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Objectives:
This qualification is for early childhood development workers who use organisational policies, procedures and individual children's profiles to plan activities and provide care to children, facilitating their leisure and play and enabling them to achieve their developmental outcomes. Workers at this level are required to have an understanding of Indigenous culture and history and work with local communities in the provision of services. Depending on the settings, early childhood workers may work under direct supervision or autonomously. In some settings, the early childhood worker may also have limited supervisory responsibilities of volunteers. This qualification requires a total of 15 units; 11 compulsory core units plus 4 electives.
Entry Requirements:
Application form and interview
Award:
Children's Services - Certificate III
Course Description:
Eligible for recognition of prior learning or skills:

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Careers:

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Health & Community Services

Course Structure

The course comprises of the following units of study:
Core


CHCCHILD1C    Identify and respond to children and young people at risk of harm
CHCCN1D         Ensure Children's Health And Safety
CHCCN2C         Care for children
CHCCN4D         Respond To Illness, Accidents And Emergencies
CHCCS301A     Work within a legal and ethical framework
CHCFC1C         Support The Development Of Children In The Service
CHCIC1C          Interact effectively with children
CHCOHS301A   Participate in workplace safety procedures
CHCPR1C         Deliver services/activities to stimulate children's development and enhance their leisure
CHCPR3C         Develop an understanding of children's interests and developmental needs
HLTFA1A          Apply Basic First Aid
HLTFA2A          Apply advanced First Aid

Electives

CHCADMIN3B  Undertake administrative work
CHCAL7B         Fulfil family day care administration requirements
CHCCHILD3A   Promote the safety, well-being and welfare of children, young people and their families
CHCCN3C       Prepare nutritionally balanced food in a safe and hygienic manner
CHCCN5C       Care for babies
CHCCS405A   Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers
CHCFC2C       Foster and enhance children's development
CHCORG3B     Participate in the work environment
CHCRF1C       Work effectively with families in caring for their child
CHCRH1B       Orientation to work in the leisure and health industry
CHCYTH1C     Work effectively with young people
HLTNA3A        Plan and/or modify meals and menus according to nutrition care plans
HLTNA4A        Plan meals and menus to meet cultural and religious needs
SRCCRD007A Develop recreation programs
SRCCRO001A Assist With Recreation Games Not Requiring Equipment
SRCCRO008A Interact Positively With Infants, Toddlers And Parents In A Recreation Environment
SRXCAI005A  Conduct a sport and recreation session for clients
SRXRIS001A   Undertake risk analysis of activities
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