CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- This course will prepare you for an Early childhood educator job in the Early Childhood Education and Care industry.
- You will be required to study 15 core units and 2 electives.
- AMES Australia organises a work placement of 160 hours for each student at a regulated childcare service. (As a result of COVID-19 restrictions placements will be impacted, however students will not be disadvantaged)
- All students are supervised during their placement.
- All AMES Australia industry certificate courses provide specialist English language support for refugees and migrants.
What will I learn?
- Supporting Children’s Development and Learning
- Care and Nurturing children
- Inclusion and Diversity
- Working in children’s education and care
- Develop relationship with children
- Work health and safety in the education and care setting
How will I learn?
The course will be offered in Mixed Mode Delivery
- Classroom-based Learning (Face to face), where you attends AMES Campus’ with a Teacher/Trainer present
- Online Learning, where you studies remotely off campus via zoom, using training materials that are provided online or correspondence by the Teacher/Trainer
- Practical placement where you become familiarised and obtain hands on experience through structured on-the-job practical placement arrangements in the workplace.
Thursday and Friday
- 9.30 am to 3.30 pm - Zoom session
- 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm - Directed structured activities
For more information visit AMES Australia online service standards.
What jobs can I apply for after completing this course?
- Early childhood educators working in long day care centres
- Family day care
- Pre-schools or kindergartens
What further education can I do after completing the course?
- CHC50121 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (not offered at AMES)
Information sessions scheduled every Friday at 02:00 PM via Zoom.
An intermediate level of English is required, however your English level will be assessed on application.
One of the following should also apply:
- an Australian Citizen
- a Permanent Resident
- a holder of a permanent visa
- a New Zealand citizen
Asylum Seekers now eligible for Skills First courses
Training Providers which are TAFE Institutes or Learn Local Organisations are now able to confirm an individual’s eligibility for the Asylum Seeker VET Program by using the Commonwealth Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) to confirm if the individual holds a valid:
- Bridging Visa Class E (BVE)
- Safe Haven Enterprise (SHEV)
- Temporary Protection Visa (TPV)
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Please refer to the schedule of fees for more information here or contact AMES Australia to check your eligibility for a concession fee.
There may be extra charges for learning materials, first aid certificate, police check etc.
A fee concession to a student enrolled under the Asylum Seeker VET Program can then be granted in accordance with the Guidelines about Fees.
How to Enrol
Enquire now to find out:
- your eligibility
- arrange a time to have your English level assessed
The course will be run subject to enrolment numbers.