This qualification is internationally accredited by the Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and nationally accredited on the Fiji Qualifications Framework (FQF) by the Fiji Higher Education Commission (FHEC). It is also registered on the Pacific Register of Qualifications and Standards (PRQS).
This qualification prepares students with skills and knowledge required by child caregivers working with infants and toddlers to ensure that the children’s physical and emotional wellbeing is maintained and their self-sufficiency is nurtured. Students will learn to use an informed programme-planning cycle that is based on information gathered through observing children’s play and learning. It will explore legislative and policy frameworks, aspects of workplace health and safety and first aid responses to infants, children and adults. It discusses cross-cultural issues involving Pacific communities and prepares students to be proactive members of an innovative team that communicates and cooperates with persons of diverse cultures.
Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include but not limited to:
|Full Time||1 year|
|Part Time||1 and half years|
To be admitted to this programme, a person shall have:
This programme has a total of five (5) courses.
|Course Code||Course Title||Semester||Delivery Mode||Campus||Fees (FJD)|
|CEE31||Child Development & Care||1 & 2||Blended||All Campuses||$335|
|CEE32||Curriculum Studies||1 & 2||Blended||All Campuses||$335|
|CEE33||Early Childhood Professional Practice||1 & 2||Blended||All Campuses||$335|
|CEE34||Growing Up in a Pacific Family and Community||1 & 2||Blended||All Campuses||$335|
|CEE35||Early Childhood Education & Care Workplace Attachment||1 & 2||Blended||All Campuses||$335|