CHCSS00072 Building Inclusive Practices in Early Childhood Education and Care - Skill Set
Building Inclusive Practices in Early Childhood Education and Care Skill Set
The CHCSS00072 Building Inclusive Practices in Early Childhood Education and Care skill set reflects the skills requirements for educators to build inclusive practices in an early childhood education and care service.
- 3 to 6 months – Professional Development
Number of Units:
- 6 units of competency
- See Course Fact Sheet for detailed list of units
- Self-paced (online plus webinar) and allocated trainer/mentor
Formal Entry Requirements:
- To enrol, you must be an existing worker in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) sector and already hold a Certificate III, or higher qualification.
- You will need to apply for a Blue Card (working with children check) for placement - check if you are eligible here
You must have access to a computer with internet, MS Office, PDF reader software and a scanner or mobile with camera capabilities.
2019 Student Fees:
|Student Fee Type||Per Course||Per Unit|
|Non-Concession Fee *||$60||$10|
** C&K Staff discounts are available
Note: This course is subsidised by the Queensland Government. Students are required to contribute to the costs of their training through a co-contribution fee (shown above *).
⇒ See the Student Guide for further details on fees and refunds
Fee concessions may apply to government funded courses for eligible students. To be eligible for the concession fee, you must be eligible to access subsidised training (e.g. Higher Level Skills), as well as meet one of the following criteria:
- hold a valid Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card issued under Commonwealth law
- be named on the card as a partner or dependent of someone holding a valid Concession Card
- be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.
Please note: Proof of eligibility for concession must be demonstrated prior to the commencement of training.
- Fees are payable up front or by payment plan (weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments)
- Dr Kaylene Henderson Raising Good Kids Online Course
The assessment methods used in this course include:
- Written tasks, questions, case studies, activities, scenarios and workplace projects
Helpdesk: 07 3513 2524
Higher Level Skills
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Fee for Service
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