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National Alliance for Children & Youth (NACY)
NACY has posted their TAKING STOCK - How Canadian Child and Youth Agencies are Responding to Economic Challenges
Case Study #2: BC Association of Family Resource Programs
Capacity Building & Knowledge Acquisition: Developing an Academic Certificate Program for Family Resource Program Practitioners in British Columbia
The Provincial Office of the Early Years has completed its evaluation process and determined that twelve proponents are deemed the highest scoring proponents (successful proponents) in the Request for Proposal process for Early Years Centre Test Sites 2014/15.
The Request for Proposal also indicated that an eligibility list may be established for potential additional sites for 2014/15 and 2015/16 which may be awarded as a result of the RFP process.
Canadian Anti-spam Laws - what you need to know
We have included links to a PowerPoint presentation (Slide Share - Tech Soup Canada) and a flowchart to help inform you of the Canadian Anti-spam Laws that will take effect July 1, 2014
The BC Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP-BC) will send out a confirmation communcation to all members and contacts during the week of June 23-27. Please re-confirm your interest to receive our monthly electronic newsletter (e-News) and other important news and event communciations.
View a PowerPoint - developed by Maanit Zemel for Tech Soup Canada
Here is a Flowchart - what you need to know and do to comply
At the Early Years Conference 2014 the provincial government officially announced the launch of the provincial Office for the Early Years. At this conference the government had a feedback form and FRP-BC has provided Feedback on the draft criteria for the Early Years Centres.
Officially announced last week at the Early Years Conference. The information table presented by the provincial government included a feedback form that is due this Friday (February 7th).
FRP-BC will be submitting our feedback.
BC Families Agenda
Building a Sustainable Quality Early Years Strategy to Support BC Families
Early Years Strategy
The Families First Agenda
Through a UWLM Public Policy Grant, the BC Association of Family Resource Programs will provide leadership and support to manage a three-year ECD policy development initiative. We are committed to working with others to advance a provincial framework of Child Care, Early Learning and Family Support.
Presentation delivered at the September 19 First Call Roundtable Meeting <Click Here>
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education <click here>
Common Sense Changes Encourage Work, Protect Vulnerable Families - BC Government Newsroom
Download MCFD's Operational & Strategic Directional Plan
FRP-BC submts letter to Deputy Minister Stephen Brown in response to the MCFD Service Plan.
Developed in partnership between MCFD and FRP-BC. The purpose of this review is to provide an overview of early years program service delivery in BC and examine the integration of early years programs and services in other jurisdictions. The report examines the following research question: Based on experiences described in other jurisdictions, what are the key enabling elements for promoting and maintaining successful integration of early years programs and services?