Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions in Early Childhood Care and Education Settings

Early Childhood Professional Development and Training Course

One of the biggest challenges faced by those working in early childhood care and education services is managing the behaviour and emotions of young children.

“How do I respond to a toddler’s emotional meltdowns?”
“What’s the best way to help young children who struggle with separation anxiety?”
“What is the best way for me to discipline a child who is not my own, yet is in my care?”

If you would like to update your skills and gain greater confidence in managing young children’s behaviour and emotions, Raising Good Kids is for you.

This online early childhood professional development course series has been developed specifically for childcare and education professionals. Available to students, professionals, centres and larger organisations, the course content also links with the National Quality Standards, the EYLF and the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. It has also been mapped to both the Certicate III and Diploma early childhood qualifications.

Based on research, but filled with practical examples and advice, these video-based courses are presented by trusted Child Psychiatrist Dr Kaylene Henderson.

As you will discover, having a consistent, research-based approach to assisting with emotions and guiding behaviour benefits children and professionals alike.

Recommended by Early Childhood Australia (ECA)

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Professional Development and Accreditation Links

The Raising Good Kids online course series for early childhood professionals links with the

  • National Quality Standards (NQS) Quality Areas 1, 4, 5, 6 and 7
  • Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3 and 4
  • Australian Teachers Professional Standards 1, 3, 4 and 6
  • Early Childhood Qualifications: Certificate III (Mapped to 2 units: CHCECE006 & CHCECE007) and Diploma (Mapped to 2 units: CHCECE020 & CHCECE007)

All registered course participants will receive a final certificate for each course completed which can be used for professional development purposes.