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We are committed to ensuring that our members have access to the best training and professional development opportunities available. We offer professional development sessions for approved providers, nominated supervisors and educators to encourage our members to continually improve their knowledge and skills.

Educator Mentoring Program presented by Pam Maclean

Are you looking for a tailored PD for educators in your service? The Educator Mentoring Program is an in-service program that provides tailored professional development to support the needs of your service. The Program will provide your team with an experienced and independent mentor who will provide objective feedback and advice regarding ideas, approaches and identified/non-identified issues.

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Workshops delivered by CAECE

Signature block 2

Click pdf here (578 KB) to download a flyer with all the information about CAECE Workshops.

First Aid Training

CAECE is very proud to partner with National First Aid Training Institute (NFTI) to deliver First Aid Training to ACA Qld members for only $99! Click pdf here (145 KB) for more information.

Online Training: Safe Sleep Practices for Babies and Toddlers

This short course has been developed for professionals working in the early years education and care sector. It will provide a holistic response not only to safe sleep practices for young children but also healthy sleep practices.

Click pdf here (579 KB)  for more information.

Sasha Goodwin

Mandatory reporting for early years educators
a. Mason’s Law
b. Child Protection (refresher)
c. Mason’s Law (advanced)

Managing challenging behaviours

Families as partners in learning

Sexual development and healthy behaviours

Click pdf here (578 KB) for more information.

Heather Barnes

Understanding changes to the NQS

Many services struggle to find the time or user-friendly ways to assist all educators to understand the changes to the NQS but realise how important it is if they hope to achieve a successful outcome at their next Assessment and Rating visit.

This in-service opportunity would enable all staff to:

  • Gain an overview of what has changed and the reasons behind it
  • Explore the significant differences
  • Feel more confident when understanding self-assessment
  • Assist in completing the QIP
  • Understand and deliver quality practice every day not just during Assessment and Rating

Click pdf here (578 KB) for more information.

Alina Dan

Documenting more by writing less

Documenting the outdoors & embedded sustainability practices

NQF mentoring session / visit

The NQF Assessment audit

Full day seminar (2-3 topics)

This is a great opportunity to combine a few different workshops to create a fulfilling professional development day.

Click pdf here (578 KB) for more information.