Currently our face to face sessions are on hold, but we have developed a range of interactive and thought provoking online learning to help you through COVID-19 and continue your professional learning.

 

With reduced attendance across all service types, it is likely that many educators may not be required to physically work at the service or may do so on a rotational basis. A number of educators may have health matters that prevent them from attending work. In the event of a prolonged forced closure, whole teams may be working from home. Irrespective of the reason, productivity can be maintained through our online learning series.

 

Delivered in a variety of 2- 3 hour sessions or 2 part series, our online learning has been designed to provide information you need to know now, inspire ideas and further develop professional practice and build Teacher Accreditation hours.

 

We have developed new sessions to enable Nominated Supervisors and Approved Providers to navigate their responsibilities in relation to COVID-19, as well as training to support the wellbeing of early education professionals during this uncertain period.

 

We have also taken many of our popular courses and designed them to enable your continued learning. Sessions include:

Click below on the ‘book now’ button for more information regarding session times and venue locations.

The Law and the Regs for Nominated Supervisors

2 HOUR WEBINAR

 

This 2 hour webinar has been designed to help you to keep ahead in this ever changing climate.

 

Know your responsibilities: What are the important things you need to be aware of?
Stay connected: What are the recommended sources of information?
Communication: How can you support your families?

 

The who, what , when and where of staying on top of your responsibilities during the current climate.

  Date:

Webinar
3 April
9 April
16 April
5 May

 

2 hour session

 

CELA member – $120
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Non-member – $135
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The Law and the Regs for Approved Providers

2 HOUR WEBINAR

In these rapidly changing times the role of the Approved Provider is vital to the service.

This 2 hour webinar is for existing Approved Providers to assist you in supporting a strong and viable education and care service.

 

Know your responsibilities: What are the important things you need to be aware of?
Stay connected: What are the recommended sources of information?
Communication: How can you support your educators?

The who, what, when and where of staying on top of your Approved Provider responsibilities during the current climate.

 

 

  Date:

Webinar

2 April
16 April
4 May

2 hour session

 

CELA member – $120
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Non-member – $135
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Leadership in Rapid Times Of Change

 

In the wake of the COVID-19 global health crisis, you may find yourself in unfamiliar territory. As an early childhood leader, you are being called to navigate a high level of rapid change and uncertainty.

 

When leading through a space of rapid uncertainty, it is easy to move into overwhelm, confusion and stress. Productivity and focus may decrease, moving you to a place of reactivity, just at the time when your staff, children, families, and communities need you the most.

 

Fortunately, with the help of some of the latest neuroscience research, we can learn skills to navigate the impact uncertainty has on us and quickly realign so that we can respond with ease and confidence.

 

In this webinar, Early Education Leadership founder, speaker, leadership coach, and training facilitator Sarah Moore will share how we respond to uncertainty and share practical tips to use to navigate these uncertain times, while also maintaining our sense of wellbeing.

 

Join this 90-Minute webinar, Leading Through Times of Change and Uncertainty, on Thursday 2nd April at 10:30 am to 12:00 pm.

 

In our thought-provoking, 90-minute webinar, you’ll join a conversational space to explore:

  • How your perspective creates your reality
  • Why self-leadership is so important in the way you lead others
  • Our brains, the impact of change and uncertainty
  • Instant leadership tools and strategies
  • Group current challenges, insights and ideas we can support ourselves
  • Q & A with Sarah Moore

This interactive webinar will provide participants with an opportunity to ask questions, share their challenges and experiences.

  Date:
Webinar

16 April

1.5 hour session

 

CELA member – $90
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Non-member – $100
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Uncertainty and Wellbeing

 

How Are You Coping? As the news of the Covid-19 health crisis unfolds in Australia, early childhood professionals are being called to respond to a high level of rapid change both personally and professionally.

 

You have less information for decision making, as well as shifting routines and workload priorities to deal with. Early childhood professionals are starting to feel less confident and are starting to struggle to cope with the incomplete picture and lack of certainty and are at risk of having reduced levels of wellbeing and performance.

 

In this webinar, Early Education Leadership founder, speaker, leadership coach, and training facilitator Sarah Moore will share some impactful, evidence-based, and easy-to-use approaches. These approaches will give early childhood professionals and their services confidence to support their wellbeing and cope with the inevitable demands of uncertainty.

 

Join this 90-Minute webinar, Uncertainty and Wellbeing: How are You Coping?, on Monday 6th April 2020 at 10:30 am to 12:00 pm.


