Whether you’re beginning or building your career in early childhood education and care, the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to educate, care for and guide the learning and development of young children who attend early learning services in Australia.
You will learn how to apply organisational policies and procedures, and plan activities for children, while facilitating their education and play, enabling them to achieve developmental outcomes.
Communities@Work’s Registered Training Organisation (RTO), The Centre of Professional Learning and Education (CPLE) specialises in early childhood education and care. Our quality, evidence-based approach provides a range of teaching and learning strategies, including: face to face workshops, workshop tasks, projects, and practical, hands-on experience in the work environment. We support all learners and ensure our training and assessment services provide you with a quality learning experience.
Our information sessions will provide an overview of the course, requirements, fees and enrolment. Fee information will cover potential Government funding available, including information regarding ACT Skilled Capital Funding*.
Sessions will be facilitated by our RTO Manager, who will answer answer any questions you may have.
The information session will be followed a Literacy and Numeracy assessment, which will take 2 hours to complete.
If you are interested in attending an information session, please register below.
*Skilled Capital is an ACT Government training initiative, funded by the ACT and Australian Governments.
This qualification may be a pathway to the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113).
If you are passionate about a career in the early education and care sector, consider applying for our Ascend Program – an industry leading Early Childhood Education and Care traineeship.
172 Dixon Drive, Holder ACT, 2611