Our webinar courses will enrich all educators including Educational Leaders who are looking for inspiration and guidance in this role. There are also workshops designed for professionals looking to sharpen their leadership skills and enhance relationships with colleagues, children and families.
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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.
The Co Creative Leader Webinar Series
Developing the capacity of your team through mentoring and coaching strategies
Many Directors, Nominated Supervisors, Educational Leaders and Room Leaders are beginning to find themselves as incidental mentors and coaches. Understanding the role of mentor and coach can greatly assist them when supporting the professional development of educators within their service.
This valuable webinar series provides an understanding of how to identify educators’ current competencies and learning needs, while gaining practical skills to facilitate creative individual and group learning. This is a 3 part webinar series, each session 2 hours 10.00am -12.00pm.
QUALITY AREAS – 1, 4, 6 & 7
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.
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