Introduction to the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care Services
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 module designed for anyone working in Early childhood settings who wants to increase or refresh their understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework or EYLF.
Price $75 - 140
This professional learning package has been developed by Claire Warden and ECA in partnership. Explore Claire Warden’s popular documentation and planning methodology, the Floorbook Approach and Talking Tubs, designed to create a balance between adult intentionality and child autonomy.
Developed by Early Childhood Australia (ECA) and the Centre for Community Child Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI), this comprehensive and highly practical online professional learning package examines the importance of sleep to the overall health, wellbeing, learning and development of infants and children in line with the introduction of safe sleep and rest practices (ACECQA, 2017).
Discover and explore the principles of Reggio Emilia in this one-of-a-kind online professional learning package, developed by Early Childhood Australia (ECA) and the Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE), in collaboration with Reggio Children, Italy.
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.
Expanding on ideas and concepts developed the module ‘Documenting and assessing children’s learning’ by Dr Anne Kennedy, Part II focuses on using this understanding as the foundation of the educational program—for each child’s learning and development and for future programming.
This module has been developed to provide early childhood educators with an opportunity to consider why children on the autism spectrum may display challenging behaviour and how best to support them.
This module explores current theories of language learning and provides practical examples of ways educators can support young children’s language development.