Where do I access this?

When you log in to your KIDDO account and are in the ‘Dashboard’,  you will see a black box on the left hand side. Click on ‘Professional Development’ and select the ‘ECEC Certificate of Physical Literacy’ and get started!

How long does it take?

Most people typically finish the course within 1 – 2 hours, however you will be credited with 3 hours of Professional Learning.

Do I have to complete it all at once?

No! You can save wherever you get up to and come back later to complete it. The course is also divided into 6 modules, making it super easy to complete one module at a time.

How do I progress through the course?

At the end of each of the modules after you have worked your way through the entire module you must then complete the final quiz and get 100% - you are able to retake it as many times as needed. Once you have completed the quiz click on the 'Save and exit' button in the top right corner. This will take you to the page with all the modules and allow you to move on to the next module by clicking on it.

Who should do it?

Everyone! All educators and support staff who work with children aged 0-5 should complete the ‘ECEC Certificate of Physical Literacy’ to give them a greater understanding of the life-long impact of physical literacy.

Do I get a certificate?

Yes – you will receive a downloadable certificate once you have completed the course and scored 100% in each quiz at the end of each module (you can retake each quiz as many times as you like).

What is in the course?

A six module course, taking 2 - 3 hours to complete, authored by Australian and International experts and practitioners.

Modules include:

  1. The importance of physical literacy
  2. All about the gross motor skills - from reflexes to fundamental movement skills
  3. How to teach fundamental movement skills in early childhood
  4. How to foster active play
  5. Ideas and strategies to increase children's motivation to be active
  6. How to implement physical literacy in your service

Read more about it HERE