In our thought-provoking, 90-minute webinar, you’ll join a conversational space to explore:

  • Change: uncertainty and the impact on our relationships and wellbeing
  • What does rapid change mean and how can you combat overwhelming feelings
  • The power of pausing and resetting ourselves, so we can realign ourselves in times of stress
  • Moving from isolation to connect: How can you consciously make this a regular practice?
  • Three quick and straightforward activates to take away and use and introduce to your team
  • Q & A with Sarah Moore.

 

This interactive webinar will provide participants with an opportunity to ask questions, share their challenges and experiences.

  Date:
Webinar

20 April

1.5 hour session

CELA member – $90
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Non-member – $100
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CHCPRT001 – Identify & Respond to Children and Young People at Risk (Webinar 3 Part Series) – NESA Registered PD – RTO ID: 90842

 

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 this requirement.

 

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. The training will include an overview of Keep Them Safe, requirements for mandatory reporters in NSW, identifying significant harm and risk factors, the provision of child safe environments and an overview of the Child Story Reporter.

 

Completing Identify and respond to children and young people at risk, will contribute 6 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (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.

  Date:

Webinar – 3 part series
15, 22 & April
1, 8 & 15 May
27, 28 & 29 May

 

 CELA members – $200
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Non-members – $225
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Approved Provider – new providers (one on one session)

2 PART SERIES

 

This 2 part webinar series will support individual approved providers in understanding and meeting their operational requirements under the National Quality Framework (NQF).

Designed to work with you ‘one on one’, our expert facilitators will guide you through practice based scenarios and build you knowledge of the National Law and Regulations. No matter what your learning needs are this individualised session will support your knowledge and ability to provide strong governance.

 

You will leave with a better understanding of how to apply the National Law and Regulations in relation to education and service governance.


Participants will receive a copy of CELA’s ‘Starting from Scratch’ resource as well as other relevant resources, links and support.

 

*Sessions are also available by appointment, please call us on 1800 157 818 to find out more

  Date:
Webinar – 2 part series

3 & 6 April
18 & 25 May

Sessions also available by appointment

2 hour sessions

 

CELA member – $800
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Non-member – $880
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Approved Provider – experienced providers (one on one session)

3 HOUR SESSION

This webinar will support individual, experienced and current approved providers to create a further understanding of the operational requirements under the National Quality Framework (NQF).

Designed to work with you ‘one on one’, our expert facilitators will guide you through practice based scenarios and build your current knowledge of the National Law and Regulations.

 

You will leave with a better understanding of how to apply the National Law and Regulations and better support your team.


Participants will receive a copy of CELA’s ‘Starting from Scratch’ resource as well as other relevant resources, links and support.

 

*Sessions are also available by appointment, please call us on 1800 157 818 to find out more

  Date:
Webinar

22 April*

3 hour session

 

CELA member – $600
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Non-member – $660
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Introduction to Play Theory

NESA REGISTERED PD

What is play theory? Can educators use play as a successful behaviour intervention?

This interactive session will explore play theory, our interpretation of play, and whether educators are choosing the most effective and ethical behaviour intervention strategies. We will also discover new ways to support children’s play narratives, imaginations and creativity.

This is an essential workshop for those wanting to better enable themselves to respond to behaviour through more playful interventions.

 

 

Completing Introduction to Play Theory will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar – 2 part series
28 & 29 April
12 & 20 May

2.5 hour sessions

 

 CELA members – $300
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Non-members – $330
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Neuroscience and Behaviour

NESA REGISTERED PD

Drawing from current research in relation to how children’s brains grow and develop, this session will support you to identify a child’s stress related behaviour and develop an understanding of how the brain and body work together to create behavioural responses. This research and science can apply a new ‘lens’ to how we view children’s behaviour and our responses as educators.

 

 

 

 

 

Completing Neuroscience and Behaviour will contribute to 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar
8 April
23 April
7 May

2 hour session

 

CELA members – $120
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Non-members – $135
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New Research and Theory in Behaviour

NESA REGISTERED PD

This session builds on your knowledge from Theory Basics of Behaviour. We will explore the science and theory behind current research as well as new strategies that support children’s behaviour, and look at our own behaviour as educators. This session has been designed to introduce practical strategies that you can implement into your service.

 

 

 

Completing New Research and theory in Behaviour will contribute to 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar
23 April
2 hour session

 

 CELA members – $120
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Non-members – $135
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Practical Approaches to Programming for Educational Leaders

NESA REGISTERED PD

This 2 hour webinar will identify your current documentation practices and how they fit into the cycle of planning.

