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Fathia El Sakka

fathia.elsakka@hotmail.com

Education
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION | CURRENT | DURHAM COLLEGE
· Major: Early Childhood Education- Continuing Education
· Related coursework: Child Development, Child Guidance, ECE Practices, Curriculum Development,
Wellness for Children, Inclusion, Working with Parents, Child Observation

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCES HONOURS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND MODERN


LANGUAGES | APRIL 2007 | UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
· Related coursework: Political Science, Philosophy, Research, Communication, Culture Studies, French,
Spanish, Arabic

ONTARIO SECONDARY SCHOOL DIPLOMA | MAY 2002 | CANTERBURY HIGH SCHOOL


· Concentration in Literary Arts

Skills & Abilities


COMMUNICATION
· Able to respectfully and actively cultivate meaningful relationships through many communication
channels including verbal and non-verbal communication such as brochures, bulletin boards, visual
displays and letters to parents.

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
· Personal experience working directly with young children across different age groups, from infancy to
8 years old, for the past 9 years.

DEPENDABILITY
· Able to apply the appropriate problem-solving and decision-making skills to complete the task at hand.
· Able to apply creativity and flexibility to reach set goals.

PROFESSIONALISM
· Positive attitude toward learning new things and toward beneficial change.
· Adhere to current childcare policies and practices.
· Ability to demonstrate an appropriate level of formality and adapt well to changing environments.

Experience
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION STUDENT PLACEMENT| TODAY’S FAMILY EARLY
LEARNING AND CHILDCARE| SEPTEMBER 2017- APRIL 2018
· Designing and implementing inclusive and play-based early learning activities that support children’s
holistic development and are responsive to children’s diverse observed interests, abilities, and ideas.
· Establishing and maintaining responsive relationships with children and families.
· Assisting in maintaining a safe, healthy, and quality early learning environment in accordance to
current legislation and agency policies.
ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR | HUMAN CONCERN INTERNATIONAL | APRIL 2006-
FEBRUARY 2007
· General administrative duties: data input, donation transactions, filing, Child Sponsorship Program.
· Assisting in producing newsletters, annual reports, and other promotional materials.
· Writing and Editing project proposals, articles, and general correspondence as required.
· Establishing and coordinating a Youth Action project complete with budgetary and program proposals,
bi-monthly meetings, and events coordination.

RESEARCH AND PROJECT OFFICER | CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


AGENCY | MAY 2005-SEPTEMBER 2005
· Performing a diverse set of project management, research, and analysis functions in support of various
programs, such as volunteer cooperation programs and public engagement.
· Analyzing project proposals regarding CIDA policies and making recommendations for organizing and
presenting information.
· Providing suggestions to the team on work approaches to improve program efficiency, such as new
means of reaching target groups in public engagement.
· Attending meetings, preparing minutes and reports.
· Writing and translating correspondence.

Professional Training
WORKPLACE TRAINING MODULES | MAY 2017
· Workplace Violence and Harassment Prevention/ May 2017
· Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities/ May 2017
· Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System/ May 2017
· Worker Health and Safety Awareness / May 2017

CANADIAN RED CROSS | APRIL 2017


· Standard First Aid CPR- C

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY | 2005


· SAP- Agency Information System – Project System Basics
· Results Based Management and Project Coding
· Business Management Tools
· Project System Reports
Current Criminal Reference Check- Vulnerable Sector Screening.
References Available Upon Request.

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