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WCIG Training Services is hosting CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

28 Apr 2017 - Enrol or inquire today!

Days: Wednesday  and Friday (9:30am – 3:00pm) and Thursday Work Placement

Location:  WCIG Melton - 51 Bakery Square, Melton

Commencing Mid-May 2017

Contact: Naomi Caruana at Training Services on 9689 3437 or 0425 813 773

Cost: FREE* For Eligible Students. Please contact us for eligibility criteria

 

WCIG’s Fully Accredited CPP20611 - Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is an entry level course especially designed for those who are working or intending to work within the children’s services industry. It provides a useful introduction into understanding, caring for and supporting the development of young children. This qualification provides the skills needed to work as a child care assistant within a long day care setting, Out of School Hours care, and family day care or as a nanny.

Prospective students must be able to gain a Working with Children Check and pass a police check prior to commencement of the course.

 

Potential Job Outcomes include:

  • Authorised / Nominated Supervisor (children’s services)
  • Children’s services coordinator
  • Centre manager (children’s services)
  • Director (children’s services)
  • Child care educator
  • Group/team coordinator/leader (children’s services)
  • Children’s adviser
  • Program leader (children’s services)
  • Children’s service director / manager
  • Child development educator

 

Employers in industry can be:

  • Local Council
  • Childcare Centres
  • Primary Schools
  • Private Clients


The class component is typically 6 months in duration. Students generally have around 12 contact hours per week over two days in a classroom (Wednesday and Friday) and 6-8 hours per week (Thursday) in work placement. The student should also set aside time each week for personal study time. Work Placement will be sourced locally for the students by the trainer.  

Assessment types vary, but can include demonstrations, knowledge tests, observations, case studies, reports, projects presentations and work placement assessments.

Our experienced and supportive Early Childhood Education and Care trainers will be with you every step of the way. They are passionate about delivering quality Early Childhood Education and Care courses and relevant learning opportunities to our students.


*This training is delivered to eligible individuals with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding