Welcome to Early Years Professional Learning; professional learning available to Child Care and Early Learning Educators working in the City of Guelph or the County of Wellington
Below you will be able to browse and register for a variety of professional learning opportunities that will now be offered through thre following formats:
- In - Person: An In - Person event hosted in the City of Guelph or the County of Wellington
- Virtual: A Virtual event held on an online meeting platform.
- Online Learning: A space for online learning that is either offered through the EYPRC and hosted on Brightspace or a Third Party online course
When you register you will be prompted to create your own account with a unique username and password.
If you need support with your account or registering for professional learning, please email us at email@example.com
Not sure what you are looking for? Browse our categories below.
Do you require accommodations to participate fully in professional learning? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 519.837.3620 option 6.
Welcome to the EYPRC Professional Learning Hub
View this pre-recorded introductory session to learn more about the types of professional learning opportunities that will be available to you in the Early Years Professional Learning Hub, how to navigate the new learning hub, as well as to learn more about Brightspace, our new virtual platform for online learning.
Wellness and Well-being
This category will offer professional learning opportunities that strengthen our understanding of wellness and well-being as key components of our professional practice. These learning opportunities will explore how to support wellness and well-being within ourselves (My Wellness), and also for children and families within programmes (Children's Well-being).
Reaching IN... Reaching OUTᴼᴹ
Reaching IN...Reaching OUTᴼᴹ (RIRO) Resiliency Skills Training Programme provides service providers working in early learning, child care, community/mental health and other settings with the knowledge and skills they need to model and teach resilience approaches to young children, from birth to eight years of age.