Looking for a rewarding career within the early childhood sector?
Today’s early childhood educators have a unique opportunity to shape children’s lives for the better, while building a career that is both meaningful and enjoyable.
Take the leap
If you are looking to take the first step towards a rewarding career within the early childhood sector, you have definitely come to the right place!
Our mission at the National Academy of Early Childhood is to support you on your journey while you turn your dream of working with children into reality.
Who are we?
The National Academy of Early Childhood (NAoEC) is an initiative of Pragmatic Training Pty Ltd (RTO ID 121391) which has a long history as a Registered Training Organisation and had provided Nationally Accredited Training to more than 25,000 students since 2003.
Flexible Study Options
NAoEC offers a range of amazing course materials and videos online, as well as amazing trainer support for 24/7 learning at a time that suits you!
Face-to-face training in our state-of-the-art classrooms, support with work placement, available for weekday, weekend, and night classes.
STUDY WITH US
We offer the nationally recognised Qualifications, the CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and the CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care. These qualifications are designed to equip you with relevant academic knowledge, as well as the practical skills and experience required to enjoy a fulfilling, long-term career in early childhood education and care.
Our state-of-the-art facility in Melbourne offers our students an ideal learning environment right in the heart of the city. You can also choose to study at our Peninsula campus.
Our spacious classrooms are purpose-built for theoretical and hands-on practical learning and provide all the necessary resources required for developing your own personal approach to early childhood educational training.
GROWTH IN CHILDCARE INDUSTRY
One quarter of Australian children aged under 13 are currently in formal child care, and there will be 17% more child care workers employed in this sector by 2018.
The childcare industry is likely to remain highly promising in terms of offering a diverse range of employment opportunities, and qualified early educators will continue to be valued members of Australia’s workforce. So now is an extremely good time to study early childhood education and care.