Early Childhood Assistant

Shape Young Minds with TAHA College’s Early Childhood Assistant Program.

39 weeks

Shape Young Minds with TAHA College’s Early Childhood Assistant Program

TAHA College’s Early Childhood Assistant (ECA) program is your gateway to a rewarding career in early childhood education, equipping you with the skills and knowledge to foster development and learning in young children.

Expert Faculty: Learn from seasoned educators and industry experts who bring extensive knowledge and practical experience to the classroom. Benefit from their insights and mentorship.

Our program emphasizes experiential learning through interactive activities, workshops, and real-world placements. Gain the confidence and skills needed to excel in early childhood settings.

Whether you’re starting your career or seeking to enhance your credentials, our ECA program prepares you for various roles in childcare centers, preschools, and other educational environments.

At TAHA College, we prioritize your success. Experience a nurturing learning atmosphere with personalized support and resources to help you thrive.

Comprehensive Curriculum: Dive into essential topics such as child development, educational psychology, health and safety, and creative activities. Our curriculum is designed to create competent and caring early childhood assistants.

Field Placements: Gain practical experience through field placements, where you will apply your knowledge in real childcare settings under the supervision of professionals.

Professional Networking: Connect with industry professionals, alumni, and peers, building a network that supports your career aspirations and growth.

Flexible Scheduling: Our program offers flexible learning schedules to accommodate your lifestyle, allowing you to balance your studies with other commitments.

The need for qualified people who have finished formal training, such that provided in this diploma programme, is growing in the sector. There are career prospects in early learning centres, Montessori schools, childcare facilities, kindergartens, nursery schools, and centres for exceptional children.

  • An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent; or be at least 18 years of age or older and pass an entry test.


  • English proficiency requirement for international students.
  • Medical Certificate.
  • Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Reference Check.
  • Standard First Aid & CPR Level C Certification.
  • To successfully meet the program outcomes the student must:

    • Achieve a minimum mark of 65% in all of the module assignments and exams
    • Achieve a satisfactory rating in the internship evaluation

Source: jobbank.gc.ca (NOC 6562)

The information provided is sourced from the Government of Canada’s Job Bank, ensuring accuracy and relevance to the current job market trends for Aestheticians, Electrologists, and Related Occupations in Ontario under the National Occupational Classification code 6562.