INDUSTRY FOCUS

We focus solely on Early Childhood Education training. With 100% dedication to, and a complete focus on, such a specific field, you can be confident that you will receive best quality training and assessment.

BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

Learn with state of the art learning materials, which are provided at no additional cost, researched, compiled and published by us specifically for current early childhood industry conditions in Victoria.

TRAINERS' EXPERTISE

Quality training outcomes are only ever achieved with high quality training staff, and, whilst enthusiasm and experience are essential, it is the quality of the training staff that is of paramount importance.

WELL CREDENTIALLED

Employers of Early Childhood Educators universally acknowledge that employees who possess a Nautilus delivered qualification, have received in-depth, comprehensive and quality training.

RECENT POSTS

19
Oct
Extra No Jab – No Play Requirements in Victoria, from November, 2018
The State of Victoria currently boasts the highest vaccination rate for children under five years of age in the country. According to the latest figures from the Australian Immunisation Register, 95.7% of Victorian five-year-olds are fully-vaccinated. The No Jab - No Play requirements will be ‘ramped up’ next month. From 1 November 2018, stronger No [...]
Posted in: Early Childhood Industry,
Tags: Early Childhood Education and Care, For educators, Immunisation Register, No Jab No Play, Parenting,
09
Feb
ABC introduce ABC Education

This week, the ABC announced it had made all its educational products available to audiences from one destination, ABC Education. As ABC Education’s principal focus is on serving the needs of Australian students and teachers in primary and secondary schools, with over four thousand resources mapped to the Australian Curriculum, it may have left early […]

Posted in: Early childhood development, Early Childhood Industry, Learning Resources,
Tags: Early childhood development, Early Childhood Education and Care, Learning resources, Parenting,
03
Jul
NAIDOC WEEK – “It’s for everyone!”

During this year’s NAIDOC week, 3 to 9 July, early childhood education and care services take the opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. In making the most of this opportunity, they reflect on the week, and devise ways to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture in the life of […]

Posted in: Course content, Early Childhood Industry, Learning Resources,
Tags: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History, Early childhood development, Early Childhood Education and Care, For educators, language learning, Learning resources, NAIDOC week, Social development,

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IMPROVE YOUR EMPLOYABILITY THROUGH TRAINING

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113)

Improve your employment prospects through training. For quite some time, the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) was recognised as enabling Victorian childcare educators to be employed as a “Level 2 – qualified assistant”. Recent changes to the Victorian regulations make this qualification more important than ever, inasmuch as, after the transitional period for the introduction of the changed regulations, the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care* is now the minimum requirement. Additionally, the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care has been implemented in 2014. It requires all childcare educators to be enrolled in and showing satisfactory progress in the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or to have completed the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care* as a minimum (* or equivalent qualification).

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Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113)

To work as a room leader in a Victorian early childhood service, such as a long day care centre, the educator needs either to possess, or be making satisfactory progress towards, completion of the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113). The Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) includes the prerequisites for undertaking the Diploma.