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One of the benefits of being registered professionals is that RECEs have a say in the governance of their profession. Members in good standing can nominate candidates for Council — or run for Council themselves — and vote in the election.
Diversity is a key component of effective leadership; if you're an RECE who is Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour, consider running for a position on Council. Your unique experiences and perspectives add to Council's ability to navigate the complexities of governing a profession as unique as the children and families it supports.
If you’re considering running for Council, this is what you need to do:
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Serving on Council is an exceptional opportunity to build public trust and confidence in the profession. Council members can share their professional experience, gain new leadership skills and connect with RECEs across the province. Through their work on committees, they oversee policy direction, and make decisions related to entry to practise requirements, ethical and professional standards, and professional misconduct, incompetence and incapacity.
Voting is your chance to help choose the people who oversee the regulation of your profession. Council members play an active role in building public trust and making decisions that shape what RECEs do, every day, in their practice. So mark your calendar and cast your ballot.
“Serving on Council as an elected member is a transformational experience. Consider running! It helped me to explore deep and important topics of leadership within a regulatory frame which enables me to be an informed advocate and champion for the protection of the public interest. My experience has given me concrete tools and practices that will allow me to serve as an engaged leader and member of the ECE profession.” – Kristine Parsons RECE(District 6 – Central West Region)