Broaden your horizons and take your career to a more senior level

If you are passionate about the education of children, looking for a competitive edge in gaining a leading educator role or wanting a pathway into a teaching degree, this is the course for you. With employment opportunities across long day care services, kindergartens, school aged care services and more, this dual qualification sees graduates with a broad scope of employability across a variety of service settings.

This dual Diploma Early Childhood Education and Care / Diploma of School Age Education and Care & qualification will assist you to expand your employment prospects and take on leadership roles within both the early childhood and outside of school hours care industries. This course also allows graduates a pathway to University studies.

The Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care / Diploma of School Age Education and Care dual course is available in 2019 through day or mixed mode delivery at Berwick, Dandenong, Frankston, Mornington Peninsula and Bass Coast campuses. Location and mode availability is subject to course demand.

This course requires practical work placement. Chisholm can assist in organising work placement within a variety of early childhood and school aged care settings. If you are currently working or volunteering within a suitable service, this setting could be used to achieve some of your work placement requirements. A current Working with Children Check and (in some instances) a National Police Check is a requirement before placement commencement.

Please note: Both the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care / Diploma of School Age Education and Care and course are available to students as stand-alone courses.

Course code
CHC50113 / CHC50213
On campus
Dandenong, Frankston, Berwick, Bass Coast, Mornington Peninsula
Online
Not available Online
International
Not available for International students
Length
Full Time, 1.5 years.
Start dates
No further intakes for 2019. 2020 locations and start dates to be announced in October 2019.