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Certificate III in Children's Services. 15 Units for the qualification 11 compulsory units 4 elective units. Certificate III. FC301A Support the development of children IC301D Interact effectively with children PR301A Provide experiences to support children's play and learning PR303D

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Certificate iii in children s services

Certificate III in Children's Services

15 Units for the qualification

11 compulsory units

4 elective units


Certificate iii

Certificate III

  • FC301A

  • Support the development of children

  • IC301D

  • Interact effectively with children

  • PR301A

  • Provide experiences to support children's play and learning

  • PR303D

  • Develop understanding of children's interests and developmental needs

  • HLTFA301B

  • Apply first aid

  • HLTOHS300A Contribute to OHS processes

  • Child401A

  • Identify and respond to children and young people at risk

  • CN301A

  • Ensure the health and safety of children

  • CN302A

  • Provide care for children

  • CN303A

  • Contribute to provision of nutritionally balanced food in a safe and hygienic manner

  • CS400A

  • Work within a relevant legal and ethical framework


Electives certificate iii

Electives: Certificate III

  • ORG303A

  • Participate effectively in the work environment

  • RF301D

  • Work effectively with families to care for the child.

  • HLTHIR403B

  • Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co- workers

  • CN305A

  • Provide care for babies


Diploma of children s services early childhood education and care

Diploma of Children's Services(Early childhood education and care)

13 Compulsory units

5 Electives


Diploma of children s services

Diploma of Children’s Services

  • IC501A

  • Manage children's services workplace practice to address regulations and quality assurance

    IC510A

  • Establish and implement plans for developing cooperative behaviour

  • IC512A

  • Plan and implement inclusion of children with additional needs

  • PR502D

  • Organise experiences to facilitate and enhance children's development

  • PR509A

  • Gather, interpret and use information about children

  • PR510A

  • Design, implement and evaluate programs and care routines for children

  • RF511A

  • Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate care for children

  • CN511A

  • Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children

  • FC502A

  • Foster physical development in early childhood

  • FC503A

  • Foster social development in early childhood

  • FC504A

  • Support emotional and psychological development in early childhood

  • FC505A

  • Foster cognitive development in early childhood

  • FC506A

  • Foster children’s language and communication development


Electives

Electives

  • ORG506A

  • Coordinate the work environment

  • FC507A

  • Use music to enhance children's experience and development

  • FC508A

  • Foster children's aesthetic and creative development

  • IC511A

  • Implement and promote inclusive policies and practices in children’s services

  • INF407C

  • Meet information needs of the community


Recognition of prior learning

Recognition of prior learning

  • Is the process by which an individuals existing skills and knowledge are assessed and credited towards the achievement of units of competency


Recognition process

Recognition process

  • A briefing by your TAFE assessor on the process and requirements, and a preliminary conversation with your TAFE assessor about your background, job role, experience, skills and knowledge, life experiences and activities and identify initial evidence.

  • Self assessment – you gather evidence based on the briefing. Evidence may include (but is not limited to) job description, resume, workplace training, workshops, supervisor’s letter of support, responses to oral questions, an assessment assignment, skill demonstration, workplace samples, other qualifications.

  • Planning interview – your TAFE assessor checks evidence (could be workplace based) and works with you to develop a plan for filling gaps (either generating further evidence, or recommendations for training).


Process

Process

  • Assessment interview – your TAFE assessor interviews you to address underpinning knowledge or skills or other gaps for final sign off.

  • RPL granted, recorded and qualification / statement of attainment issued.

  • Evaluation – your TAFE assessor will debrief you and you will have the opportunity to give feedback on the process.


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