Developing and maintaining a Quality Improvement Plan

$45.00$40.50 Member Price

This course has been developed to help educators create a useful and accurate Quality Improvement Plan. It provides examples and advice on how a Quality Improvement Plan can support early childhood professionals in assessing their current performance and recognising what they do well. The course also explains how to plan effectively for future improvements using the model of the quality improvement spiral.

In this course, you will:

  • understand the requirement of developing and maintaining a Quality Improvement Plan under the National Quality Framework
  • understand the compulsory self-assessment and quality-improvement processes of early childhood settings
  • unpack how a Quality Improvement Plan can support continuous improvement
  • use realistic assessment of current practice as the basis for a successful Quality Improvement Plan
  • reflect on practice and identify areas for improvement over time.

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Description

Luke Touhill

Dr Luke Touhill has worked in the early childhood education and care sector for more than 20 years as a teacher, director, manager, trainer and lecturer. He earned a PhD from Macquarie University through research that investigated the design of children’s services in Australia. He strongly believes that an organised and well-resourced physical environment influences the quality of education and care practices.

 

 

 

 

Additional information

Presented by

Links to the National Quality Standard

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Course Duration

1 hour 40 minutes

Australian Qualifications Framework