## We teach you how to manage behaviour issues Early years educators are often first to identify a young person’s behavioural and emotional support needs. They are integral in supporting parents to understand and address them. We teach you how to build children’s capacity to respond to everyday challenges and unexpected events by developing their capacity to understand, self-regulate and manage their emotions in ways that reflect the feelings and needs of others. Research shows that children who can control their impulses do better in academic and social situations. Early Years Educators are the first opportunity to coach children in this. Our programs support Quality Areas and concepts of 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the National Quality Standard. For more information about the ACECQA National Quality Standard [click here](https://www.acecqa.gov.au/nqf/national-quality-standard "National Quality Standards (NQS)"). “*This program aligns perfectly with the Early Years Learning Frameworks ethos and principles and fits in with the National Quality Standards for childcare in Australia. This is a valuable program that assists children to develop their skills and sense of well-being.*” DIRECTOR, KIDS COLLEGE, PERTH (Talk Less Listen More)
By Michael Hawton•July 9, 2021
Watching a child react to a specific and persistent fear can be distressing for parents. We want to help our kids get the most out of life and live confidently and without fear. As parents, we can learn ways to help our children overcome their fears and manage their anxiety.
By Michael Hawton•January 18, 2021
A lot of people are experiencing an incredibly troubling time now in Victoria – more than ever before in their lives. Clearly life has changed, sadness and distress are now major emotions being experienced by families and children. It’s not just that people’s livelihoods are being affected but also their dreams are under threat. It is important to remember that kids rely on us to keep things calm and to keep things in perspective. When you are reflecting on the effects of the pandemic with your children try and stick with the facts in your assessment of things.
By Michael Hawton•February 17, 2021
Being a parent is incredibly rewarding, but let’s face facts, sometimes it can be really hard. Our heartstrings are often torn when we see our child experiencing a particularly stressful or upsetting situation. Help your child overcome childhood anxiety by learning to coach them in distressing situations.