Chief Executive Office - Director of Early Childhood Education
About the Instructor
Annie Hall has collaborated with her team of Early Childhood Educators. Annie has her Masters in Early Childhood from Griffith University, and Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. Annie has worked in the Early Childhood Industry for over 19 years with 17 years as a Manager.
Annie's previous experience as a Regional Manager, ensured that her early childhood settings went through Assessment and Rating over twenty times. Previously, Annie had been through Accreditation ten times.
Annie is passionate in Sustainability and advocating for the Rights of the Child.
This course focuses on ensuring that Early Childhood Educators understand the importance of working with Infants (Birth - 2 Years). To be an Early Childhood Educator, is a very valuable position and one of the most important careers, but working with infants, requires extra focus. We look at how to respond to accidents, illnesses, and emergencies, working with parents and families and helping them to understand their child's needs. Importance in the early childhood industry has been focused on primary educators, and ensuring that young children are supported from their transition from the home environment to the early childhood environment. We focus on the information that is needed from families, as well as providing care routines for the young child.
- Orientation and Settling-In
- Interactions with children and play
- Children's Development and Experiences
- Sensory Play
- Accidents, Illnesses, and Emergencies
- Lock-downs and Fire Drills
- Health and Hygiene
- Meal Times
- Working in Partnerships with Families
- Working with Infants (Birth - 2 Years) Short Answer Quiz
- Working with Infants (Birth - 2 Years) Quiz