NSCECE seeks to build partnerships within the community that enhance and strengthen learning and innovation in the delivery of the ECE program.
Here are a few of our friends:
Located in various locations across Eastern Canada, Canadian Language Learning College provides an excellent environment for learning and practicing English. Through many years of experience and by using the most modern and up-to-date methods, facilities and technology available, students can be assured that they are learning English in a world-class setting. With a student body from over 20 different countries, we also offer a fun experience full of cultural diversity and sharing. With courses to suit any ability or goal, from a short vacation to entrance into an English university, it’s an amazing place to study.
Since 1998, the East Coast School of Languages has been offering exceptional ESL training to international students in Halifax, Nova Scotia – on Canada’s Atlantic coast. The school is located in the heart of downtown Halifax. If you are looking for superior English language training in a beautiful location, East Coast School of Languages is the award-winning school to choose!
Nova Scotia Community College, commonly referred to as NSCC, is a community college serving the province of Nova Scotia. The college delivers a diverse range of programs in the schools of Trades and Technology, Health and Human Services, Applied Arts and New Media, Business and Access. The college has 13 campuses located across Nova Scotia and six community learning centres. The three Lab Schools (child care demonstration sites) of NSCECE are located in the metro campuses of NSCC and offer priority placement for children of students, staff and faculty.
Serving the Halifax Regional Municipality since 1985, the Progress Centre for Early Intervention is a non-profit Resource and Community Outreach Program for Infants and Young Children with Developmental Delays.
Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia is a leading community organization that welcomes immigrants to Nova Scotia. Working in partnership, they offer services and create opportunities to help immigrants to participate fully in Canadian life. ISANS recognizes the key role of immigrants in Canadian society. ISANS works with newcomers to help them build a future in Canada. They provide a wide range of services to immigrants, from refugee resettlement to professional programs, from family counselling to English in the Workplace.
As a College offering early childhood education training, the curriculum standards are created and regulated by this branch of the government.
The Department of Labour and Advanced Education is responsible for delivering effective and efficient regulatory management for the protection of the health and safety of Nova Scotians. Private Career Colleges are licensed by this branch of the government.