Program Calendar (2018/19)
ECED-206 - Working With Families
|ECED-206||Working With Families||3 - credits||$426.61|
ECED 206 provides students with knowledge to work with families from atypical and typical backgrounds. This course examines families through an ecological context. It also focuses on working with families: the day to day interactions, policies, procedures, and ethical practices. We also look at community resources and other resources that are important to families on a daily basis. It expands on the first year working with families course.
Prerequisites: Minimum 65% in English 12 or equivalent (refer to Course Equivalency information on the College website). Child, Youth and Family Studies Program: Early Childhood Education Specialty Certificate or a Certificate in Early Childhood Education from an accredited college.
Delivery Method: Online
Credits: 3 | Length: 45 hours | Course Outline for ECED-206
ECED-206 Working With Families can be found in the following programs:
- Early Childhood Education Infant/Toddler - Diploma
- Early Childhood Education Special Needs Educator - Diploma