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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…

The Wonderful Toddler

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Learn about the development of emotional regulation in the early years You may think of toddlerhood as being the “terrible twos”, but it actually starts well before the age of two. In this webinar we will be focusing on social and emotional development, brain development and the influence of temperament and personality. We will use…

Digital Technology in the Early Years

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Screens are a bone of contention in the current climate and early childhood teachers are still deciding if using handheld devices and screens are part of the the high quality curriculum they strive to deliver. This one hour lecture aims to provide a critical reflection piece regarding the planning and programming for young children and…

Child Protection – Refresher – NSW – August

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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…

Transition to School – What Makes a Child Ready?

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This 1.5 hour session explores how we can best prepare our children and families for the transition to school with a focus on foundational life skills. We will look at emotional adaptability, social and cognitive competence and physical health & well-being.  We will explore current research about children’s brain development, resilience and readiness for academic learning…

In the best interest of the child

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This webinar takes an introductory dive into the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child exploring the four key principles, with particular focus on the best interest of the child. We explore what is in the best interest of the child and what this looks like from the child’s perspective and through our…

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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