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From 27 May to 3 June National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to engage in shared histories and cultures, and understand how we can all work towards reconciliation.
Event sampling is a useful observation technique for observing behaviours. It can be used to identify the child's response of certain behaviours, triggers and interactions.
National Families Week (15 - 21 May), is a time to celebrate the contributions families make in early childhood services and for children to acknowledge the importance of families.
For Educators responsible for the developmental program of children it is mandatory that you are entitled to 2 hours per week of non-contact time to complete your documentation.
National Simultaneous Storytime, held on Wednesday 19th May. It is an annual event that aims to engage children of all ages to enjoy books by creating a sense of excitement around reading.
Professional Development is a legislative requirement for all care professionals, with training in Child Protection and First Aid being mandatory.
Confrontation refers to coming “face to face” with another person and to bring up something that the other person probably does not want to hear. That’s what makes confrontation challenging.
Pirate Day is on Friday 14 May. It is an annual national day of dressing up like a pirate to raise awareness and much-needed funds for childhood brain cancer.
One of the most important concepts we can introduce to children is road safety. Road safety awareness can help to reduce the risk of serious injury among young children by assisting them to develop skills, knowledge and behaviour about the…
ASCIA Anaphylaxis Etraining is a free course for Educators in early childhood services. This training program provides ready access to accurate and consistent education about the recognition, emergency treatment and risk minimisation of anaphylaxis.
Immunisation of Educators within the early learning centre is an effective way to protect not only themselves but also the children within the service who may be vulnerable to vaccine preventable diseases.
As an FDC Educator, you educate and care for children in your own home. Essentially you are running your own FDC service. You are solely responsible for the children in your care.
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