Day Care & Early Childhood Education

Welcome to bestchance:

bestchance Child Family Care Network is a not-for-profit organisation which has been specialising in the provision of high quality service within the community since 1895. Marking its origins as the Burwood Boy’s Home, a home for youths, bestchance has continued the mission of its founder Robert Campbell Edwards to create lasting change by providing the best possible education for young minds. Through the dedication of staff, volunteers and the board, bestchance continues to grow as a leader in superior community support programs.

 

Focusing on children and their families, programs such as Child Care (both home-based childcare and at childcare facilities), Day Care and The Cheshire School address the need for support in the City of Monash and beyond. Specialising in Early Childhood Education, our organisation offers an array of tailored programs designed to encourage children’s social and emotional growth. To alleviate the pressures of parenting, bestchance also offers programs which aim to guide and inform guardians and caregivers.

 

As registered education provider, bestchance offers  Certificate III in Education Support,  Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care. With onsite day care and highly qualified teachers, bestchance Training equips its students with the necessary skills, knowledge and qualifications to succeed in the professional environment.

 

Bestchance Child Family Care Network 2017

Caring for and supporting
Australian children since 1895

Find out more about becoming part of the bestchance Team, either as a staff member or as one of our volunteers.

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Testimonials

  • I was offered a job at a local residential facility. I never thought I would be able to go back and study for a new career so completing this qualification is a major accomplishment for me.

    Charlie Mackenzee bestchance Training Student
  • I never thought I would be able to go back and study for a new career so completing this qualification is a major accomplishment for me. Soon after completing my course, I was offered a job at a local residential facility.

    Miranda Oakleigh bestchance Training Student
  • Looking after the elderly takes a special sort of person – someone who is caring, compassionate and empathetic to an individual’s needs,” said Nancy Cook, Aged Care Trainer atbestchance Training.

    Sonja bestchance Training Student
  • A very professional training organisation, I consider myself really lucky to have undertaken my Education Support Class through them. I strongly recommend them and anyone considering the courses.

    Ashley Dempster bestchance Training Student