FKA Children’s Services is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering Nationally Accredited Certificate and Diploma courses. This is in addition to professional development training for the early childhood sector.
Why study at fka Children's Services
- Long history of advocating for and providing quality training
- Not for profit organisation committed to our members and learners
- Quality trainers with industry experience committed to best practice
- Supervised work placement by our qualified assessors
- Advisory Board to ensure our training and assessments are compliant and relevant to Industry and Business requirements
- Onsite library resources
What is available to you at fka Children's Services?
fka Children’s Services curriculum includes the National Early Years Learning Framework Being, Belonging and Becoming, the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework and the National Quality Standards.
Learners graduate from Children's Services courses, workplace ready for Victoria’s multicultural and diverse early childhood sector.
The following is a list of all courses offered at FKACS.
- Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care CHC30113
- Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care CHC50113
- Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care CHC40113
- Diploma of School Age Education and Care CHC50213
- Certificate IV in Education Support CHC40213
If you would like more information contact the RTO Coordinator at email@example.com or telephone on 9428 4471.
Eligibility for Government Funded Training
The Victorian State Government supports learning and development for those wishing to advance in their career. In order to receive full government funded training Learners must satisfy the following requirements:
- Be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Must not already hold a qualification at the level equal or higher than the course in which you wish to enrol
Please contact our office if you wish to discuss your eligibility to government funded training.
We offer competitive fee for service rates for Learners not meeting the eligibility criteria.
All prospective learners will undergo a Course Entry interview. For our class based and open learners in the Metroplitan area, this takes place in our office. For our regional open learners, interviews take place over the telephone.
At interview the learner will be assessed regarding
- numeracy and literacy
- relevant previous experience
- current knowledge of Children's Services
- Most applicable learning methodology required to achieve positive outcomes
- Any additional needs or qupport requirements that may influence the participant's ability to achieve positive outcomes.
For enrolments in our early childhood qualifications, all prospective learners must have lodged and/or passed an applicatable state legistated Working With Children Check (WWCC).