As a result of changes to the
Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007 and the new
Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014, the College of Early Childhood Educators is in the process of updating its website to better reflect the new legislative changes. For this reason, information pertaining to the College’s Complaints and Discipline process found on the College’s website may no longer reflect current practices.
For more information, please contact the
Professional Regulation department by e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416 961-8558 or toll free at 1 888 961-8558 ext. 804.
A complaint against a member expresses concern(s) about that person’s conduct or actions relating to professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity. Do you have concerns about a member’s conduct or actions? If you wish to file a complaint against a member, complete and submit the
Complaint Intake Form.
If you have concerns about a licensed child care program’s compliance with the requirements set out under the
Child Care and Early Years Act, you may contact your local Ministry of Education -
Child Care Quality Assurance and Licensing regional office.
To view a list of unregulated persons the College is currently aware of, click here.
The College’s Discipline Committee hearings are open to the public. Find out more information about the
discipline committee hearings. Notices of hearings, with the specific allegations, are found under the
upcoming hearings page. The dates of the hearings are on the
upcoming hearings page.
Proceedings of the Complaints Committee are confidential, but certain decisions related to a Memorandum of Agreement are available on this website.
A three-member panel of the Discipline Committee conducts public hearings into cases of alleged professional misconduct and/or incompetence. The panel is composed of both elected and appointed Council members.
are listed in alphabetical order according to the member's name.
A three-member panel of the Fitness to Practise committee conducts hearings regarding allegations of incapacity. The hearings are closed and the decisions of the Fitness to Practise committee are not publicized.
The Rules of Procedure can be