Voting on Saturday …

Voting on Saturday …

Help show that early learning matters
How you vote on Saturday matters for the future of quality early learning in Australia. To help you assess your choices, the Early Learning: Everyone Benefits campaign has examined the proposed early childhood policies from the Liberal/National Coalition, the Australian Labor Party and the Australian Greens to create this quick
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Changes to legislation regulating Mobiles, Occasional Care and MACS in NSW

In September 2018, the NSW Parliament approved significant changes to the Children (Education and Care Services) Supplementary Provisions Act 2011 to bring standards into line with those for services regulated under the National Law and Regulation. Changes to the Regulation under the Act have now been drafted, and will be coming into effect soon.
CCSA has
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SNAICC Election Survey

Impact of the Child Care Package – Have your say!

SNAICC – National Voice for our Children is conducting this survey to monitor the impacts of the New Child Care Package for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and services and your input would be appreciated.
SNAICC have said that “So far 50% of services
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Better Pay for Early Childhood Educators

Labor Election Announcement
Bill Shorten has released a statement announcing that “Labor will fund pay increases of 20 per cent to early childhood educators over 8 years – supporting workers and delivering professional pay. As a result – the average total wages of early childhood educators will increase by an estimated $11,300.”
You can read the
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Have your say: NQF Review

Have your say: NQF Review

Yesterday, Meg Mendham (CEO, CCSA) teamed up with fellow National Key Stakeholders in Sydney to engage with ACECQA &  NSW Early Childhood Education Department to provide valuable feedback on the start of the National NQF Review process.

We now invite you to have your say.

It’s been five years since the last review in 2014, and it’s
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