Local School Now Offers Childcare Courses in Sydney
The Burwood, New South Wales-based Sydney School of Business and Technology is reaching out to the community to highlight two of their most popular childcare courses. As one of the most prestigious teaching institutions in the area, the local school's courses are held in high esteem in their respective industries. Those who possess these certifications enjoy a certain level of credibility that is exclusive to the Sydney School of Business and Technology alumni.
While the Sydney School of Business and Technology only offers two childcare courses, they both retain a positive reputation for being among the most instructive and inspiring in the field. Ms Patricia Stagnitta, a representative of the institution, says, "Our childcare courses are focused on preparing our students to face any and all challenges that they will face during their career. From their first few steps to scaling into other, more demanding positions, building industry relationships with the centre’s, directors and educators gives our students the basis for a successful career, full of opportunities and fulfilment, we can see this works as students are offered jobs to continue their journey within the industry.”
The first of the childcare courses offered by the institution is the CHC30113 Certificate III In Early Childhood Education and Care. This is the starting point for those looking to enter the field, preparing attendees to begin their childcare careers. During the course, students will acquire essential knowledge and foundation skills necessary to work in early childhood centres (including long daycare). The course is taught by certified professionals accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator.
Students of the course will be thoroughly prepared for the challenging environment they are entering, with the school's trainers and assessors going as far as preparing them and assisting their first steps upon entering the field. Students will be assisted and supported by their trainer/assessor in finding a suitable childcare centre for their work placement where they will gain these fundamental skills and can work with children, building on their all-around skills while gaining experience at the same time. Some of the potential roles that the alumni can apply for include Out of School Hours assistant, Approved Family Day Care provider (from home) and Early Childhood Care and Education educators, among other starting positions.
The Sydney School of Business and Technology also offers more advanced childcare courses for those already working in the field. Their ‘CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care’ fulfils this role. This course prepares anyone already working in the field with the necessary qualifications to apply for a Supervisor or Director role. The demand for people capable of filling these positions has increased over recent years, placing qualified educators at a highly coveted premium. The benefits of the position are significant, as a mid-career centre director would expect around $31 an hour, with greater opportunities in the future. Once the course is finished, the school continues to support students who have graduated with any centres who are looking for CERT III or Diploma qualified students for vacant positions.
The local institution states that those who graduate their course are qualified to design and implement early childhood education programs. Some of the potential roles that they can apply to upon completion include Early Childhood Educator, Nominated Supervisor and Service Director/Centre Director. More information on the opportunities created by the school, as well as feedback from its students, can be found on their Facebook page, which is available here: https://www.facebook.com/SSBT.ASG/.
Those interested in the childcare courses offered by the school may apply at any given time, as the institution continues to operate despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. They have taken every precaution necessary to prevent the spread of the virus, including sharing guidance for their students on how to stay safe during their classes. Their latest blog entry, published on their website, explores this topic in greater detail, and the school remains highly interested in their students’ well-being.
Mr Akula says, "We have taken every measure necessary to protect our staff and students. If you are a student wondering what you can do to stay safe during your classes, we encourage you to read our latest blog on how to be a COVID safe student."
The school's website offers more details on the Sydney School of Business and Technology and the courses they offer. Interested parties may reach out to Rao Akula to follow up on any further inquiries. Additionally, they may also connect with the establishment through their official social media pages.
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Sydney School of Business and Technology
SSBT Burwood: Level 4, 11-15 Deane Street,
Burwood NSW 2134 Australia