Routines and Transitions

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This Educator Professional Development Webinar will run out of centre operating hours and online via Zoom. Our trainer from the Certificate III and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care has developed the content for this webinar based on her industry experience and knowledge.

Creating routines for children is vital for the overall mental health and wellbeing, it gives children the knowledge of knowing what is coming next, and can help with transitioning from different activities in a positive manner. This webinar is ideal for those wishing to create smoother transitions for children in their care, empower children to comfortably move between activities, and show educators a variety of tricks, tips and techniques they can use.


Check out our blog article –The benefits of working in Childcare

Online courses are available for educators, for more information click here.

Class Schedule

Course CodeDayStart DateEnd DateTimeLocation
221EPDRTAWedMar 30thMar 30th7:30pm - 8:30pmZoom
222EPDRTATueJul 5thJul 5th7:30pm - 8:30pmZoom
222EPDRTBThuOct 6thOct 6th7:30pm - 8:30pmZoom

Course Fees

Fees are inclusive of all materials.

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Depending on your individual circumstances, this course may be tax deductible.

Full Fee $30.00

Students who enrolled in this course also enrolled in:

Sustainability in Early Childhood Education

Quality Improvement Plan (QIP)

STEM in Early Education

1 x 1 hour Zoom session

Computer, Smartphone or Tablet with camera and microphone. Notepad and pen.

Martha Pavlidis 

Martha is a creative and enthusiastic teacher, she is sensitive to her students needs, whether in class with adult students or children in her care. During her time with MSATPD, she has taught Certificate III and Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care, plus developed several Educator Professional Development webinars. Students who have been in class with Martha have a high success rate of finding employment either shortly after completion, or through their placement while studying. Martha is dedicated to her students and loved to see them succeed.