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  •  The qualification is founded on the National Quality Framework (NQF). Participants will learn how to lead their service to meet and exceed the requirements of compliance and the NQF. Units of learning will grow skills and knowledge in building great relationships for high performing teams, strategic and business planning, managing budgets, recruitment, workforce planning, performance, finances and advocacy. Strong leadership and management is linked with delivery of quality programs and improved outcomes for children and this course will develop strong and dynamic leadership vital for a thriving ECEC organisation.The course will be run via blended delivery and include webinars, self paced online sessions and face to face classroom days. The course will run for 18 months starting March 2017. It is now open for enrolment – CLICK HERE to enrol. CLICK HERE for course overview.
  •  The first of its kind… a qualification specifically for Educational Leaders. The course is designed for team leaders, second-in-charge, room leaders and educational leaders and will grow knowledge and skills in Educational Leadership – from planning, developing and delivering curriculum and programs, and leading and managing for high quality performance. This is a unique opportunity for delivering the highest quality programs and practice in your service.The course will be run via blended delivery and include webinars, self paced online sessions and face to face classroom days. The course will run for 18 months starting March 2017. It is now open for enrolment – CLICK HERE to enrol. CLICK HERE for course overview.
  • This unit of competency is required by nominated supervisors, certified supervisors and authorised supervisors. The unit covers the requirements for mandatory reporters in NSW, information on the Keep Them Safe program and identifying significant harm and risk factors. The unit is offered via blended education, customised training at your specified location or via one of our regular workshops. Please CLICK HERE to find out more about child protection training.
  • The Diploma of Early Education and Care is for educators who wish to be responsible for designing and implementing curriculum in early childhood education and care settings. They wish to implement the implementation of the Early Years Learning Framework (or other approved learning framework), within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulation and the National Quality Standard. They may have responsibility for the supervision of others in the workplace. The qualification includes topics such as legislation, health and safety (and ensuring workplace health and safety), observation and documentation, cultural competency and engagement with families, communities and leading a team. There is a strong focus on leadership and management with early childhood settings.There are no prerequisites in engage in this qualification, however participants are recommended to be able to participate at a Diploma level.To engage in this qualification, participants must complete at least 240 hours of work within an early childhood setting across a range of age groups (including infants and toddlers) and within management positions. There are 28 units of competency within the qualification. Participants will be assessed through a combination of questioning, observation within a workplace, third party feedback and personal journal.The Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care is recognised across Australia. It can be commenced at any time. The qualification can be gained through a blended option, traineeship or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). To enrol in this program or for more information, visit the fees and enrolment page. CLICK HERE for course overview.
  • The Certificate III in Early Education and Care is for people who wish to commence in a career in the early childhood education and care profession. Educators with experience may also be seeking recognition for their skills and experience. This qualification covers educators who support the implementation of the Early Years Learning Framework (or other approved learning framework) and support children’s wellbeing, learning and development. Depending on the setting, workers may work under direct supervision or autonomously. The qualification includes topics such as legislation, health and safety, observation and documentation, cultural competency and engagement with families, communities and the work team.Under the Education and Care Services National Regulations 2012, educators in most early childhood settings must hold or be actively working towards at least a Certificate III level qualification.To engage in this qualification, participants must complete at least 120 hours of work within an early childhood setting across a range of age groups (including infants and toddlers).  There are 18 units of competency within the qualification. Participants will be assessed through a combination of questioning, observation within a workplace, third party feedback and personal journal.The Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is recognised across Australia. It can be commenced at any time. The qualification can be gained through a blended option, traineeship or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). To enrol in this program or for more information, visit the fees and enrolment page. CLICK HERE for course overview.

Course overviews for each of these courses is available from CCCC. Send an email here to request a copy.

For the Certificate III and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care, you may be able to access funded opportunities under NSWs Smart and Skilled program. Visit the Traineeship page for more information or visit the Smart and Skilled website at  www.smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au

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