The National Quality Framework encourages all educators to see themselves as leaders. Leaders create a positive culture, empower others and work towards continuous quality improvement.

Explore the role of leaders in children’s services and understand how every educator has a role in leading – leading a team, leading children or supporting their own leaders. We will look at any specific leadership issues your service is facing, and provide you with practical strategies to implement today.

Leadership and the NQF


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Building Positive Work Culture and Effective Teams

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Explore how effective professional communication between educators builds a positive culture, assists continuous improvement and can be effective in preventing and resolving conflict in the workplace. Participants will look at how to better support one another and how to understand their differences. We will explore examples of communication breakdowns in your service, look at processes...

Self Assessment and the QIP

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The National Quality Standard is the standard against which services self-assess their performance in delivering quality education and care and plan future improvements. In this session we will have a discussion around how to proceed, what to think about, where to start and how to document the Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). We will look at...

Governance Roles and Responsibilities

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In this 3 hour session you and your management team will gain an overview of the legal, financial and employment responsibilities in children’s services, including both community and corporate governance. Designed for Owners, Management Committees and Directors, the session will explore the roles and responsibilities of the management team and the relationship between the different...

Successfully Leading and Managing Change

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Develop an understanding of how to effectively implement organisational change by using positive strategies to overcome resistance to change.

Intentional Teaching in Practice

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Intentional teaching is defined as “educators being deliberate, purposeful and thoughtful in their decisions and actions” – but how can educators be reflective and attentive in a fast paced environment? Learn how to plan and implement opportunities for intentional teaching and be a calm educator with a clear strategy for your day.
Appraisals and Professional Development Training

Appraisals and Professional Development

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Feedback for staff should be provided as regularly as possible to guide them in their work. The purpose of feedback is to enable people to deliver work the way the service needs, identifying any support, resources or training the individual might require. In this training you will examine how staff appraisals can be used as a tool...

Introduction to Employment Responsibilities

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Explore the intricacies of employment legislation including employer and employee rights and responsibilities, Modern Awards and dealing with work performance issues.

How to Prepare and Manage a Budget

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Preparing a detailed, well researched budget is an essential tool to ensure sound financial management. An effective budgeting process enables planning and decision making and provides a picture of opportunities and threats to service delivery. In this session we will look in-depth at budget preparation in the Early Childhood Education and Care context.