Select section Find a course How to Apply Traineeships & Apprenticeships Unique Student Identifer Recognition of Prior Learning FAQs How to Apply Start your learning journey with the Goodstart Institute of Early Learning! If you’ve read all of the information about your course and read over our frequently asked questions, you’re ready to begin the application process. Complete the enrolment application form and submit it (with any additional documentation required) to Student Services for processing. Your application will then be processed by the Student Services Team, who will be in touch for further information or to confirm your enrolment. Enrolment Applications Ensure you have read the program information prior to submitting your application. Download your course’s application form from the list below. Make sure you carefully read all the information, and complete all sections as indicated. Submit your completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org for processing in line with the next available intake. Refer to the 'Find a Course' page for the details of the available intakes. CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care [Application Form] CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care [Application Form] Traineeships & Apprenticeships Sign Up Request and Eligibility Form CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at risk [Application Form] Recognition of Prior Learning For more information about applying for Recognition of Prior Learning, click here. Employer Funded Study Assistance Goodstart Early Learning centre-based employees are eligible to have their course fees funded by Goodstart’s Employer Funded Assistance as per the arrangements outlined in the Goodstart Enterprise Agreement (2016). Goodstart centre-based employees will automatically have their enrolment assessed for eligibility subject to an employment check with Goodstart based off of the employment information provided in their enrolment application. Did you know? There is significant internal evidence, by both education and economic experts alike, that emphasises the importance of getting it right in the early years to ensure positive long-term outcomes for both children and Australia.