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Improved educator to child ratios

Improving educator to child ratios allows staff to give more individual care and attention and contributes to better social and learning outcomes for children. Educators are able to develop more effective and meaningful relationships with children, resulting in more engaged, happy and relaxed individuals.

Mythbusters

ACECQA’s mythbuster team address what’s fact from fiction and dispel some of the myths around assessments and ratings, procedures, qualifications, training, educator to child ratios, applying for an Excellent rating, waivers and National Registers.

New prescribed units for educators to be ‘actively working towards’ an ECT qualification

Wondering what 'actively working towards' an approved early childhood teaching (ECT) qualification means for counting towards ratios or recognition as an ECT?

The following information explains when those studying and actively working towards an ECT qualification can be counted as a certificate III or diploma holder for ratio purposes, or recognised as an ECT.

Diploma level education and care qualifications

Your qualification is recognised if it appears on these approved qualification lists or if you obtained a qualification on a former approved qualification list on or before 31 December 2011.

Early childhood teaching qualifications

Your qualification is recognised if it appears on these approved qualification lists or if you obtained a qualification on a former approved qualification list on or before 31 December 2011.

BEST POSSIBLE START TO 2012 FOR AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN

January 2012 marks the start of a new, national approach to quality improvement in early childhood and school age education and care services.


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