Exploring Child Development

Responsible Adult Program | taught by Dominion Learning Module

Course description

Responsible Adult Program - British Columbia

Section 29 of the Community Care Licensing regulation states:

  • To qualify for employment in a community care facility as a Responsible Adult a person must be:
    • a) 19 years old.
    • b) Be able to provide care and mature guidance to children
    • c) Have completed a course, or combination of courses , of at least 20 hours in child development, guidance, health and safety, or nutrition, and
    • d) Have relevant work experience.

This course will qualify you to work in

  • In an Occasional Licensed Child Care
  • In a School Age Licensed Group Child Care
  • As a replacement (substitute) for ECE Assistants (for less than 30 days) in a licensed group childcare centre or preschool.

This course is also good for people wishing to open a family Child Care centre.

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E- modules are created as an opportunity for self-paced learning, through materials presented in an article format.   Our modules are self-contained with detailed discussion of evidence-based practice and links to reference materials in place of a live instructor.

Course Curriculum

Child Development
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Helping Children Grow and Develop
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Caring For Infants
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Caring For Toddlers
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Caring For Preschoolers
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Caring For School-Aged Children
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Children's Language Skill Development
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