St Nicholas Pathways
St Nicholas Pathways is committed to offering high-quality and dynamic education and employment opportunities for students and educators. To support this commitment, we have partnered with a range of professional organisations that complement and enhance the services we offer.
St Nicholas Pathways’ partners include:
St Nicholas Early Education
St Nicholas Early Education is an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland- Newcastle. The rapidly-expanding service provides quality early childhood education and care programs across the Hunter. Centres are now open in Singleton, Lochinvar, Chisholm, Raymond Terrace, Cardiff and Newcastle West, with plans for future expansion.
St Nicholas Early Education centres take a play-based approach to early education with a child-led curriculum inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy. St Nicholas Early Education respects and recognises each child’s unique learning style, allowing every child to become a confident and capable learner.
St Nicholas Pathways’ partnership with St Nicholas Early Education ensures trainees have access to valuable workplace participation in quality programs, supported by professional educators.
Catholic Schools Office
The Catholic Schools Office is also an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle and is responsible for the leadership, operation and management of systemic schools which educate more than 19,000 students across 59 schools.
St Nicholas Pathways has partnered with the Catholic Schools Office to draw on its years of experience in delivering quality education. Our educators have worked in close consultation with Catholic Schools Office careers advisors and principals, to ensure our suite of programs are relevant to high school students and provide them with unique learning opportunities.
International Child Care College (RTO ID: 90081)
International Child Care College (ICCC) is a multi-award-winning Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID: 90081), specialising in Early Childhood Education and Care.
ICCC is the preferred training provider for the St Nicholas Pathways SBAT Program, drawing from their long-standing reputation for delivering quality outcomes for new and existing early childhood educators. Through a collaborative approach, ICCC will offer trainees support and enrich their educational experience.
Contact St Nicholas Pathways
To learn more about the opportunities available through St Nicholas Pathways, contact us.