Archive for April, 2010

Keeping Up With Changes in Early Childhood Education

0 Comments   Posted: 21/04/10   by Inspire Media

Here’s What You Need to Know About the Changes in Early Childhood Education Just recently I was reading an article which really brought to my attention how the role of the child care worker has changed.  In fact, even the term “child care worker” can now nearly be changed to “early childhood professional” overnight.  This is Read the full post

Children Reading Assistance Guidelines

0 Comments   Posted: 19/04/10   by Inspire Media

What Should You do When Reading to Children? Many parents and carers feel that they are not qualified to assist children with reading, and that it is something which should be left up to those who have training in this area. They often feel that they would not know where to start assisting a non-reader Read the full post

Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics

0 Comments   Posted: 16/04/10   by Brent Rogers

Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics

This Code of Ethics provides a framework for reflection about the ethical responsibilities of early childhood professionals.  Following a national process of consultation, principles emerged which are indicative of the values we share as early childhood professionals in Australia.  The code is intended for use by all early childhood professionals who work with or on Read the full post

OHS Training: Safety Reps and Safety Officers

0 Comments   Posted: 13/04/10   by Inspire Media

Bullying in the Workplace and WHS OHS

There seems to be confusion for many people who work in the safety industry over what a Health and Safety Representative is required to do, and how the company they work for should act towards the Safety Rep. Here is some information to clarify the role of the Health and Safety Representative and try to Read the full post

OHS Emergency Recovery Plans

0 Comments   Posted: 12/04/10   by Inspire Media

OHS Emergency Recovery Plans

Far too often in the workplace, tasks are performed without due care to occupational health and safety being thought out and exercised prior to commencement of the task. Job Hazard Analyses (JHA’s) are one tool to assist OHS that can be found for most tasks and roles, but they are only a small function of Read the full post

Update on Proposed Child Care Legislation Changes

0 Comments   Posted: 09/04/10   by Inspire Media

Message to Services – National Quality Agenda The following message regarding the National Quality Agenda has been forwarded to services  from Michael Manthorpe, Deputy Secretary Department of Education, Employment and Industrial Relations, Chair Stakeholder Reference Group for NQA Implementation. Dear service provider Since the agreement in December 2009 to the new National Quality Agenda for early Read the full post

Children’s Hygiene in Child Care

0 Comments   Posted: 06/04/10   by Inspire Media

Teaching children about hygiene is part of child care

What Should You Know About Hygiene in Child Care? It is very important to assist children to become responsible for their own hygiene practices. There is a fine line between letting children explore their own environment in a natural way, and hence letting them get dirty; and, as a consequence, building their immune systems; and Read the full post

Inspire Launches NEW Bookkeeping Qualification!

0 Comments   Posted: 01/04/10   by Brent Rogers

The New Bookkeeping Qualification is Now Out! Update: The latest nationally recognised and accredited Bookkeeping is now Certificate IV in Bookkeeping Course (FNS40215), Click Here to Inquire on the New Qualification. (Note: The following “Cert IV in Bookkeeping course FNS40207 course” is now superseded by the Certificate IV in Bookkeeping Course FNS40215) We are proud to announce the launch Read the full post

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