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Exploring the New My Time, Our Place Framework: Everything you need to know now!

30 March | 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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The new Learning Frameworks have just been released! What are the implications for you and your centre? Not sure? Children First Training has developed a NEW workshop that will give you a thorough insight into the revised Framework (MTOP; My Time our Place: Framework for School Aged Care in Australia).

In this one-hour on-line workshop we will explore through the updates to the MTOP v 2.0. Our experienced facilitator, Sarah, will guide you through the changes and what they mean for your everyday practice, and how they support the National Quality Standard.

The workshop will build on your current knowledge and practices and identify the changes that will open up many exciting opportunities. This workshop will increase your confidence in taking the next steps of embedding and embracing the new version of the Learning Framework.

This workshop is suitable for all educators, educational leaders and/or nominated supervisors.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Increased knowledge and understanding of the revised Learning Framework
  • Increased understanding of the practical implications of the changes
  • Increased awareness of how this links to the National Quality Standards
  • Maintain knowledge currency

Places are strictly limited to ensure these workshops are interactive and engaging.  

The last workshop sold out quickly!


Training Facilitator: Sarah Hearne  | Children First Training


30 March
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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