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CHC30113
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

TRAINING PATHWAYS

  • Distance study,
  • Recognition of Prior Learning or 
  • Traineeship program (delivered via distance study in NSW, one-on-one training at the service in QLD) 
  • FUNDED TRAINING OPPORTUNITY FOR QLD RESIDENTS ONLY - see here

  • Fee Schedule

    ENROLMENT

    Commence at any time of the year. Enrol online.

    Processing of enrolments and distribution of learning materials can take up to 10 working days. During the 10 days, the ECTARC Assessors review new enrolments to determine if students are eligible for credit transfer. This process must take place to determine which unit a student will be allocated to commence their studies. If students submit qualifications and transcripts for credit transfer for consideration, the enrolment and distribution of learning materials can take up to 21 working days.  Students can commence study as soon they receive their learning materials and information package.  

    NATIONALLY RECOGNISED

    The CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is a nationally recognised qualification from the CHC Community Services Training Package. 

    CAREER PROSPECTS

    This an entry level qualification for anyone wishing to commence a career in the early childhood sector for someone who has been working in the industry for a number of years who wishes to formally recognise their knowledge and skills.

    The Education and Care Services National Regulations state that an educator at a centre-based service who is educating and caring for children preschool age or under are required to meet the relevant educator to child ratios for the service must have, or be actively working towards, at least an approved Certificate III level education and care qualification (Section 126 b). A family day care educator must have, or be actively working towards, at least an approved Certificate III level education and care qualification (Section 127).

    COMPLETION TIME

    Average completion time is 12-18 months. This is self paced, more time allocated to study will determine when the qualification can be achieved. For example, a student that studies full time may be able to complete the program in approximately 12 months. The full qualification must be completed within 2 years from date of enrolment and regular submission of assessment tasks is required. 

    PRACTICUM REQUIREMENTS - 120 HOURS

    30 hours - Birth-2 years  Babies practicum
    30 hours - 2-3 years - Toddler practicum
    60 hours - 3-5 years - Preschool practicum

    Please note that certain units have practical work placement hours that are required to be completed before the unit is deemed competent. These hours can be completed within your practicum. ECTARC TDO”s can provide further information on this.

    COURSE UNITS

    There are 18 units in total - 15 compulsory units and 3 elective units must be completed for this qualification. These are the units you will study:

    1.   CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
    2.   CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence
    3.   CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children
    4.   CHCECE003 Provide care for children
    5.   CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks
    6.   CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers
    7.   CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with children
    8.   CHCECE009 Use an approved learning framework to guide practice
    9.   CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood
    10. CHCECE011 Provide experiences to support children’s play and learning
    11. CHCECE013 Use information about children to inform practice
    12. CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
    13. HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting
    14. CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
    15. HLTWHS001 Participate in workplace health and safety

    ELECTIVES

    Choose 3 electives from this list of units.

    1.   CHCECE006 Support behaviour of children and young people
    2.   CHCECE012 Support children to connect with their world
    3.   CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood
    4.   BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development
    5.   CHCSAC004 Support the holistic development of children in school aged care
    6.   CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people

    SUPPORT

    ECTARC is well known for the high level of support that students are offered throughout their studies. Every student has a personal Training and Development Officer to support and guide them every step of the way. There is always an ECTARC Training Officer available to speak to during office hours 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and Tuesday evenings 5pm to 7pm. Questions can also be emailed to your personal Training and Development Officer.

    Additional support is also offered to all students with online study sessions, pre-recorded study sessions, online student forum, unit snapshots, FAQs page, resources links page and an interactive online early childhood service that hosts sample policies, procedures, forms and much more.

             
    ECTARC Training and Development Officers hold both early childhood and training qualifications, have worked in the early childhood sector and also undertake return-to-work placements to ensure they have current knowledge, skills and an understanding of what it is like to work on the floor in a service.   

    Illawarra Area Child Care Ltd (IACC) manages ECTARC and 12 community owned early childhood education and care services in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven areas. The close working connection between IACC services, management and ECTARC staff ensure that training provided continues to meet the needs of the early childhood sector and regulatory bodies. ECTARC has been delivering training for over 15 years and we are proud to specialise in early childhood training and professional development.

    Commence your early childhood career with ECTARC today. Enrol online now!

     

    RESUME

    NAME

    address

    phone numbers; list a number where a message can be left

    email

    CAREER OBJECTIVE

    The career objective should always be in line with the job you are applying for.

    For example:

    I am looking for part time work while I complete my studies.

    I am looking for a plumbing apprenticeship

    SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES

    When preparing an application select those of your skills and attributes that are most relevant to the position you are applying for.

    Skills may be of different kinds:

    • Technical skills, such as those you learn in your course or through work or work experience
    • Employability skills such as team work, problem solving

    EDUCATION

    Write the most recent first and work backwards.  Set out some key competencies from your course if you are using the course for entry to a new line of work:

    2014                 Certificate III in Aged Care, Box Hill Institute

    Subjects include:

    • Work Effectively with Older People
    • Follow WHS Safety Procedures for Direct Care Work

    Work Placement

    Dates                 Name of organisation

    Duties:

     2013                                                    Victorian Certificate of Education

    Subjects studied:

    English, Further Maths, Health and Human Development, Biology

    OTHER TRAINING

    2013                                                    First Aid, Level 1

    Ambulance

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

    Work from the most recent backwards (usually)

    Set out the dates during which you were employed, the name of the company and the name of the position you held. Briefly list your responsibilities, for instance:

    March 2012 ongoingCustomer Service Officer, Harrison’s Supplies,

    Duties:

    • responding to phone queries
    • processing orders
    • first response to and correct forwarding of complaints.

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Set this out like paid work

    VOLUNTEER WORK

    Set this out like paid work

    PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

    Use this category if you don’t have much experience or if the job advertisement specifies desirable characteristics.

    List qualities that you have that will be useful in the work place, for example: punctual, reliable, good attention to detail

    COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

    List the name of the dates, organisations and the nature of your involvement in any community activities or sport. For example:

    2012 (ongoing)          Bulleen Neighbourhood Watch

    AWARDS

    List the date you received an award, the name and what it was for.

    June 2013,             Outstanding Student Leadership,



    INTERESTS

    Sometimes they give an insight into the person.

    B Grade Tennis, fitness,

    REFEREES

    The names, positions and contact details of people who can speak about your skills. Ask them if they will be referees before you put name in your resume. Tell them when you are going for an interview.

    Marianne Jones                                             Craig Lee

    Manager                                                         Teacher

    ’s Supplies                                         Box Hill Institute

    Phone                                                              Phone

    Email                                                               Email

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