Guiding children with different levels of development and backgrounds can be challenging because there are a lot of factors to keep in mind when working in the education sector. To be able to foster children’s learning and development in the best possible way is not only a profession but a noble service and can be incredibly rewarding especially when you see the positive impact of your work and the difference you make in the lives of young people.
Childhood educators have the responsibility and commitment to help children be equipped with skills and tools to build a solid foundation for learning and succeed as they get older while creating meaningful relationships with these children in a diverse community setting at the same time.
Being able to establish the ability to effectively work and communicate is crucial and should be done in a way that is respectful and positive. Assistance is also needed in the midst of encountering difficulties such as barriers to learning to those with disabilities and special needs. Ensuring the health, safety, and welfare is important to have a more conducive learning space that allows you and your team to effectively perform tasks knowing that they are in a risk-free environment.
Take part in the development of young minds! The CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care course is the entry-level course that allows you to work in a childcare centre, as well as having other opportunities such as a becoming a qualified Nanny, working at a family day care and outside school care.
If you aim to have a role that allows you to supervise and develop the curriculum of an early childhood education and care service, the CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care course can teach you the necessary skills to do that.
If you are interested in working with older children, we also offer CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support.
“Expecting all children the same age to learn from the same materials is like expecting all children the same age to wear the same size clothing.” — Madeline Hunter
“To assist a child we must provide him with an environment which will enable him to develop freely.” — Maria Montessori