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Working in children's services: Inductions

This course is for new, trainee and future childhood educators who would like to better understand the childhood education industry and what to expect during inductions and day-to-day tasks.

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Working in children's services: Inductions

This course is for new, trainee and future childhood educators who would like to better understand the childhood education industry and what to expect during inductions and day-to-day tasks.

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What you'll learn

The Certificate in Working in children's services: Inductions Course will teach you:
check-circle The variety of tasks an educator might be asked to complete check-circle What a typical job description looks like check-circle What an induction is check-circle The range of things the student might be introduced to during an induction

Course Description

Course Overview

This course is designed to provide an overview of what it is like to work as a trainee educator in an early childhood education and care service. It covers the variety of tasks an educator might be asked to complete, what is contained in a typical job description, what is typically covered during an induction.

Target Audience

New and trainee educators, as well as students who would like to become early childhood educators and would like a better understanding of what the role entails.

Learning Objectives

  • The variety of tasks an educator might be asked to complete
  • What a typical job description looks like
  • What an induction is
  • The range of things the student might be introduced to during an induction

Business Outcomes

Many students want to work as Educators because they love interacting with young children. Many of them don't have an understanding of the broad tasks they will be expected to perform as an Educator, including setting up and cleaning the environment each day. By gaining a more holistic view of an Educator's role, students will be better prepared for the realities of the workplace.