- This course is only available to Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents
Do you love kids? Have you ever thought about getting involved in early childhood care, only to change your mind because you figured that you would need a lot of schooling to start such a career? Do you have time available for two days per week?
The CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood, Education, and Care is a good first step to take if you are serious about working with children. You will learn how to care for babies, toddlers, and children, how to select healthy food and drinks for kids, how to implement approved learning frameworks in early childhood educational settings and more. With this qualification, you will be able to work in early childhood education environments that are compliant with National Quality Standards and Education and Care Services National Regulations. Such settings are not permitted to allow employees to work directly with children without the Certificate III course.
What You'll Learn
- Care for babies and toddlers
- Workplace health and safety
- Developing positive relationships
- Behaviour support
- Legal and ethical frameworks
- Culture competence and diversity
- Holistic development
- First Aid / CPR / Asthma / Anaphylaxis
- In-classIn class delivery - predominately face to face course content conducted at a specific location
- BlendedBlended delivery - both online course content and partial face to face requirements
- OnlineOnline delivery - online course content with the exception of assessments and work placement
- VirtualVirtual Delivery - Live and interactive classroom-style learning conducted completely online
Duration and Study Load
2 days a week for 38 weeks, plus completion of placement.
The course is classroom-based giving students access to a trainer who guides and supports them through all aspects of the course. Classes run two days per week, with one day a week being held in a computer lab with a qualified trainer to assist and support students with course content, researching and general computer skills. Students are also able to gain individual help from their trainer if needed.
Recognition of Prior Learning
RPL is recognition of prior learning and may allow some students to have prior experience assessed. Credit transfers are available to students who are able to present appropriate evidence. For further information regarding Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfers please enquire now.
We use a range of assessment methods including:
- Written assessments
- Case studies
- Group discussions
- Workplace portfolios
- Oral questions
- Practical placement logbook
NIET is operating as normal during COVID-19, in line with government measures. Scheduled courses are still going ahead.
About Nepean Industry Edge Training
As a quality-focused and reputable training organisation, our industry connections allow us to train students in current practices, giving our students job-ready skills upon course completion.
Our industry experience means we understand what the workplace is looking for in the way of staff and make sure courses will give employers and individuals the maximum return on their investment.
We know that when training is delivered clearly and concisely by passionate individuals, all students have the opportunity to achieve their potential. The result is a competent and confident employee that contributes real value to the organisation.