Early Childhood Education and Care Program
































 































 

The Early Childhood Education and Care department is dedicated to offering quality educational programs to adults who want to work with young children in group settings.

These programs are offered in a flexible mode of delivery through distance education that meets the needs of adults who cannot attend a typical full-day program.

Student acceptance into the Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) program is contingent on previous academic achievement, health assessment, references, and personal suitability, as shown by responses to a questionnaire. The ECEC program encourages students from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Completion of the ECEC program is the first step in becoming a Certified Early Childhood Educator in British Columbia. For information on additional requirements, please see the Ministry of Children and Family Development Early Childhood Educator Registry webpage.

For program information and course descriptions visit the Early Childhood Education and Care Program Page

Do you have questions regarding the program? Please read through our Frequently Asked Questions Guide provided below or contact the ECEC/EA office in Fort St. John by email at ece-ea-office@nlc.bc.ca

Application Information
 
ECEC Application information - see Programs page

NLC Application for Admissions Form

ECEC Entrance Questionnaire

Application for Writing Assessment

Transfer Credit Application
 

2022–23 ECEC Annual Course Offerings

2022–23 ECEC Course Price List

NLC eCRC Information and Instructions

 

 

 

 

 

Important Information


Payment Through Online Banking

Link to Standard Student Forms

Sponsorship Information

Prerequisite Waiver Form

Consent for Release of Confidential Information

 

 

 

 

Registration
 

Fall 2022 term registration is OPEN! Students can find their time tickets provided by the Registrar's office in the student's Borealis app. Students may register anytime after their stated time ticket date/time. Steps to find the time ticket in Borealis can be found here. Remember, it is first-come, first-serve for seats in the course offerings, so seats can fill up fast if you delay in registering.

If you do not have a time ticket posted in your Borealis, please email ece-ea-office@nlc.bc.ca. Additional 'step-by-step' information for registering is below.

The deposit for your course(s) for each term is $275.00 (for 1-5 courses); this amount will save your seat in each course and also be applied to the full tuition amount. The remaining amount of tuition and fees is required to be paid by the first day of class or prior.

PLEASE NOTE: Every Student must have a valid CRC on file with NLC prior to registering in their courses or adding their name to a waitlist. The CRC is now a prerequisite to most courses in the ECE Program.

 


Need help with registration? The Registration Guide will answer

most of your questions, but if you need further help email: studenthelp@nlc.bc.ca

Registration Guide

Academic Planning

Textbook List and Order Form 

Courses Requiring Access to Children

Accessing Courses and Grades (D2L/Webadvisor)

Financial Awards and Bursaries

Education Pathways

Course Registration Form

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practicum Advisor Contact: ECECPracticaPlanning@nlc.bc.ca

 

General Practicum Forms
 

ECEC Distance Program Practicum Planning Guide

ECEC Quick Steps

ECEC Practicum Mentor Guide

     

 

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)
 

For more information on Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR), please contact the ECEC/EA office at ece-ea-office@nlc.bc.ca