Child Care Services Training provides training and assessment for the nationally recognised qualifications CHC30113 Certificate III Early Childhood Education and Care, CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care and CHC50213 Diploma of School Age Education and Care. Child Care Services Training was established in 2006 to meet the changing needs of the child care sector, to provide relevant, flexible and high quality training.
Our research indicates that students want to combine work and study, and want a training organisation to fit in with their needs. We believe our blend of both theory and ‘hands on’ supportive facilitators will enable students to reach their goal of gaining a qualification.
Child Care Services Training is a subsidiary of Child Care Services Australia. Child Care Services Australia manages/operates four long day care centres. The company employs 60 people to work in its centres in a range of positions at a range of levels.
The Chief Executive Officer of the company is Judith Atkinson, who has been in the sector for over 30 years. Judith has been on numerous child care committees/boards, both at the State and Federal level. She was the President of Australian Federation of Child Care Associations for 3 years (now Childcare Associations Australia) and Childcare South Australia for seven years, and has been a board member of the National Childcare Accreditation Council for 5 and a half years as well as being appointed to two Federal Ministerial Councils for more than 4 years.
Lisa Tregenza is the Executive Director of Child Care Services Training and is responsible for executive decisions and the day to day operation of the RTO. Lisa has Master of Education, Bachelor of Teaching (Junior Primary), Diploma of Community Services (Child Care) and a Certificate IV in Assessment & Workplace Training. Lisa is also a Child Safe Environments (Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect) Trainer.
Kerry Johnson has been a Trainer in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector for the past 4 years. Kerry has a Diploma in Community Services (Children’s Services) and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Kerry has 12 years’ working in long day care centres. Kerry is passionate about meeting the needs of young students within the Early Childhood Education and Care sector.
Kathrine has worked for 25 years in the Education and Care sector, including working as a director in long day care.
Kathrine has her Advanced Diploma of Community Services (Children’s Services), Diploma of Training, Design and Development, Diploma of Vocational Education and Training and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Kathrine is also a Child Safe Environments (Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect) Trainer.
The last 14 years Kathrine has been committed to the training industry and is passionate about providing quality outcomes for both students and Early Childhood providers.