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October 2021

SOLD OUT – Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives into Early Childhood Curriculums – Webinar

20 October | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Embedding Aboriginal perspectives in early childhood curriculums is a multifaceted approach and is a combination of both pedagogy and practice. Koori Curriculum's Aboriginal pedagogy workshop supports educators to teach through culture and not just about it. For non-Indigenous educators this will also include fostering an understanding of how ones world view and ways of knowing and doing can greatly differ from the Aboriginal children that they are potentially teaching. By culturally contextualising early childhood curriculums and topics of enquiry educators…

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QIP Writing – Webinar

26 October | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
QIP ACECQA Educator Training

This webinar is designed for those who are new to the role of QIP writing. Gain an understanding of what a QIP is and what should be included. Gain tips for writing, and learn about commonly made mistakes (so you can avoid them). Learn about making the role of self-assessment, and making QIP part of your everyday operations. Duration 1.5 hours Training Presenter: Margaret Vassallo - Children First Training   BOOK NOW!    

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In the Best Interest of the Child – Webinar

27 October | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Children's Rights - Educator Training

This webinar takes an introductory dive into the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child exploring the four key principles, with particular focus on the best interest of the child. We explore what is in the best interest of the child and how to determine this. Training Presenter: Children First Training - Kirralea Lyneham   BOOK NOW!    

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November 2021

Exceeding the NQS – Webinar

2 November | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Early Educator NQS Training

So, your service is meeting the NQS. Great work, but where to from here? Join us to explore the ACECQA's exceeding themes and examine the differences between services that ‘meet’ and those that ‘exceed’. Training Presenter: Margaret Vassallo - Children First Training BOOK NOW!  

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Using Visuals to Support Communication – Webinar

4 November | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Early Childhood Communication for Educators

Visuals are a versatile resource. Gain a basic understanding about how visuals support communication and learning, its application, and strategies to incorporate it within both individual and group environments. Growing Early Minds' qualified Speech-Language Pathologist, Nimi, helps Early Childhood Educators use visuals to support communication in Early Childhood & OOSH settings. Training Presenter: Growing Early Minds Nimi Goh – Speech Pathology BOOK NOW!

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Culture Counts… The importance of embedding a positive workplace culture – Webinar

10 November | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Early Childhood Educator Team Training

During this webinar we explore the basic concept of workplace culture, what a positive workplace culture looks like and how our workplace culture impacts not only educators, but also children and their families. We unpack Quality Area 4, with a particular focus on Professionalism and explore the concept of Being, Belonging and Becoming as educators. Training Presenter: Kirralea Lyneham - Children First Training   BOOK NOW!

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Sensory Friendly Environments – Webinar

16 November | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Every child needs an environment to thrive in, not merely survive! This webinar is informed by many years of working in noisy environments and visiting many environments that have successfully used innovative ways to adjust acoustics, create harmony and cherish noise and mess in ways that everyone can enjoy it. You will learn: About sensory processing Discuss the barriers to a harmonious environment The role respect and responsibility plays in good environments How to select, arrange and design materials used…

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HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (formerly HLTAID001)

23 November | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Children First Balmoral St Preschool, 24-26 Balmoral St
Blacktown, NSW 2148 Australia
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 This is a nationally recognised qualification and should be updated yearly. This training course involves: Completion of online pre-course study, plus 2 hours practical training You will be required to obtain a USI (Unique Student Identifier) to complete this qualification. (Details on how to obtain a USI can be found Please note: you do not need to obtain a new USI if you have one already.) You will need to complete an online assessment prior to the training day. (A link to the…

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December 2021

Child Protection – Refresher – NSW – Webinar

1 December | 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
Child Protection Early Childhood Educator Training

This 2 hour webinar is designed to keep you up to date with current child protection legislation and mandatory reporting requirements. This workshop identifies and explores types of abuse and neglect, our legislative responsibilities, ensuring educators are aware of Child Protection law, including our obligations as mandatory reporters and understanding how to apply this in practice. Attendees will receive a certificate of participation. Training Presenter: Children First Training - Kirralea Lyneham   BOOK NOW!  

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Critical Reflection – Webinar

7 December | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Online Early Childhood & OOSH Educator Training

What is critical reflection and how do we use it to inform our practice in an Early Childhood setting? During this 1.5-hour webinar, participants will learn about reflection, critical reflection, and practice skills that will assist the process. A practical workshop that can be taken back to your centre and shared with your team. Training Presenter: Margaret Vassallo – Children First Training  BOOK NOW!

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