Category Archives: Childcare Training

KKTC DELIVERS RESULTS

In challenging times, it is reassuring to know that KKTC continues to deliver results. Measuring customer satisfaction (or in this case student satisfaction) is relatively easy in today’s customer centric world. Most companies turn to Net Promoter Score (NPS) – a management tool that can be used to gauge the loyalty of customer relationships. Originating … Continue reading

A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY AND CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT

One of the major points of difference with Kool Kids Training College is that we are one of the very few Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) that has a legacy of owning and operating childcare centres. This journey started over 15 years ago with the first Kool Kids Early Learning Centre opening on the Gold Coast. … Continue reading

STRATEGIES FOR TRAINEE SUPPORT DURING COVID-19

CLOUD BASED TRAINING Kool Kids Training College have been ‘on the cloud’ for several years and have a robust training model for online training delivery which when blended with our commitment to centre based mentoring and assessment provides a comprehensive program. With our cloud based learning platform combined with workflow automation and a dedicated team … Continue reading

With Great Qualifications Come Great Opportunities – In Great States!

Victoria Kool Kids Training College – now training in Victoria! KKTC is now training in Victoria Under 3rd Party Agreement with Wodonga Institute of TAFE. – RTO: 3097. Talking this week about this exciting development, College Manager Sam Hendry said “Victoria has always been on our radar. We have many clients in the northern states who have been … Continue reading

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How To Build A Childcare Team You Can Be Proud Of

‘A successful team is a group of many hands and one mind…’-  Bill Bethel Talking recently at a centre group’s team conference, Sam Hendry College Manager with Kool Kids Training College talked about some of his experiences with leading teams and what teams need to be effective. In this blog post, Sam covers some important points … Continue reading