Study mode: Blended learning incorporating online and workplace training
Duration: 12, 18 or 24 months
Start date: Start any time!
Fees: Fees vary according to enrolment type. Please refer to our Course Fees for current information.
NSW residents may be eligible to complete this qualification under the Smart and Skilled program.
‘This training is subsidised by the NSW Government’
Materials Required: Learners will need access to a computer and the internet with the following specifications:
Learners will also need access to a printer and the following applications:
Where learners are unable to access this technology, learners are able to request soft copy (USB) or hard copy (Paper documents) to allow for participation in the course.
ICCC’s entry level program provides you with hands-on experience to gain a thorough understanding of what it’s like to be an early childhood educator working with young children and families.
You will develop skills and knowledge in:
✓ building and creating play resources to support children 0 – 6 years
✓ caring for babies, toddlers, and young children
✓ working with families
✓ supporting children’s development and well-being
✓ identifying and responding to children and young people at risk
✓ sustainable practices in a children’s centre
✓ observing, analysing and gathering information to plan for children’s learning
Assessment is ongoing throughout the training period – there are no final exams. Assessment includes:
✓ Knowledge assessment (Theory tasks)
✓ Skills assessment (Workplace tasks)
✓ Observation assessment (Observable tasks)
Conditions of Enrolment & Entry Requirements:
Included in the course fee are the award-winning textbooks: The Big Picture and Birth to Big School.