The Embracing diversity in early childhood education courses are designed for early childhood educators to gain a greater understanding of diversity.


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This cultural awareness module will allow you to create a foundational understanding of culture and its impact on our interactions with young children and their families. 

This module provides information about the challenges, barriers, opportunities and other elements of cross-cultural communication for early childhood practitioners. This will build their confidence in communicating with families from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

This module of work provides information about the differences between Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country and how these can be successfully used within an early childhood service.

This module provides information about accessing interpreting and translating services in Queensland and information about cultural support workers. It will walk you through steps that you can use to engage and work with interpreters in your early childhood education and care service.