Competencies Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Assistant in Ontario

Find out what competencies you typically need to work as an early childhood educator (ECE) assistant in Canada. These competencies are applicable to all Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202).

Skills Help - Skills

Proficiency or complexity level
Learning and Teaching Strategies 5 - Highest Level
Social Perceptiveness 4 - High Level
Instructing 4 - High Level
Critical Thinking 3 - Moderate Level
Problem Solving 3 - Moderate Level
Evaluation 3 - Moderate Level
Oral Communication: Active Listening 3 - Moderate Level
Writing 3 - Moderate Level
Oral Communication: Oral Expression 3 - Moderate Level
Oral Communication: Oral Comprehension 3 - Moderate Level

Personal Attributes Help - Personal Attributes

Importance
Adaptability 5 - Extremely important
Concern for Others 5 - Extremely important
Social Orientation 5 - Extremely important
Service Orientation 5 - Extremely important
Creativity 4 - Highly important
Collaboration 4 - Highly important
Leadership 4 - Highly important
Independence 4 - Highly important
Stress Tolerance 4 - Highly important
Active Learning 3 - Important

Interest Help - Interest

Knowledge Help - Knowledge

Knowledge level
Languages 2 - Intermediate Level
Training, Mentoring and Coaching 2 - Intermediate Level
Teaching 2 - Intermediate Level
Client Service 2 - Intermediate Level
Clerical 2 - Intermediate Level
Mathematics 1 - Basic Level
Library, Conservation, and Heritage 1 - Basic Level
Humanities 1 - Basic Level
Arts 1 - Basic Level
Performance Measurement 1 - Basic Level

Source Occupational and Skills Information System

Labour Market Information Survey
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