This is a free foundation 2-part course that focuses on essential knowledge to guide children’s behaviour. Learners will have the opportunity to discover the meaning of neurodiversity and make connections through play-based learning. You will explore the brain and its functions, and learn how neurodiverse children see and engage in play differently.
Food Handler Basics is a free, non-accredited, online training course developed by the NSW Food Authority. The course covers the basic knowledge requirements for food handlers in Standard 3.2.2A of the Food Standards Code.
Let's Count is online free professional development course for Educators to develop the mathematics skills of children in their care by noticing, exploring, and talking about mathematics in their daily lives.
Join Dr Mary Anne Hall from EPEC Education, on Tuesday 10th October 2023, as she provides key strategies for providing a safe environment for children. Importantly, this Webinar will also cover recent changes to Government legislation regarding the transportation of children.
In this free online course, you will learn about the diversity of families, LGBTQ+ parented families precisely and how diversity is a positive part of Australian society. You will learn how to create learning opportunities for 0-8-year-olds that enable children to explore family diversity in an education and care setting.
To help Educators understand some more of the ‘who, what, when, where and why’ of the Referendum and Treaty, and how to discuss a First Nations Voice and Treaty with children, Community Child Care has asked Aunty Geraldine Atkinson if she would kindly share her knowledge with everybody, through an online webinar.
On Thursday 25th May, join Dr Mary Anne Hall for a free webinar on "Guiding the Positive Behaviour of Children" as she provides suggestions and strategies for fostering a peaceful and supportive environment for children.
Understanding and supporting children's behaviour has been funded through the NSW Department of Education's Sector Development Program. This program will consist of six live webinars plus follow-up Q&A webinars with Dr Louise Porter and Sandi Phoenix.