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Available Courses


  • Pair your skills

    All in a Day's Work

    . . . . . pair your child care work skills with a qualification

    All in a Day's Work is a set of resources that will assist ECEC educators to gain the qualifications they need to work in early childhood children's services.

  • Red Door

    This short course is for those who need to develop or review policy.  It will provide learning to develop the necessary skills to research and consult policy needs, draft policy content, test the draft policy, implement policy and review policy for quality assurance.

  • Workplace Building Blocks - Practise Your Skills!

    Core Skills in Aged Care

    The workplace building blocks - aged care program gives you a chance to learn and practice your skills in the language, literacy and numeracy skills that you use everyday in your work in an Aged Care service!


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    Oral Health in Aged Care


    By completing this learning aged care workers will:
    • gain the necessary knowledge and skills to assist aged care residents with oral health care and promote oral health education.
    • be able to support dentists and dental hygienists who provide services in aged residential facilities.