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Study Support for Asylum Seekers

Our friends at Kensington Neighbourhood House are now offering funding for Asylum Seekers to use towards enrolment into the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. Applicants must meet the following criteria: Must be an asylum seeker and have been referred from the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) Must meet all other criteria of… 


Guest speaker Ann Slater at Bush and Beach Kinder short course

One of our new short courses for 2017, The Great Outdoors: Bush and Beach Kinder will feature guest speaker Ann Slater. For the past 37 years, Ann has worked as an Early Childhood Teacher within both the Early Childhood and Early Childhood Intervention fields, including community preschools, hospital settings, in the role of PSFO and lecturing… 


Gowrie Victoria accepted as member of ACPET

Gowrie Victoria has been accepted as a member of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET). This is good news as ACPET is one of the two organisations in Australia which provides Tuition Assurance for learners undertaking VET courses of study.  Tuition assurance is the insurance scheme for students in case their provider… 


Transfer your childcare studies to Gowrie Victoria

If you’re studying childcare and your college has closed down, or if you’re not happy with your training provider, transfer your childcare studies to a reliable, reputable and well established training organisation. Contact us at Gowrie Victoria as we’d love to help you. •Our childcare qualifications are highly regarded by employers due to our experience in the sector. Our RTO (Registered… 


Transfer your SAGE Child Care studies to Gowrie Victoria

If you’re a student at SAGE Childcare Institute and would like to transfer your childcare studies to a reliable, reputable and well established training organisation, please contact us at Gowrie Victoria. We’d love to help you. You might be part way through your studies at SAGE and wondering how you can successfully complete your course. You might also have questions about how you can pay… 


Skills First Contract Awarded!

We are proud to announce that Gowrie Victoria has been awarded a Skills First contract to deliver our accredited qualifications in 2017. Skills First is Victoria’s new training and TAFE system that gives all Victorians the opportunity to develop the skills they need and the skills employers want. The Department of Education and Training awarded… 


Why Certificate III is the minimum qualification

To work in child care, Australian law requires all educators to hold, as a minimum, a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. This course is an introduction to the complex work of educating our youngest minds. “This qualification (Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care) reflects the role of workers in a… 


Early Childhood Education Conference 2017 Together we grow – the child in focus

Call for Presentations: The 2017 Early Childhood Education Conference will be held at Caulfield Racecourse, Melbourne, on Friday, 26 May 2017 and Saturday, 27 May 2017. This major conference will bring together over 1000 early childhood professionals including early childhood education and care service providers, educators, and specialists working with children from birth to the… 


Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care: a critical step to advancing your career

Kalpana Pawar talks about her experience studying with Gowrie Victoria The Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113) is an important step towards advancing your career in Early Childhood. It can provide an entry into the early childhood education sector for learners who are looking to make a start in childcare for the very first time,… 


Welcome to Gowrie Australia's Reflections publication

Download your copy here Welcome to the August edition of Gowrie Australia’s refreshed Reflections magazine for childhood education and care professionals. Gowrie Australia, which is a consortium of Gowrie centres across Australia, has revised the original format of Reflections, which will now be produced digitally every month as opposed to the former quarterly edition. This… 


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