How to Become a Child Care Trainer (and Succeed!)

8 Comments   Posted: 03/02/16   by Luke Imbong

How to Become a Child Care Trainer

If you enjoy teaching and caring for children, why not share your passion by training other people to do the same? Child care is massively growing today so it’s no surprise that many Australians are seeking jobs in this industry. In fact, more than 50,000 child care workers will be needed over the next several Read the full post

National Children’s Week 2015 Events

0 Comments   Posted: 24/10/15   by Luke Imbong

National Children's Week

National Children’s Week 2015 Events National Children’s Week is being celebrated Australia-wide this week from the 24th of October to the 1st of November. This year’s edition features the theme on rights of the child as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Australia’s signing of the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child. Read the full post

Can I get RPL for my early childhood education course?

4 Comments   Posted: 29/05/15   by Luke Imbong


Early Childhood Education Courses and RPL RPL stands for Recognition of Prior Learning. It is a process of recognising the skills and knowledge you already have so you don’t have to demonstrate them again during your course to gain your early childhood education qualification. In other words, RPL can help you reduce your study load Read the full post

Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care: FAQ

19 Comments   Posted: 19/05/15   by Luke Imbong


Frequently Asked Questions What will be my job prospects after this course? Do I need the Certificate III to study the Diploma? And how can I apply for RPL? These are some of the questions we receive almost everyday about the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care. You might have similar concerns if you’re Read the full post

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care: FAQ

0 Comments   Posted: 05/05/15   by Luke Imbong


Frequently Asked Questions for the Cert III ECE Can I get a job in child care? When should I look for my work placement? And what do all these acronyms mean? These are some of the questions we receive almost everyday about the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. You probably have similar Read the full post

How to Start Your Own Family Day Care

5 Comments   Posted: 23/04/15   by Luke Imbong


Do you like caring for children, but want to work from home? Start your own family day care business and do both! Child care is now one of Australia’s biggest and most important industries, with more than 1.1 million children attending child care services as of 2014.  That’s a massive 39% increase in attendance since Read the full post

Infographic: How to Start Your Child Care Career in Australia

2 Comments   Posted: 20/03/15   by Luke Imbong


Want to get a job in child care? Check out this infographic on what you need to be a child care worker. Here’s a quick rundown: • Employment is predicted to increase to 150,000 by 2018 • Sydney and the rest of New South Wales have the largest number of carers • Queensland led by Read the full post

Does Government Child Care Spending Lead to Better Services in Your State?

0 Comments   Posted: 09/03/15   by Luke Imbong


The State of Child Care in Australia Does your state do enough to support child care? The 2015 edition of the annual Report on Government Services has just been released, and with it, an updated view of Australia’s early childhood and care industry. Contained in the massive 1,800 page report is a ton of useful Read the full post

Is your child care qualification valid under the new NSW regulations?

2 Comments   Posted: 27/02/15   by Luke Imbong


Child Care Regulations in New South Wales Are you planning to get into child care or update your qualifications for this nationally important industry? Don’t let your efforts go to waste by being aware of what you need to gain formal recognition in New South Wales. Each state has specific regulations for Australians pursuing a Read the full post

How You Can Start a Career in the Booming Child Care Industry

2 Comments   Posted: 25/02/15   by Luke Imbong


So you want to have a career in child care? Did you know that child care is one of Australia’s fastest growing careers? In fact, there are expected to be more than 50,000 vacancies for child care workers between 2013-2018! Child care is such an essential service that opportunities for work can be found all Read the full post

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