Children First Training partners with Humanitix, OzHarvest and Yalari

Children First Training Humanitix OzHarvest Yalari

Children First Training is proud to announce our new ticketing partner, Humanitix, a wonderful social-impact company, giving back to those in need.

Our training service provides expert and affordable professional development courses for staff and educators in the early childhood education and care sector. With a vast range on offer from First Aid to understanding the Early Years Learning Framework, workshops for OOSH providers,  as well as creative and culturally diverse courses, there’s something for everyone.

Each time an educator purchases a ticket to one of our courses, part of the booking fee will be donated to one of our chosen charities:

OzHarvest – Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, collecting quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivering it directly to more than 1300 charities supporting people in need across the country.

We’ll be donating our booking fees for all our Indigenous training courses to Yalari – a not-for-profit organisation that offers quality, secondary education scholarships at leading Australian boarding schools for Indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities.

Yalari’s focus on education goes hand-in-hand with our educator training courses focusing on inclusion, education and embedding Indigenous practices in child care centres far and wide.

With multiple courses running each month, that’s a lot of booking fees that would usually be going to our ticketing provider, and will now be going to OzHarvest and Yalari.

We’re very proud to help support these wonderful charities and look forward to this new partnership in 2019.

Children First Training partners with Humanitix

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