Introduction to the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care Services
Sale: 15% off until 30 June 2019. The National Quality Framework (NQF) was introduced in 2012 and sets a benchmark for the quality of education and care services. This module examines the NQF, including the guiding principles, National Law and Regulations as well as the Assessment and Rating process.
This on-demand webinar is a panel discussion with Susan Irvine, Karen Thorpe, and Jane Bourne and explores leadership approaches and strategies for professional practice in long day care.
Sale: 15% off until 30 June 2019. This module provides an introduction to the importance of professional communication and explores communication strategies to address conflict and challenging exchanges in your role as an educator or staff member within education and care services.
What does privacy look like in children’s services - and how can educators ensure they’re not in breach of the Privacy Act (1988)? This on-demand webinar examines through case studies, aspects of the Privacy Act, including the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, as well as ways services can maintain privacy and what is defined as sensitive information.
In this webinar, Dr Red Ruby Scarlet addresses key critical questions about embedding anti-bias approaches in everyday practice.
Anne Stonehouse AM and Michelle Gujer explore the methods in which educators can create a thriving culture of learning within their settings to support good practice and provide best outcomes for children.
Choosing to act ethically is a defining feature of being an early childhood professional. It is the complex process of choosing between many right ways – there are often no simple or easy answers. This on-demand webinar will introduce the ECA Code of Ethics and discuss how educators might use the Code to support their everyday decision making.
Sale: 15% off until 30 June 2019. This module extends upon the revised ECA Code of Ethics and examines what it means to be ethical and how early childhood educators can use the Code of Ethics to strengthen relationships with children, families, colleagues, societies and the profession.