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Being Ethical; Exploring the ECA Code of Ethics
14 June | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
If you’re passionate about Early Childhood Education and Care and want to be an ethical and responsible professional, this workshop is for you. Our focus is on exploring the ECA Code of Ethics, a set of guidelines that promote best practices and ethical conduct in our sector. Through our interactive workshop you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the code and its relevance to your work. By the end of this session, you’ll know how to apply the code’s principles to real-world challenges and make informed decisions that prioritize the well-being and development of children in your care. Join us today and become a respected and trusted member of the early childhood education and care community.
- Increase knowledge and understand of the ECA Code of Ethics.
- Identify its place in our work in Early Childhood Education and Care.
- Interpret the elements of the ECA Code of Ethics and how the Code works.
- Discover the practical implications for acting in accordance with the ECA Code of Ethics.
Links to NQF:
- QA 4.2: Professionalism
Links to Learning Framework:
Principles: Partnerships, Critical reflection and ongoing professional learning, collaborative leadership and teamwork & Learning Outcomes: LO1, LO 2, & LO 3.
Training Presenter: Sarah Hearne | Children First Training
Sarah our trainer and facilitator is excited to meet you at one of her training opportunities. When you meet her, you’ll be as excited as her to further grow and nourish your knowledge. Her passion shines as each and every training session is an opportunity for her to also grow and learn from you! She believes that it is vital that we embrace a learning culture with all stakeholders in ECE.