicum 1||105.00|
|N/A||WORKRT051||Field Practicum 2||105.00|