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This qualification, which has been designed by industry professionals, is the legal minimum requirement for every childcare worker in Australia. This is an industry sector currently experiencing a skills shortage, especially in NSW and Queensland, with nearly 70% of child care centres finding it hard to find qualified staff.
The course covers a range of core unit competencies such as developing cultural competence, ensuring the health and safety of children, promoting and providing healthy food and drinks, developing positive and respectful relationships with children, using an approved learning framework to guide practice and using information about children to inform practice.
Successful completion of the Cert III in Early Childhood Education and Care can lead to a range of potential career opportunities including Childhood Educator Assistant, Outside School Hours Aide and Preschool Assistant.
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