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We’re passionate about working with Early Childhood and OOSH Educators to provide quality teaching and experiential learning experiences so they can build children’s social, motor and language development skills, as well as training for your own well-being.

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Early Childhood Educator Training
OOSH Educator Training
Educator Training - Leadership
Children's Behaviour Educator Training
Early Childhood Educator Wellbeing
Cultural Competence Educator Training
Additional Needs Educator Training
NQF NQS Educator Training
Health & Safety Educator Training
Play & Pedagogy Educator Training

The World of the Baby

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It wasn’t long ago that people thought very young babies did nothing but eat and sleep. We now understand that this is untrue and that babies are in fact ready…

Reconciliation Action Plan

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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…

The Planning Cycle

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This webinar will provide you with a refresher on your obligations to documentation by looking at the cycle of planning with a deep focus on quality interactions as the key…

The Essence of an Effective Team

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This workshop explores the key components that contribute to the essence of an effective team. Including communication methods & strategies, conflict styles and conflict resolution skills and strategies, that can…

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Children First Training acknowledges the traditional custodians and their continued connections to Country and culture throughout Australia.
We pay our respect to these diverse communities and to Elders both past, present and emerging.

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