CCSA Training Calendar April 2019

NSW Election Campaign – 2300 More Preschool Places

The Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced today that an additional $20 million will be invested into new and existing community preschools, to cater for an extra 2300 enrolments across the State, under a NSW Liberals & National Government. You can read the media release here.
CCSA is pleased to see that early childhood education is proving to be an important policy
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NSW Election Campaign – Before and After School Care

The Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced yesterday that before and after school care will be made available to all parents with children at public primary schools by 2021 under a NSW Liberals & National Government. You can read the media release here.
CCSA applauds the fact that children and access to quality education and care remains front
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NSW Election Campaign

NSW Labor today announced a $500 million package for early childhood education in NSW. You can read the Media Release here.
We are pleased election campaigns are focused on early childhood and are thinking about what impact they can have to achieve better outcomes for children. CCSA looks forward to meeting with Shadow Minister Kate
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Is there an “Educational Leader” allowance?

No.
The concept of an “educational leader” was defined under Regulation 118 of the Education and Care Services National Regulations that commenced on 1 January 2012.
As the Modern Awards commenced on 1 January 2010, there is no reference an “educational leader”, and therefore no allowance applies.
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More Support for Drought Affected Preschools

The NSW Government has announced additional funding to support families still suffering from intense drought conditions to help their children attend preschool.
An additional $2.6 million will be available under the second instalment of the Preschool Drought Relief Payments program, with about 200 preschools expected to benefit.
Services do not need to apply for this
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