A Leader in Children’s Services Training
Each student is allocated to one of our experienced trainers to support them through the course as well as having access to any of our other trainers through web chats and forums. Students will receive one on one support from their trainer, comprehensive written feedback on all assessment tasks, plus opportunities to be actively involved in online chats to trainers and access to virtual classrooms. We also maintain an up to date Facebook page with lots of interesting links and other bits that really add value to the learning experience. Our Trainers.
Our Approach to Education
We pride ourselves on offering more support and services than our competitors and as a result have an exceptionally high completion rate. Training with ICCC is a complete experience where students are able to access the information and support they need to feel confident in the outcomes of their training.
ICCC Director of Studies
Karen has had a long career in early childhood education, having worked in both preschool and long day care. Karen was employed as a Children’s Services Advisors for the NSW licensing authority before moving on to a role as Children’s program officer in a Specialist Child Protection Unit. Karen spent 5 years as a lecturer in Early Childhood Education at Newcastle University before moving on to set up her own registered training organisation. Karen has published two series of Children’s Services text books sold Australia wide. She is currently working on another series. Karen is the author of ICCC assessment materials and has more recently published ‘Supporting Education: The Teaching Assistant’s Handbook’ a text for students studying or working in Education Support.
With over 25 years of experience as an Early Childhood professional Vicki has built on her passion and knowledge as an educator. During her career Vicki has worked as a Director of a Long Day Care Centre and as a Child Development Officer with Family Day Care before joining the ICCC team. Vicki’s role as Training Manager involves supporting the training team, students and supervisors valuing communication to build strong relationships for learning. Language, literacy and leadership are a focus for professional development that Vicki is perusing with further studies at Charles Sturt University.
Helen has worked in the VET sector for over 20 years eight of which have been with the International Child Care College. Helen currently co-ordinates Trainees studying Cert III and Diploma in Children’s Services. She has developed trusting professional relationships liaising closely with Trainees, educators and employers of services across NSW. Helen’s area of expertise is Health & Safety and Child Protection.
Trainer and Assessor
Erica is currently working for International Childcare College as a Trainer visiting our students at their services, offering feedback and support to both the students and educators. Erica holds a Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood, Diploma of Children’s Services, Diploma of Management and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Erica has over ten years experience working fulltime in a variety of centres as an early childhood teacher, and 4 of those years as an Authorised Supervisor in two centres. Erica is a creative early childhood educator who has particular interest in sensory environments and the learning styles of children and adults. Erica’s interests include creating environments for children’s play and exploration, art and craft experiences, and she believes that learning is an ongoing journey of life.