Under the National Quality Framework, Nominated and Certified Supervisors must have training in child protection in order to be the responsible person in charge of a service.

 

This unit from the CHC Community Services Training Package meets the NQF requirements in NSW relating to the role of the Nominated Supervisor and Responsible person. The session covers the responsibilities of mandatory reporters in NSW, teaches how to identify significant harm and risk factors, and outlines what’s required in the provision of child safe environments. Participants who successfully complete the related assessment task will be issued with a Statement of Attainment (SOA) for this unit. This SOA is Nationally Recognised.


Completing Identify and respond to children and young people at risk, contributes 6 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 7.1.2 and 7.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. Participants must attend the full session to be eligible for the accredited hours*

Cost and delivery modes

Face to Face Training


7 hours (1 day) face-to-face training plus additional time to complete assessments (self-paced). This must be completed within the 6-month enrolment period.

  • $250 – Member
  • $275 – Non-Member

Scheduled Webinars


Self-paced. This must be completed within the 6-month enrolment period.

  • $200 – Member
  • $225 – Non-Member

Customised Training (at your location)

We can come to your workplace or specific location. Please contact us on 1800 157 818 if you wish to enquire about this mode of delivery.

CELA’s Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID: 90842) provides accredited, nationally recognised qualifications including our child protection training for childcare, early and middle childhood educators. We use high-quality, customised training and assessment materials written by subject matter experts to meet the unique requirements of the early childhood sector.

Find out about CELA's new learning and development calendar

30 sessions to choose from, including three brand new topics

 

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New sessions

Transition to school

Going to Big School Next Year –
Helping Families and Children Prepare

NESA registered PD

Early years educators understand the changes children face when moving to school – what more can we do to ensure each child (and their family) is truly ready to transition? This session will explore how we can prepare children and families to embrace the transition and to have a clear picture of what to expect at big school and work together to create achievable long term goals.

 

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Educator wellbeing – filling an empty bucket

NESA registered PD

This session will explore where you find your ‘flow’ and what depletes your energy. It is important for educators to identify what fills their bucket and enable them to be present when working with children and their team mates. Drawing from Positive Psychology, Neuroscience and Emotional Intelligence this workshop aims to support educator wellbeing. It will help you to formulate strategies that enable you to navigate difficult conversations, tricky personalities and assist you in identifying and embracing your strengths, passions and purpose as an educator.

 

 

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Children’s Rights, Children’s Voices

NESA registered PD

This session aims to explore the background to the concept of the rights of the child with links to the EYLF, Code of Ethics and the National Quality Standards, and how to embed the rights of the child in practice.  Participants will examine Standard 5.1.2 The dignity and rights of every child are maintained and its implications for practice and explore strategies of how to embed the rights of the child in daily practices, programs and relationships.

 

 

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Did you know that members receive a 10% discount on training?

CELA has been supporting early education and care professionals for over 40 years

CELA training equips educators with knowledge that changes practice and underpins quality education

Almost 4,000 early educators, across all qualification levels, participated in learning and development with CELA in 2018 alone.

 

Our early childhood and middle childhood professional development programs have been designed by sector experts to support the NQF outcomes, the EYLF and MTOP. As the peak body for Australia’s early and middle childhood education sector, we have developed a reputation for professional development excellence.

Meet our facilitators

CELA’s Learning and Development facilitators come from a wide range of early education backgrounds, equipping them with practical sector based experience which is second to none.  All our facilitators have a common passion for meaningful growth in every educators practice, resulting in better outcomes for children.

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