Who is this online course for?
We are looking for individuals eager to pursue a career in Early Childhood Education and Care, ready to embrace the multifaceted nature of the role.
Physical Requirements: The profession demands a certain level of physical resilience as it encompasses tasks like lifting children, cleaning, mopping, and rearranging furniture. Candidates should be prepared for these manual handling responsibilities that are integral to the job.
Interpersonal Competencies: Being an Early Childhood Educator is more than a job—it’s a calling. Educators in this field are pillars of support for children, aiding in their skill development, fostering positive social interactions, and championing holistic growth, well-being, and rights. Ideal candidates should possess strong interpersonal skills, exhibit a non-judgmental and understanding demeanour, and have the capacity to connect with diverse individuals. Working harmoniously in a team and maintaining composure during stressful times are crucial competencies for this role.
Practical Experience Requirements: A vital component of this Certificate is the completion of 160 hours of work placement, which allows learners to apply their theoretical knowledge in real-world settings. For those already active in the sector, demonstration of all requisite competencies can satisfy this work placement prerequisite.
Work Placement Arrangements: Learners have the option to initiate their own work placement within a suitable organisation, pending approval by Hader Institute of Education. If the learner’s current employer can provide all essential resources to meet the training package requirements, it will be authenticated by Hader Institute of Education. However, if a learner lacks a conducive workplace or cannot secure one, our Work Placement Coordinator at the Hader Institute of Education will facilitate an appropriate placement.
What will you learn online?
Throughout this course, participants will acquire a comprehensive understanding of Early Childhood Education, equipping them to operate autonomously in their field, whilst remaining receptive to advice and direction from experienced educators.
Our graduates are instrumental in shaping young minds, contributing to the enhancement of early developmental stages and overall child well-being. Their responsibilities often extend to supporting colleagues and volunteers, effectively managing individual child learning experiences, and confidently leading groups of children with a nurturing and optimistic approach.
To attain this valued CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, participants are required to complete a minimum of 160 hours of practical experience, in accordance with the Assessment Requirements of the respective competency units.
Rest assured, the skills and knowledge acquired through this certificate are fully aligned with both Commonwealth and State or Territory regulations, upholding the highest standards set by the Australian education and care industry.
Please note that there are no specific occupational licensing, certification, or legislative requirements associated with this CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at the present time.
Start your rewarding career in early childhood education and care with us today.
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