Centre Based or Class Based Training
If you are a centre based student (i.e working in the sector already and looking to upskill), KKTC will quickly arrange for an online enrolment link to be sent to you and you will be advised of identification required to process an enrolment and fees that are required to confirm your enrolment. If you are eligible for any Government-subsidised training this will be assessed during this enrolment application process. Once confirmed our Student Services team will get your account set up on our Learning Management System. From there, our trainers will set a time for induction and then start visiting you in the centre every 3 weeks (depending on location – if regional then 6-8 weeks).
If you are new to the sector or reside in a region where the college offers classes you will be offered class support. Currently, with COVID-19 this is via zoom and a number of class times are available during the week.
Generally, the College can have you starting your training within a matter of days.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process based on matching the formal and informal learning experiences gained throughout one’s life to the competencies required to gain a qualification. The process is fair and equitable and available to all students. In your RPL application, you will need to provide evidence which draws on your background, experiences and/or past studies to match what you can already do or what you already know, against a unit(s) of competency from the program in which you are enrolled.
Please refer to the Student Handbook for eligibility details.
Completion of on-the-job tasks in an Early Childhood Education and Care setting is a compulsory requirement of the CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or CHC50113 Diploma Of Early Childhood Education and Care qualifications. Students must have access to a licensed Childcare facility to support this element of the training and assessment.
The on-the-job experience gives students the practical ‘hands-on’ skills required to achieve competency.
The Practical component required for successful completion of the CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is 120 hours and for CHC50113 Diploma Of Early Childhood Education and Care is 240 hours.
The college structures its vocational hours for students completing one workday per week after securing their Blue Card/Working With Children Check. We believe this provides the best progression and learning opportunity.
Credit Transfer applies when you have recently completed formal studies with another education provider and already been assessed as competent in a unit that is listed within your course.
Credit Transfers can be granted when the unit has exactly the same code and title, even if it is not from the same Training Package. Kool Kids Training College will recognize AQF and VET qualifications and VET Record of Results (Credit Transfer) issued by any other RTO.
Students wanting to enrol in a course with Kool Kids Training College are advised of all fees and charges associated with the course, including tuition fees, administration fees, materials fees and any other charges, as listed on the fees page of this website. Reference to fees and refunds is also contained in the Kool Kids Training College Student Handbook.
Unless otherwise specified, tuition fees include the cost of all compulsory training and assessment materials. If a student wishes to purchase any other reference materials or resources this is at an expense to the student.
The original Certificate or Statement of Attainment is included in the course fee, however for reissuing of a Certificate or Statement of Attainment, an additional fee may be applied.
RPL will be charged on POA.
Kool Kids Training College is a Registered Training Organisation with nationally recognised qualifications specializing in providing the best quality training for the Early Childhood Education and Care sector.
RTO No 40636 CRICOS Code 03515D
ABN 341 598 636 08