Develop a clearer understanding of your documentation method, highlight your key practices and reveal any gaps that can be addressed to support children’s learning and development.

 

 

 

Completing Practical approaches on Programming and Documentation will contribute 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 3.6.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar
17 April
11 May

2 hour session

 

 CELA members – $120
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Non-members – $135
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Practical Approaches to Programming for New and Inexperienced Educators

NESA REGISTERED PD

This 2 hour webinar will identify your current documentation practices and how this fits into the cycle of planning.

Develop a clearer understanding of your documentation methods, identify your key practices and reveal any gaps that can be addressed to support children’s learning and development.

 

 

 

Completing Practical approaches on Programming and Documentation will contribute 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 3.6.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar
17 April
2 hour session

 

 CELA members – $120
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Non-members – $135
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Theory Basics of Behaviour

NESA REGISTERED PD

Sometimes we use strategies to support children’s behaviour but can be unsure of what theory supports this. This session will explore your current strategies and assist you to identify the theory you are using. We will also share new theories that will support further strategies. A great session for whole teams to critically reflect on the current behaviour strategies and identify your key practices when supporting children’s behaviour.

 

 

Completing Theory Basics of Behaviour will contribute to 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar
21 April
6 May

2 hour session

 

 CELA members – $120
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Non-members – $135
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Under the Volcano

NESA REGISTERED PD

Have you ever wondered what causes a volcano to erupt?

This two part webinar series provides an overview of brain development and theories of child development. Participants will engage in discussion that helps them to think about the child’s perspective on what’s driving their behaviours. We will learn how to look more deeply at children’s behaviour and to think about what causes the eruption.

With a focus on realistic and practical strategies, this webinar series is designed as a starting point for educators wanting to build their skills and understanding when children’s behaviour.

Completing Under the Volcano – Understanding children’s emotions and behaviours, knowing how to respond, not react, will contribute 4 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar – 2 part series
7 & 15 April
19 & 25 May

2.5 hour sessions

 CELA members – $300
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Non-members – $330
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Do You See What They See

NESA REGISTERED PD – 2 PART WEBINAR SERIES

“The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of childhood into maturity.” – Thomas Henry Huxley

 

When we observe children, what is our purpose and what are we seeing? How often do we take the time to properly observe children’s play? Are we capturing the wonder and amazement that children experience through their play?

 

During this session, educators will have the opportunity to identify the lenses through which they view children. We will also discuss strategies to engage with children in a more meaningful and respectful teaching and learning process.

 

This session aims to inspire educators to reflect on their practice and find ways to highlight the understandings that children formulate about the world during play. Educators will explore how to use their observations to plan environments that form deeper connections to children’s exploration and discovery.

Completing both sessions of , Do You See What They See ? contributes 5 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 3.5.2 and 3.6.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar – 2 part series
14 & 21 May

2.5 hour sessions

 CELA members – $300
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Non-members – $330
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Self Assessment

NESA REGISTERED PD – 2 HOUR WEBINAR

A key focus for out New South Wales Regulatory Authority is the self- assessment process and utilising the ACECQA Self-Assessment Tool.

 

This 2 hour session will clarify how services can implement this new tool into their service by using the information in their current Quality Improvement Plan and begin to identify key practices that meet the our high benchmark of quality – The National Quality Standard.

 

 

 

 

Completing both sessions of, Self Assessment contributes 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 7.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

  Date:

Webinar
12 May

 

2 hour session

 CELA members – $120
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Non-members – $135
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Expert training with CELA

As the peak body for Australia’s early and middle childhood education sector, CELA has developed a reputation for excellence in early childhood professional development. Our highly experienced facilitators have trained thousands of industry professionals across Australia.

 

The EYLF lists eight principles that educators can draw on to promote children’s learning:

  • adopting holistic approaches
  • being responsive to children
  • planning and implementing learning through play
  • intentional teaching
  • creating physical and social learning environments that have a positive impact on children’s learning
  • valuing the cultural and social contexts of children and their families
  • providing for continuity in experiences and enabling children to have successful transition
  • assessing and monitoring children’s learning to inform provision and to support children in achieving learning outcomes.

Our sessions will help you to build on these eight principles and give you practical ways to implement them in your individual settings.

 

Interested in our online courses but can’t make the date?

Don’t worry, we can tailor the course to your needs at a time and date that suits your team.

Find out more about our customised training.

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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