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Child Protection – Refresher – NSW – Dec

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Children and young people form some of the most vulnerable groups in our society. Protect the children in your care by knowing when to step in. This online training session is designed to keep you up to date with current NSW Child Protection legislation and mandatory reporting requirements. This workshop identifies and explores types of abuse…

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives Into Early Childhood Curriculums

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“We know we should but we don’t know how!” is a common statement made by many well-meaning educators in reference to Aboriginal programs. An astounding number of educators are worried about being offensive, tokenistic and stereotypical and often do nothing in fear of getting it wrong.   This workshop is all about growing educator’s cultural confidence…

Child Protection – Refresher – NSW – Feb

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Children and young people form some of the most vulnerable groups in our society. Protect the children in your care by knowing when to step in. This online training session is designed to keep you up to date with current NSW Child Protection legislation and mandatory reporting requirements. This workshop identifies and explores types of abuse…

HLTAID009 Provide CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

Children First Balmoral St Preschool 24-26 Balmoral St, Blacktown, NSW

This is a nationally recognised qualification and should be updated yearly. (Formerly HLTAID001) Cardiac arrest is a medical emergency that can lead to death. With urgent medical care to restart the heart, survival is possible. Quick decision-making to recognise and assess a cardiac emergency, call for medical assistance, and perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) procedures will increase…

HLTAID012 – Emergency First Aid in an Education & Care Setting

Children First Balmoral St Preschool 24-26 Balmoral St, Blacktown, NSW

This course covers senior first aid, CPR and the management of asthma and anaphylaxis. You'll receive practical training for workers within an education and care setting to respond to first aid emergencies in line with legal and workplace requirements, Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines and other Australian national peak clinical bodies. It teaches how to identify…

All Eyes on Us! Active Supervision and our Duty of Care

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All Eyes on Us! This training session explores educators’ role and duty of care when supervising children, with reference to the Education & Care Services National Law & Regulations and the National Quality Standards. Join Kirralea, as she explores the key components of active supervision and how other factors, including the learning environment and our relationships with children…

Creating Purposeful Observations

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  Provoke further thinking in what creates a purposeful and meaningful observation. Do you consider documentation as simply a ‘task’ to be completed each week or month, or is it part of a meaningful pedagogical process you undertake to gain a deeper understanding of each child? When we pay attention to the most meaningful encounters…

Emotional Regulation in the Early Years

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Learn about the development of emotional regulation in the early years Emotions can be messy, loud and at times uncomfortable, but even a newborn baby experiences them. What the research tells us is that developing the capacity to manage emotions is a process. This process starts right from birth, like when caregivers pick up a…

Multilingualism

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Do you have children of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background and unsure whether their difficulties are due to a language delay or having English as a second language (ESL)? Learn more about speech and language development in multilingual children. This interactive presentation will be hosted by Speech-Language Pathologists from Growing Early Minds and will…

Mindfulness for Children

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Wellness and wellbeing play a vital role in all of our daily lives and is just as important for children. We are now seeing the stresses of recent years impacting on children’s mental health in various ways. Introducing and embedding mindfulness into children’s daily lives and routines can assist in supporting them to learn how…

Making Connections with & Embedding Theoretical Perspectives

This session looks at various theorists and their perspectives and how we embed this into our everyday practices and documentation. It is a more in depth look at early childhood theories (Piaget, Vygotsky, Gardner) and how they can support our knowledge and pedagogy further. We well reflect on how these perspectives influence our interactions, behaviours…

Understanding the NQF

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  Are you new to the childcare sector or just needing further understanding of the National Quality Framework (NQF) and why it is so important? This Webinar will explore how to actively use ‘The Guide to the National Quality Framework’ as a supporting document in your practices and breakdown some of the terminology within it.…

Child Protection – Refresher – NSW – Apr

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Children and young people form some of the most vulnerable groups in our society. Protect the children in your care by knowing when to step in. This online training session is designed to keep you up to date with current NSW Child Protection legislation and mandatory reporting requirements. This workshop identifies and explores types of abuse…

Supporting Children with ADHD (0-12yrs)

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The course provides an overview of ADHD and how to support individuals with ADHD in your care. More information to come. Training Presenter:  Psychologist – Growing Early Minds

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