Changes to regulations, how this will benefit early childhood educators

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

In April of this year, the Education Ministers, both state/territory and federal met at the Standing Council on School education and Early Childhood (SCSEEC) to discuss a number of reforms felt necessary in the area of education and care services for children. The focus of the reforms as to the Education and Care Services National […]

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Educators making a difference: Early Education and Care Awards

Monday, September 29, 2014

There is no doubt that working in the childcare industry provides a rich and rewarding experience, whether employed as a long day care educator, nanny, working as a kindergarten assistant or as a playgroup supervisor. And, as educators making a difference is part of every day. As an early childhood educator, you work alongside children […]

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Royal College of Healthcare joins Catalyst

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Catalyst Education (formerly Careers Training Group) is delighted to announce the addition of Royal College of Healthcare as it looks to expand in the vocational education sector in Australia with the support of leading private equity firm Anacacia Capital. Anacacia Capital identified the $8.4 billion Australian vocational education market with over 1.9 million students as […]

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Reviewing your service’s first aid, asthma and anaphylaxis qualifications

Friday, September 12, 2014

First aid qualifications, anaphylaxis qualifications and emergency asthma management qualifications vary slightly across education and care service types. At centre based services, for all times that children are being educated and cared for, there must be at least one educator who: holds current approved first aid qualifications. has undertaken current approved anaphylaxis management training. has […]

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When ‘qualified’ is no guarantee of competence

Monday, September 8, 2014

There’s training, then there’s high quality training. Want to be a builder? After 36 hours of fast-tracked training, you can graduate with a Certificate IV in building and construction from the Capital Training Institute. Victoria University offers the same qualification — yet its course takes three years to complete part-time. Graduates may supervise construction of […]

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