The Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice sets out the professional knowledge, skills, values and expectations applicable to all registered early childhood educators (RECEs) regardless of role and the setting in which they may practise. It also communicates to RECEs and the public the scope and nature of the profession. As regulated professionals, RECEs are expected to act with integrity and adhere to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice at all times within their workplace and the community.
The second edition of the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice will be in effect on July 1, 2017. All RECEs will be mailed a copy. Sneak Peek at the Titles of the NEW Standards! Standard I: Caring and Responsive RelationshipsStandard II: Curriculum and PedagogyStandard III: Safety, Health and Well-Being in the Learning Environment Standard IV: Professionalism and Leadership Standard V: Professional Boundaries, Dual Relationships and Conflicts of Interest Standard VI: Confidentiality, Release of Information and Duty to Report
Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice
Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and the related legislation of the College of Early Childhood Educators articulate the knowledge, skills and ethical values to which RECEs are held accountable. They are also designed to assist and direct RECEs in their practice, decision-making and professional conduct.
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Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice or any inquiries related to the practice of registered early childhood educators, please contact the Professional Practice Department at
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