Webinars

Webinars

Family Day Care Training Australia (FDCTA) offers niche learning and development products and services tailored primarily to the changing and developing requirements of the family day care sector and its workforce. FDCTA has a national focus offering services throughout Australia as well as to the broader Early Childhood Education and Care sector. Family Day Care Training Australia (FDCTA) is the trading name for Source Education & Training Ltd, a company limited by guarantee. FDCTA is a Registered Training Organisation, offering both accredited and non-accredited (professional development) training, workshops, targeted consultancy services, and a wide range of innovative resources and tools.

21/2/2018 – Creating a Culture of Adventurous Play – Risk Rich Environments (CCA)

This session will provoke participants to foster play spaces, which are challenging and recognise a degree of risk is often beneficial, if not essential. Children and young people enjoy challenging, adventurous play opportunities where they can test themselves and extend their abilities.

21/4/2018 – Creating a Culture of Adventurous Play – Risk Rich Environments (CCA)

This session will provoke participants to foster play spaces, which are challenging and recognise a degree of risk is often beneficial, if not essential. Children and young people enjoy challenging, adventurous play opportunities where they can test themselves and extend their abilities.

11/4/2018 – Creating a Culture of Adventurous Play – Risk Rich Environments

This session will provoke participants to foster play spaces, which are challenging and recognise a degree of risk is often beneficial, if not essential. Children and young people enjoy challenging, adventurous play opportunities where they can test themselves and extend their abilities.

28/2/2018 – Loose Parts – creating sustainable environments (LP)

This session will explore and inspire educators to think deeply about embedding sustainability as a philosophy and way of working and resourcing children’s play and learning spaces.

18/4/2018 Loose Parts – creating sustainable environments

This session will explore and inspire educators to think deeply about embedding sustainability as a philosophy and way of working and resourcing children’s play and learning spaces.

7/03/2018 – Child Safety – Mandatory Reporting (QLD) (MP)

Providing a safe environment for children and young people at risk means Educators require the skills and knowledge essential to meet their duty of care, both legally and ethically.