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Tara combines her two passions into one career

Tara Bartlett Graduate: Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care School-based Apprentice/Trainee of the Year From a young age, I knew I wanted to work with children and after hearing about the Certificate III program from other students and seeing information posted on my school’s noticeboard, I decided to complete my Certificate III in…

Jodie’s 20 years’ of passion for Early Childhood Education

Jodie Taylor – VET Teacher/Trainer of the Year 2017 Graduate: Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care My passion for early childhood education and care began in 1997 when I started studying a Certificate in Nanny Training at Charlton Brown. Following the completion of my certificate, I became a nanny for several years before moving…

Evy Fredriksson’s early obstacles lead to great success in childcare

Evy Fredriksson – Charlton Brown Student of the Year 2016 Graduate: Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care With a passion for early childhood education, Charlton Brown student Evy Fredriksson uses her experiences and passion to thrive as an educator. With a passion for early childhood education, I decided to complete a Certificate III…

Finding work/life balance through flexible work

For anyone caring for children, you know the daily demands of being a parent or guardian are one of the key factors behind the growing demand for flexible working arrangements. Also, many of us now fit into what’s known as the “Sandwich Generation” – workforce-aged adults who are not only caring for the needs of…

Queensland Government sets out an investment plan for the jobs of the future

Like CHARLTON BROWN®, the Queensland Government recognises that creating jobs and reinvigorating communities relies on Queenslanders continuing to have access to quality, supportive training that meets the ongoing needs of individuals and employers. That’s why the Queensland Government is committing $768.9 million to invest in upgrading the skills of individuals to access available jobs, develop…

Top 5 exercises to help retain your mobility as you age

It’s no secret that keeping fit is important at any age, but it’s even more important to maintain your fitness as you age. Being able to easily perform everyday activities, like climbing stairs or getting in and out of a chair with ease, all come done to your mobility and strength. While our mobility may…

Early Childhood Educators Day

This Wednesday September 6 is Early Childhood Educators Day. It’s a special day dedicated to recognising and celebrating the work of the early childhood educators who work right across the early childhood sector. Whether they’re in long day care, community care, kindergarten or in your own home, Early Childhood Educators Day is your opportunity to…

A link to the future: the history of early years education

The Early Years Learning Framework has been developed in Australia to ensure every child can benefit from quality education programs delivered by qualified early childhood educators. Because this is such a vital time for them to learn and develop, the framework has been designed for all children to experience play-based learning that’s engaging and builds…

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