The College's Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) program complements and formalizes the ongoing professional learning many RECEs do every day.
Engaging in ongoing professional learning is important to early childhood educators. It is part of the culture of the profession and an integral component of both professionalism and leadership.
The CPL program is a framework and formal process to help RECEs increase their knowledge and skills and ensure quality professional practice throughout their careers. It also communicates to employers, families and the public that RECEs are members of a distinct profession that values ongoing professional learning.
Learn more about the CPL program.
Information to help you get started on Step One of the CPL Program.
Information on completing the CPL Portfolio Cycle and
the three portfolio components.
Look up your CPL start dates.
Resources to help you with the CPL program.
Find answers to the most common questions about CPL.
To learn more about program requirements, timelines, and the consequences of non-compliance click here.
Frequently Asked Questions - Employers
Employer Bulletin: Mandatory Continuous Professional Learning Program for Registered Early Childhood Educators
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