Projects & Publications

Projects

This information was last updated on February 1, 2013 prior to the CCHRSC’s dissolution. For more information, please see the message from the Board


Our projects produced research and developed strategies and tools to meet the needs of the child care workforce and achieve related goals. Click on the titles of our projects for more information.

 

Classification does not expire and there are no requirements for renewal.

 

The mandate of the CCHRSC is to develop a confident, skilled and respected workforce, valued for its contribution to early childhood education and care.  Working for Change:  Canada’s Child Care Workforce, Profiles and Case Studies , includes two case studies, as well as a profile of a child care staff person, o

Pan-Canadian ECEC Sector Studies

Working for Change: Canada's Child Care Workforce Labour Market Update (2004)

 

Previously, Canadian trained applicants were referred to the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario (AECEO) or the Association francophone des services a l enfance de l Ontario (AFESEO) in order to have their educational qualifications individually assessed.

The day-to-day work of the CCHRSC is carried out by a dedicated six-member team.

Diana Carter
Executive Director

Samantha Peek
Communications & Project Manager

Kathryn Ohashi
Financial & Administrative Manager

Ashley Stewart
Project Manager

In  2011, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada announced changes to the Sector Council Program, including the elimination of core funding for all councils by March 2013.

Merriam-Webster defines “demographics” as the statistical characteristics of human populations such as age or income. An example of a demographic collected in human resources is gender, which may include all employees within a particular job, e.g., Early Childhood Educator. Other demographics include age, length of service and educational level.

The CCHRSC would like to thank the many individuals who helped to build this toolkit, including:

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