Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care – CHC50113
This Qualification covers workers in Children’s services who are responsible for planning, implementing and managing programs in early childhood services, in accordance with licensing, accreditation and duty of care requirements. At this level: Workers have responsibility for supervision of other staff and volunteers. In most states it is the highest Qualification required at Director or service manager level for Children’s services centre-based care.
Employment may be sought in the following areas:
- Authorized supervisor (children’s services)
- Centre Manager (children’s services)
- Children’s advisor
- Children’s service Director/Manager
- Children’s service coordinator
- Director (children’s services)
- Child Care worker Group/team coordinator/leader (children’s services)
- Program leader (children’s services)
- Child development worker
Modes of Delivery
- Self-paced external study packages
- Recognition of Prior Learning
- Online study packages and distance Education
- Saturday workshops
- Night Classes
Self paced means you can fit study in with your lifestyle. There are no due dates on assessment and no exams, although each unit has an expiry of three months. The average time it takes to complete this program is four years part-time or two years full time. The more time you allocate to study the quicker you can achieve your qualification. Our highly qualified Trainer Assessors can provide you with a training plan to assist you with completion timeframes for each unit to suit your study goals.
A practical component is also required for the course, a minimum of 240 work placement hours and students are also required to complete additional workplace tasks for all units.
- Completion of a online student orientation test and completion of a student evaluation on language, literacy and numeracy
Completion of on-the-job tasks in a Children’s Services setting is a compulsory requirement of this Qualification. This means that students must have access to a licensed regulated Child Care Service on a regular basis. The on-the-job experience gives students the practical and hands on skills required to achieve competency.
A minimum of 240 hours of workplace experience is required for the whole of the CHC50113, however students will more than likely complete more than 240 hours in total. Please note that certain units require that a task should be demonstrated a number of times and over a period of time. The aim of workplace experience also assists students to develop foundation skills such as communication, interpreting, following instructions, problem solving and working in a team.
HLTAID004 – Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting
We conduct regular First Aid Classes at our College. Please note that these classes are delivered by B.L.S. First Aid Training, RTO: 3399. B.L.S First Aid Training deliver and assess this unit and issue the Qualification. http://www.blsfirstaid.com.au