An early childhood education career after Year 12
You’ve completed Year 12 and are realising that high school is well and truly behind you now! No doubt you’re thinking ‘What’s next?’. Finis...Read More
What is the difference between RTOs and TAFE?
If you have been researching early childhood education Certificates and Diplomas, you have probably noticed that they are delivered by a number of Voc...Read More
Studying early childhood education: are you ready?
Demand for high quality educators for the early childhood sector continues to grow. A career in early childhood education is perfect for those wanting...Read More
Identifying potential behavioural issues in children
The emotional development of children is complex. While working as a child care professional, you will encounter children with a range of personalities and temperaments. These children will come from many different cultures and upbringings and will exhibit different behaviours. In your role as a carer, you may be able to identify behavioural issues in […]Read More
Start studying — here’s how
If you’ve done your research and chosen an RTO that can deliver the course and career outcomes you are after, it’s time to start studying! Enrolling in a course is exciting. No doubt you’ve selected the course you want to do, but there are a couple of other things to do next before you get […]Read More
How to choose the right RTO for you
RTO stands for Registered Training Organisation, and there are many of them to choose from when you’re ready to start studying. When it’s time to choose an RTO you’ll need to think about which one is going to get you the best outcome and suit your needs. Which RTO should I choose? There are thousands […]Read More
What is an RTO (and why you should choose one)
Choosing where to study is a difficult and significant choice. With the sheer number of options available, it is easy to understand why it can be so tough to choose the right place for you. If you’ve heard of RTOs and vocational training or VET courses, but you’re not 100% sure what an RTO is, […]Read More
7 ways to protect children from online bullying
Online bullying affects around 20% of Australian children, though there are potentially more who do not tell others what they are experiencing. This is why it’s so essential that educators know how to take action against online bullying in children and protect young people. Working with children, we have the privilege of being able to […]Read More
Spotting the signs of online bullying
With at least 1 in 5 young Australians under the age of 18 being victims of bullying each year, learning to spot the signs is vital. Spotting the signs of online bullying can be tricky, but there are some things you can do as a carer, teacher, educator or parent. The secret world of online […]Read More
What is online bullying?
The internet has brought with it many benefits to our lives. The ability to source endless information, reconnect with old friends near and far and even work from anywhere in the world. Unfortunately, bullying via the internet has become something more common than we would like, so what is online bullying? Online bullying is particularly […]Read More
Make a new career resolution (and stick to it)
It’s this time of year that we start thinking about the new year and what it could bring. Many people (around half of us) find a goal that stands out above the rest and call it a New Years resolution. Why not make it a new career resolution this year? While many believe that New […]Read More
School leavers choosing a career after high school
Completing year 12 and graduating from high school is an incredible achievement. It signals the end of a stressful, busy year for young people. It’s not surprising that school leavers choosing a career to pursue after secondary school can still be up in the air even once graduation is done. Many students finish high school […]Read More