Professional Development resources for educators

City Wide Training

 City Wide Training (CWT) is a comprehensive professional learning network for the Early Learning and Child Care Community in the City of Toronto. Since its inception in 2005, CWT has provided professionals with a host of educational learning experiences that promote the development of responsive, inclusive, reflective, and caring educators.

45 Conversations Media & Education Ltd.

45 Conversations, focused on delivering online professional development using a combination of automated email marketing and web based LMS solutions. 

Early Childhood Community Development Centre

The ECCDC is a charitable organization providing thought leadership,  training, resources and coaching services.

Child Development Institute

 Child Development Institute (CDI), an accredited children’s mental health agency in Toronto. They offer  offer interactive workshops and training for parents and caregivers, educators and other professionals who interact with children and youth with learning disabilities and mental health.

Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Training Programs in Canada

If you are interested in a career in early childhood education and care or in upgrading your skills, there are many training programs to choose from offered by colleges, institutes and universities across Canad

The courses vary in length from one to four years, most being one or two years. They range in commitment from full-time to part-time. Online and distance-learning courses are available, offering access if there is no training institution in your community or if your schedule requires more flexibility.

To learn about learning opportunities or the programs click here: 

 Teacher of English as a Second Language - Algonquin College 

Learn to teach ESL/EFL in the comfort of your home through a synchronous online delivery option!  

 Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CERTESL) 

 A flexibly-designed online program that can be completed in one or two years, with up to five years to finish.