Certificate in Education Support

Are you looking for a career where you can support children in their studies as a teacher's aide or education support officer? The Certificate in Education Support is designed to transform you into an indispensable asset in any educational setting.
Course Provider
The Learning Group
(RTO 22557)
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Study 100% Online

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One-on-One Mentor and Student Support Advisor

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Upfront (with a discount) or an interest-free weekly payment plan starting from $25 per week.

Course Overview

Start Date
Start Anytime
Duration
Self-paced. Approximately 200 hours to complete the course, which has 2 key modules made up of 15 subjects. 
Delivery
Flexible, online, self-paced learning with dedicated mentor support.
Career Outcomes

This course is aimed at people interested in working in:

  • Early Childhood
  • Daycare
  • Teaching
  • Education Support
  • Sunday School Teaching
  • Club Leader/Guides
  • Training Officer
  • Education Staff
  • Educational Psychology
Course Modules

Module 1: Classroom Delivery Skills BGN106

  • Interpersonal Communication in Education
  • Listening Skills
  • Understanding Motivation
  • Motivational factors
  • Applying Motivation to Education
  • Stress Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Mediation and Negotiation

Teaching requires an understanding of content and people. Every learner is different — which means understanding how people learn, how to encourage and motivate, and how to adapt are essential to developing a good teaching practice. You’ll learn how communication works, and use that understanding to create appropriate conditions for successful learning. As you study this course, you’ll consider how the strategies, practices and processes discussed can be applied to teaching or training situations. 

Module 2: Educational Psychology BPS105

  • Introduction: Development & Learning Theory
  • Behavioural Learning
  • Information Processing
  • Memory Retention & Loss
  • Individual Needs
  • Constructivist Learning
  • Motivation

This course develops your understanding of the theory and practice of educational psychology, helping you to solve problems you confront when helping others to learn. It gives you a foundation to be more effective when improving learning outcomes. Study how and why people learn, and how to apply that learning to bring about changes in people of all ages. This course will benefit a wide range of people, from parents (understanding of how their children develop) to teachers/trainers and welfare workers or leisure professionals (e.g. youth leaders).

Course Fees Include
  • All the required study materials and course notes.
  • A certificate officially recognizing your successful completion of studies and qualifications.
  • One-on-one mentor and a student support advisor available to you 5 days a week.
Who Will This Course Interest?

This course is a beginner-level course and will lay a sound foundation of knowledge and skills that can grow with experience and further study. Education is a competitive field, and this course will help you develop and strengthen your skills and knowledge to become more successful in education support or a similar role and ensure you stand out from the competitors. Understanding the basics of what makes an effective classroom delivery process while understanding educational psychology when dealing with children and toddlers are broad skills that can be useful and implemented in several education support roles. 

Student Support

You’ll be fully supported with access to an allocated student support advisor, mentor and course consultants, who are available 5 days per week.

Assessments

Assessments are an important part of your study journey as they help ensure you stay on track and meet the learning objectives of each lesson before moving on to the next. They also help your student support advisor and mentors identify where any further support may be required so that you get the most out of your course. You will learn via various methods; a combination of reading, undertaking research and watching videos. Assessments might include case studies, quizzes, and written assessments.

Certification

Upon completing the course, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for each certificate completed and a Certificate of Completion.

Summary

Passionate about helping the next generation grow and develop? Or are you looking for a career where you can support children in their studies as a teacher’s aide or education support officer? The Certificate in Education Support is designed to transform you into an indispensable asset in any educational setting.

Course Outline

Students will undertake 2 Key Modules, made up of 15 subjects.

Secure a Brighter Tomorrow for Australian Children Through Education Support

Learn classroom delivery skills, covering everything from interpersonal communication in education to stress and conflict management. You’ll gain insights into understanding motivation and how to apply it in an educational setting, educational psychology and all about development and learning theories, behavioural learning, and individual needs. You’ll also explore the intricacies of memory retention and loss, and understand the principles of constructivist learning and motivation as well as how to establish a solid teaching-learning relationship through clear communication, and the keys to effective interpersonal interactions in an educational environment.

Upon completing this comprehensive course, you’ll be equipped with actionable skills to implement immediately. By the end of this course, you’ll be well-prepared for various career outcomes. Whether you aim to work in early childhood, teaching, day care, education assistant or other education roles this course lays the foundation for future success in education support roles. Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your career and stand out in a competitive field.

Module 1: Classroom Delivery Skills (100 hours)

Teaching requires an understanding of content and people. Every learner is different — which means understanding how people learn, how to encourage and motivate, and how to adapt are essential to developing a good teaching practice. You’ll learn how communication works, and use that understanding to create appropriate conditions for successful learning. As you study this course, you’ll consider how the strategies, practices and processes discussed can be applied to teaching or training situations.

Module 2: Educational Psychology (100 hours)

This course develops your understanding of the theory and practice of educational psychology, helping you to solve problems you confront when helping others to learn. It gives you a foundation to be more effective when improving learning outcomes. Study how and why people learn, and how to apply that learning to bring about changes in people of all ages. This course will benefit a wide range of people, from parents (understanding of how their children develop) to teachers/trainers and welfare workers or leisure professionals (eg. youth leaders).

Assessment

Assessments are an important part of your study journey as they help ensure you stay on track and meet the learning objectives of each lesson before moving onto the next. They also help your student support advisor and mentors identify where any further support may be required, so that you get the most out of your course. You will learn via various methods; a combination of reading, undertaking research and watching videos. Assessments might include case studies, quizzes, and written assessments.

Approval & Recognition

The Learning Group is an approved and recognised member of IARC. The IARC is an International association that recognises quality and excellence in education providers in tertiary education.

Who will this course interest?

This course is a beginner-level course and will lay a sound foundation of knowledge and skills that can grow with experience and further study. Education is a competitive field, and this course will help you develop and strengthen your skills and knowledge to become more successful in education support or a similar role and ensure you stand out from the competitors. Understanding the basics of what makes an effective classroom delivery process while understanding educational psychology when dealing with children and toddlers are broad skills that can be useful and implemented in several education support roles.

*The contents are accurate at the time of writing. Get in touch with the course provider for the latest information.

About the Course Provider

The Learning Group

Whether you want to stand out from the competition, move into a new industry or turn your passion into a career, The Learning Group courses are designed to help you get ahead and stay ahead. They have a student-first approach, so you can study your way, when and how it suits you. Their courses are designed to fit in with your lifestyle, so you can continue to work and study at the same time. You’ll be fully supported with access to an allocated student support mentor and their experienced course consultants, who are available to you 5 days a week. The pathway to success looks different for everyone. As a Learning Group student, you will have the opportunity to further study with their well-rounded study program with industry associations and partnerships to deliver personal development and career success. Plus, they partner with industry leading education providers, so you can unlock access to LinkedIn Learning. The Learning Group offers a wide range of onlince courses in Australia, from Aged Care to Zoology, tailored for flexible learning. Their student-first approach ensures you can study at your own pace, balancing work and education. With industry partnerships and LinkedIn Learning access, these courses support career advancement and personal development, making it ideal for those looking to enhance their skills or pivot to new careers entirely, all through online study.
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