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CHC30712 Certificate III in Childrens Services (073222D)

PRE-REQUISITES

  • Australian year 11 or equivalent
  • IELTS 5.5 overall or equivalent

COURSE DURATION: 35 weeks

COURSE OVERVIEW:

This course is for people who want to work as child-care workers in centre based and family day care. Workers may work under direct supervision or autonomously. In some settings may also have limited supervisory responsibilities of volunteers.

COURSE CONTENT:

  • CHCPR303D Develop an understanding of children’s interests and developmental needs
  • CHCCN302A Provide care for children
  • CHCCN301C Ensure the health and safety of children
  • CHCFC301A Support the development of children
  • CHCCN305A Provide care for babies
  • CHCPR301C Provide experiences to support children’s play and learning
  • CHCCS400C Work within a relevant legal and ethical framework
  • HLTWHS300A Contribute to WHS processes
  • CHCIC301D Interact effectively with children
  • CHCRF301D Work effectively with families to care for the child
  • CHCCN303A Contribute to the provision of nutritionally balanced food in a safe and hygienic manner
  • CHCORG303C Participate effectively in the work environment
  • CHCCHILD401B Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
  • HLTFA311A Apply first aid*

*The unit HLTFA311A Apply First Aid is delivered via a partnering arrangement with the Australian Red Cross at their training facilities 110 Goderich St East Perth. RTO Number 3605

** Note: Before undertaking work placement, students must have a Working With Children Check and Australian First Aid Certificate. Students are therefore encouraged after enrolling at Kingston to enrol for the First Aid Course asap and to immediately apply at any Post Office for their Working With Children Police Check **

CAREER FOCUS:

  • Child Care Assistant, Family Day Carer, Nanny, Out of School, Hours Care Assistant, Recreation Assistant, Unqualified Child Care Worker

Work experience arrangement:

Practical experience at a local childcare centre and successful completion of the placement is part of this course’s assessment. Kingston International College work closely with a range of local child care centres that provide work placement opportunities to our students. For a list of Child Care Centres please download our Child Care Centre list flyer.


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CHC50908 Diploma of Childrens Services (073233A)

PRE-REQUISITES

  • Successful completion of Certificate III in Children’s Services

COURSE DURATION: 62 weeks

COURSE OVERVIEW:

This course is for people who want to work as child-care workers in centre based and family day care. Workers may work under direct supervision or autonomously. In some settings may also have limited supervisory responsibilities of volunteers.

COURSE CONTENT:

  • CHCRF511A Work in partnership with families toprovide appropriate care for children
  • CHCCN511A Establish and maintain a safe andhealthy environment
  • CHCIC501A Manage children’s sevices workplacepractice to address regulations and qualityassurance
  • CHCFC502A Foster physical development in earlychildhood
  • CHCFC504A Support emotional and psychologicaldevelopment in early childhood
  • CHCFC505A Foster cognitive development in earlychildhood
  • CHCFC506A Foster children’s language andcommunication development
  • CHCFC503A Foster social development in earlychildhood
  • HLTOHS400A Maintain OHS processes
  • CHCFC508A Foster children’s aesthetic andcreative development
  • CHCPR509A Gather, interpret and use informationabout children
  • CHCIC512A Plan and implement inclusion ofchildren with additional needs
  • CHCIC511A Implement and promote inclusivepolicies and practices
  • CHCPR502D Organise experiences to facilitateand enhance children’s development
  • CHCPR510A Design, implement and evaluateprograms and care routines for children
  • CHCFC507A Use music to enhance children’sexperience and development
  • CHCORG506C Coordinate the work environment
  • CHCIC510A Establish and implement plans fordeveloping cooperative behaviour

*The unit HLTFA301B Apply First Aid is delivered via a partnering arrangement with the Australian Red Cross at their training facilities 110 Goderich St East Perth. RTO Number 3605

** Note: Before undertaking work placement, students must have a Working With Children Check and Australian First Aid Certificate. Students are therefore encouraged after enrolling at Kingston to enrol for the First Aid Course asap and to immediately apply at any Post Office for their Working With Children Police Check **

CAREER FOCUS:

  • After completion of the course the graduates can seek employment as a Child Care Worker, Team Leader, Group Leader, Program Leader, Service Manager, ServiceDirector or Special Needs Inclusion Worker. Worker, Team Leader, Group Leader, Program Leader, Service Manager, Service Director or Special Needs Inclusion Worker.

Work experience arrangement:

Practical experience at a local childcare centre and successful completion of the placement is part of this course’s assessment. Kingston International College work closely with a range of local child care centres that provide work placement opportunities to our students. For a list of Child Care Centres please download our Child Care Centre list flyer.


PDF IconClick here to download our KIC List of Child Care Centres
Type: pdf, size: 540.12 kB, date: 2010-12-10