MOVE TO EARLY CHILD­HOOD ED­U­CA­TION A GOOD CHOICE

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A CA­REER in the early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion and care in­dus­try is dy­namic, chal­leng­ing and ex­tremely ful­fill­ing, ac­cord­ing to Aus­tralian Child Care Ca­reer Op­tions (ACCCO) prin­ci­pal Narelle Cos­set­tini.

“It is im­por­tant to con­sider that the de­mand for work­ers in long day care, kinder­gartens, school aged care, and ed­u­ca­tion sup­port, con­tin­ues to rise each year,” she said.

“In­di­vid­u­als who en­joy nur­tur­ing, de­vel­op­ing and ed­u­cat­ing young chil­dren are best suited to pur­su­ing vo­ca­tions in these very im­por­tant en­vi­ron­ments.”

ACCCO first opened its doors in Bris­bane 22 years ago.

“With a vi­sion to de­liver qual­ity, in­dus­try fo­cused train­ing, ACCCO has sur­passed all am­bi­tions,” Ms Cos­set­tini said.

“Now a lead­ing train­ing provider, ACCCO de­liv­ers qual­ity, prac­ti­cal based train­ing all through­out Aus­tralia. Stand­ing out from other train­ing providers, ACCCO is re­garded for the valu­able face-to-face and on the job train­ing that stu­dents re­ceive through­out their course. Stu­dents also ben­e­fit di­rectly from the fact that ACCCO spe­cialises only in early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion and care qual­i­fi­ca­tions.

“The high de­gree of in­dus­try en­gage­ment and con­nec­tion that ACCCO of­fers as­sists grad­u­ates when seek­ing em­ploy­ment. ACCCO stu­dents have higher em­ploy­ment out­comes than all other train­ing providers across Aus­tralia. Ed­u­ca­tion and care ser­vices ac­tively seek out ACCCO grad­u­ates be­cause of their high-qual­ity train­ing, with em­ploy­ers recog­nis­ing the ex­em­plary skills and prac­tices from stu­dents who have trained with ACCCO.

“All cour­ses are de­signed and de­vel­oped for the in­dus­try; na­tion­ally recog­nised and ac­cred­ited; and, of­fered in flex­i­ble de­liv­ery modes in­clud­ing class based and ex­ter­nally with lo­cal train­ers in re­gional ar­eas.” Tel: 1300 139 406

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