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Early Childhood and Primary


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The Bachelor of Education Early Childhood Teaching is a new and innovative dual sector course that provides graduates with eligibility to seek registration as an early childhood teacher and as a primary school teacher. Students explore issues, concepts and practices which are common and specific to both early childhood education (including prior to school settings) and primary school education.

Nationally accredited courses will generally allow graduates to seek registration in all Australian states and or territories; however, we do advise that 
applicants check with their local teacher registration board or authority.

This four year undergraduate dual-sector course will prepare graduates to seek employment in both early childhood settings and primary schools.

This course is designed for:

  • school leavers
  • mature age students starting their new life; those who hold a Certificate IV in Children's Services
  • those who hold a Certificate IV in Education Support
  • those who hold a Diploma of Children's Services (Early Childhood Education and Care).

The Bachelor of Education Early Childhood Teaching is available in fast track mode and can be completed in less than four years full-time.
This course is offered in both internal and external modes.

For more information about this course contact Georgina Nutton, or read more on the CDU course catalogue.
E: georgina.nutton@cdu.edu.au
T: 08 8946 7793