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Course enrollment and purchase of our Professional Development materials which include areas such as self-paced Online Courses, service ready Policies 4 Professional Practice and past Archived Webinars are now available in our Child Australia Online Store. Using your Credit Card and an existing student profile you can enrol yourself directly, access is quick and easy. And if you don't have an online student profile, you can create one here

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    Summer Holiday edition of e-child TIMES

    Summer Holiday Edition of the e-Child Times 2017.
    We are pleased to present this final edition of our e-Child TIMES for 2017. It is packed full of informative articles and great summer reading, we hope you enjoy it.

    Welcome to the final edition of e-child TIMES for 2017 and what a year it has been. As a sector, we have welcomed changes to the National Quality Framework, bid farewell to the Long Day Care Professional Development Programme Fund and begun the transition to the new Child Care Package to be released on 2nd July 2018.

    Aside from an ever-changing external landscape, Child Australia has embarked on a journey of transformation from within. This has been a year of rediscovery, redesign and growth, and we move into a new year with a fresh invigorated approach that will see our organisation’s impact stretch further than ever before.

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    Covering reflective practice, understanding the programming and planning cycle, deconstructing the Early Years Framework, National Quality Framework, Kinder curricula and  Australian Professional Teaching standards and sharing best practice strategies whilst making learning visible. 

    Students can now enrol themselves directly into courses using a Credit Card in our Online Store. It's quick and easy and all you need is an existing Child Australia Online Learning Profile to self-enrol. If you don't have one, you can create one here.

    This self paced course aims to raise the awareness of child abuse and neglect. Factors that may increase  a child's risk of abuse and neglect is discussed. A reflection of how early and middle childhood educators can respond appropriately to children at risk of harm is vital. Participants will be advised of the reporting requirements and procedures for their State or Territory and receive information related to support agencies and resources for educators, children and families. 

    Students can now enrol themselves directly into courses using a Credit Card in our Online Store. It's quick and easy and all you need is an existing Child Australia Online Learning Profile to self-enrol. If you don't have one, you can create one here.

    Aims to increase an awareness of professionalism and engaging interactions in regard to ethics, responsibilities and the Early childhood code of conduct. Also covered in this unit is how to critically analyse policy, practice and expectations of your service regarding the National quality framework, Australian Professional teaching standards and Early years learning framework which affect families, educators and children. Using practical  strategies for proactive communication and relationships, students are encouraged to discuss and design inclusive enabling environments and develop and use risk assessment techniques.

    Students can now enrol themselves directly into courses using a Credit Card in our Online Store. It's quick and easy and all you need is an existing Child Australia Online Learning Profile to self-enrol. If you don't have one, you can create one here.

    This self-paced course aims to develop an understanding of self-regulation through an exploration of five domains, biological, emotional, cognitive, social and prosocial. Children’s behaviours, how effectively they can respond to everyday challenges, the role adults play in co-regulation and how these are all related to self-regulation will be explored.Throughout the course, the role of the educator in supporting children’s self-regulation abilities will be discussed.

    Students can now enrol themselves directly into courses using a Credit Card in our Online Store. It's quick and easy and all you need is an existing Child Australia Online Learning Profile to self-enrol. If you don't have one, you can create one here.

    This self-paced course looks at why educators need to have an understanding of supervision embedded in differing socio-cultural contexts of child development and learning. This underpins each child's uniqueness through family partnerships, directed and undirected play, intentional teaching, enabling learning environments and differences in community practice.

    Students can now enrol themselves directly into courses using a Credit Card in our Online Store. It's quick and easy and all you need is an existing Child Australia Online Learning Profile to self-enrol. If you don't have one, you can create one here.

    Extend your knowledge of neuroscience and child development to underpin behaviour management and program planning for 0-12 yrs and provide inclusive and best practice strategies for children, educators and  families. 

    Students can now enrol themselves directly into courses using a Credit Card in our Online Store. It's quick and easy and all you need is an existing Child Australia Online Learning Profile to self-enrol. If you don't have one, you can create one here.