Service providers and partners
If you are a licensed child care service provider, we have resources to help.
Reopening child care programs
We've created information to support training and protect the health and safety of staff, children and families. Access the following resources for:
Starting a licensed child care program
If you care for more than 5 children under the age of 13 years who have different parents, you must be licensed as a child care provider under the Child Care and Early Years Act.
EYCCS fee subsidy agreement
During the COVID pandemic, enrolment for fee subsidy decreased and is still lower than pre-pandemic levels. However, to support families, the Region will begin accepting applications for Fee Subsidy Agreements beginning January 2022.
All providers interested in a new EYCCS Subsidy Agreement must apply through the new application form. The Region will notify you of the decision to accept or decline your application within approximately 30 calendar days of receiving a completed Step 1 application form.
Funding support for professionals and service providers
- Manage early years and child care funds using GovGrants
- Resources for professionals and service providers
Partnership handbook - for school-based early years and child care partners
The Peel Partnership Handbook supports collaborative and positive working relationships among school staff, early years and child care providers, and other community programs. This helps for seamless transition between the school day and the early years and child care programs in the school.
Volunteer and student employment opportunities
We’re currently not accepting student placements due to COVID-19 restrictions.