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August 2021

All eyes on us! Active Supervision and our Duty of Care – Webinar

11 August | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Duty of Care Educator Training

This 1.5hr webinar explores the educators’ role and duty of care when supervising children, with reference to the Education & Care Services National Law & Regulations and the National Quality Standards. We explore the key components of active supervision and how other factors including the learning environment and our relationships with children and families can support us in our role. Training Presenter: Children First Training - Kirralea Lyneham   BOOK NOW!    

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Reconciliation Action Plan – Webinar

18 August | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Early Childhood Reconciliation Action Plan

Are you wanting to start your reconciliation journey and not sure where to begin? In this webinar, Jessica will be yarning about the importance of Reconciliation Action Plans and how they can best be utilised to create cultural change in your early learning setting. TRAINING PROVIDER: Jessica Staines - Koori Curriculum (Aboriginal Early Childhood Training & Consultancy)   BOOK NOW!    

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September 2021

Working with Undiagnosed Children and their Families – Webinar

1 September | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Additional Needs Educator Training

Have you ever wondered how you can help the children and their families in your care that are undiagnosed? This 2 hour webinar training session will look at the following: Developing an understanding of which behaviours are a cause for concern How to initiate the conversation with parents when you have identified these concerns How to manage the behaviours in the classroom Where parents can access support Training Provider: Growing Early Minds - Caitlin Riddell - Provisional Psychologist   BOOK NOW!    

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Supporting the Inclusion of Children with Additional Support Needs – Webinar

2 September | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This webinar will explore strategies educators can use to support the inclusion of children with support needs into their everyday curriculum including ASD, Cognitive, Linguistic and Global delay. We will explore the importance of our own perspectives and practical, respectful ways we can support participation and inclusion for these children Duration: 1.5 hours Training Presenter: Kirsty Fantini – Early Years Training    BOOK NOW!    

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Reflective Practice – Webinar

7 September | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Reflective Practice Educator Training

Do you struggle with reflective practice in general? In this session, we will look at the benefits of reflective practice and why it is important in today’s early childhood environments. We will engage in some reflective activities and explore strategies to assist reflection in everyday practice. Training Presenter: Margaret Vassallo - Children First Training   BOOK NOW!    

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Well-being for educators in an early childhood setting – Webinar

8 September | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Early Childhood Educator Wellbeing

The health and wellbeing of educators is fundamental in supporting children to accomplish their developmental milestones. The physical, emotional and spiritual capacity of educators determines that of the children in their care as imitation is one of the biggest learning tools for young children. In this 2 hour workshop, learn a simple but effective framework to stay on top of your wellbeing as an educator and learn practical tools that promote: Personal reflection and growth Emotional resilience and development A…

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Child Protection – Refresher – NSW – Webinar

15 September | 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. Duration: 2 hours Training Presenter: Children First Training - Kirralea Lyneham   BOOK NOW!    

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October 2021

Supporting Fussy Eaters and their Families – Webinar

13 October | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Fussy Eating Educator Training

An introduction to helping parents and families with fussy eaters. Growing Early Minds' Paediatric Dietitian introduces the foundations of growth, development and eating in young children. Covering the developmental food continuum, general feeding strategies and helping the fussy eater get the best bite. By the end of this session, you will be able to: Understand normal growth and the developmental food continuum Understand the importance of food play Understand basic nutrition for infants and young children Learn strategies to assist…

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