For Practitioners

Tools and Links for Practitioners

Applied Promising Practices-Evaluating FRP Practices Report
This report evaluates the effectiveness of FRP practices in the Fraser Valley Region, taking place over a two-year period. 

MCFD Multi-Year Action Plan
MCFD Mult-Year Action Plan Report
Multi-Year Action Plan Visual Overview
Grand Chief Ed John's Recemmondations on Indigenous Child Welfare in BC

Early Years Training Portal
Province wide workshops, events & training opportunities 
 

PowerPoint Gaming Webinar Notes

 

Supplement Notes for Gaming Webinar

 

Information about New Societies Act

 

Early Childhood Development - Evaluation
ECD Parent Survey (Success By Six)
ECD Parent Survey Information

 

Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP Canada) 
e-Valuation 
National Family Week 
Welcome Here (resources for immigrant families)
Parents Matter (links and resources for parents)
FRP Watercolour Images

 

The BC Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP-BC) provides educational/training opportunities to member agencies, participating families and volunteers.  In 2009 FRP-BC developed the FRP Provincial Standards of Practice, along with additional resource/reference materials and works with members to ensure the implementation of the FRP Standards are met.  The FRP Standards ensure that the delivery of the services within the Family Resource Program are high quality, comprehensive, and accessible to all families with children aged 0-6.

The BC Association of Family Resource Programs is currenlty developing Workshops for staff and volunteers and the Path to Learning pre-course project which is an Adult Boost Camp being developed through an Aboriginal lens and will include training and mentoring with the intent to enable learners to recognize and adjust to the rigors of post-secondary education and build confidence by dispelling fears of school.

The BC Parenting Centres Plan is a discussion paper and recognizes that services for families in BC are fragmented.  The Discussion Paper includes a four year plan that would build on existing services to provide a cost effective continuum of support services for BC families with young children, particularly those with vulnerabilities.