So You're New To OSHC

A perfect introduction to any new team

A workshop for educators new to the OSHC profession. More than a crash course, this workshop is about laying a foundation that will allow individuals to not just thrive in their new role but build a promising and rewarding career

The workshop was helpful both for myself and for my new staff.

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Workshop Summary

With nearly 5,000 services around Australia providing education and care to just under half a million school age children, the demand for knowledgeable and trained OSHC educators has never been greater. Our ‘So, you’re new to OSHC’ workshop is designed to orientate new educators to the world of OSHC. The workshop will unpack the National Quality Framework and its multiple components, examine child safeguarding responsibilities and mandatory reporting requirements, and outline typical tasks an educator might be expected to perform.

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Acknowledgement of Country

At Firefly HR, we acknowledge the traditional owners of the land we work & connect with you from today. As a base, Firefly HR connects from the land of the Garigal or Caregal people, and would like to acknowledge all 29 clan groups of the Eora Nation.

At Firefly HR, we connect – although online, and meet by story sharing, learning, taking on non verbal queues, deconstruct and reconstruct information, and move in non linear directions at times. We use symbols without realising, and link with our own land and community.

This is all interconnected. We are utilising Aboriginal pedagogy with these processes and in our daily work.

We acknowledge the land that we are on today has been the core of all spirituality, language, knowledge, and sacred sites. This knowledge is what us and others need to embrace to ensure a future for our children and our children’s children.

We need to hear, respectfully, and listen.

As a guiding principle to the National Quality Framework that Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are valued, we are working on building the foundations here and believe a strong, meaningful acknowledgement of country is important.