Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care
Learn how to support children in achieving their developmental outcomes as individuals and in group situations, so that you can put this into practice in home and centre based environments.
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Build your career in early childhood with a diploma that will provide you with all of the tools that you need to become a Centre Based Educator or Director.
Start a new career working with children or build on your current experience in Early Childhood Education.
As leaders in childcare education, we want to assist you on your way to a rewarding career assisting children to reach their potential.
Our Early Childhood Education courses are held in Adelaide, which is where you will gain the knowledge required to design and implement a curriculum in a learn through play environment, within the approved learning framework.
What is Childcare all about?
You’ll be placed in an exciting environment, giving a positive influence on a child’s development and their readiness for school. Your interaction with children provides them invaluable education, emotional and social experiences to prepare them for a better future.
What Early Childhood Education jobs you could have?
You’ll have the opportunity to be employed in a large variety of in-home and centre-based childcare roles. Here’s to name a few:
- Childhood Educator Assistant
- Preschool Assistant
- Crèche Worker
- Home-based Care Provider
- Centre Based Educators or Directors
Can you study online Childcare courses?
Yes, you’ll be able to externally study online in both our Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education.
How much is our Childcare courses?
Both our Certificate 3 in Childcare and Diploma in Childcare are supported by the Government of South Australia. You only need to pay a small student contribution fee, if you’re eligible for their support. If you’re looking to find out about the exact student contribution fee or full price of a specific course, please visit our course pages: