Early Links Learning and Development Program
Online registration for the training will open on Friday 26 August.
Who can register: All Early Linkers. Managers/team leaders (supervisors) should only register for the Managers Workshop on September 20.
The Centre for Community Child (the Centre) which is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne and a research group of the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, have been engaged to develop and deliver the Early Links Learning and Development program. The Centre provides internationally recognised leadership in early childhood health and development. Their diverse expertise and evidence means they are well placed to consolidate and generate evidence based information, foster collaboration and devise innovative solutions in the delivery of customised training packages.
The Centre have developed a customised training package that will focus on increasing the knowledge and skills of Early Linkers to work effectively in the following areas:
Overview of the training
The Early Links training package will include:
The training will support Early Linkers (workshop participants) to:
If you have any questions relate to the L&D program and what is planned, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ADHC will only provide travel and accommodation for those whose usual work location is beyond the Greater Sydney Metropolitan Region which we are defining as Outside the perimeter defined by Helensburgh, Campbelltown, Penrith and Woy Woy.
However due to the workshops being held in 6 different locations around NSW – minimal travel should be required as Early Linkers are encouraged to attend the workshop nearby or closest to them. Requests for additional assistance will be assessed on a case by case basis. Please note parking and incidental expenses will not be covered. If you have part-time or job-share Early Linkers you may need to prioritise whose costs are covered.
If you need to travel more than two hours to get to your workshop location, accommodation will be provided the night before. If you have to travel more than 90 minutes to get back to where you usually work, you will be provided with accommodation on the middle night of the two day workshop.
Flights may be requested if driving time between place of work and workshop location is greater than 4 hours. Individual cases can also be assessed.
The training sessions in each location will run from 9.30am to 4.30pm each day and catering will be provided. Please provide details of any special requirements (including dietary and mobility access requirements) when you complete your online RSVP/registration. After you have registered online, you will receive an instant email confirmation of your confirmed place at the workshop location you selected. Any locations that are full, will come up as ‘Full’ and ask if you wish to be added to the waitlist or you may select an alternative location.