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CHC30121 Certificate III in Early childhood Education and Care


Training in the CHC302121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is offered free of tuition fees. The only cost to you is a resources fee of $120.00.

If you are interested in a career working with children and babies this may be the course for you. We offer this course free of tuition fees. The successful completion of this course will give you a qualification as an early childhood educator and allow you to work in a regulated children’s education and care setting supporting children’s wellbeing and development, such as long day care centres, family day care, pre-schools or kindergartens.

During your training you will be provided with the opportunity to work, as a student, in an early childhood centre where you can use your skills that you are learning in class on the job, as well as gain further skills in the workplace.

For the full course information CLICK HERE or contact Cath Gill, Education Manager on 0403 672 442

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Carringbush Adult Education Inc. TOID 3671

Carringbush Adult Education delivers Language, Literacy, Numeracy and Employability Skills programs tailored to adult learners with diverse needs. Our programs are contextualised and have a strong focus on the development of oral communication skills, including pronunciation, as well as literacy skills for employment and participation in the wider Australian community.

We are a not-for-profit Registered Training Organisation that aims to empower Richmond and Collingwood’s most high-need adult learners, with a focus on migrant-background residents at the beginning of their education and vocational pathways.

“When I came here (Australia), I'm not talking English. For two years I can't talk. But now I improve my English a lot. I feel confident I can talk English anywhere, with anyone. And after, when I get more English, then I will get a nice job too!”

Firdous, Carringbush Student

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Carringbush acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people as the traditional owners of the land that we are on. We pay our respects to the elders of all nations past, present and emerging.


Carringbush values and welcomes diversity in our organisation and commits to providing programs to our community across all cultures, gender, sexuality, age and ability.