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High schoolers team up to build cubbyhouse for ECEC fun

Twelve high-school students from Warwick and the Southern Downs are building a scaled-down version of a house through the Warwick Cubby House project as part of their Certificate I in Construction (CPC10120) TAFE at School studies.

2022-08-10 09:26:10

by Freya Lucas

National Finalists announced in the 2022 Excellence in FDC Awards

The National Finalists in the 2022 Excellence in Family Day Care Awards have been chosen from more than 3,400 nominations received from parents, families, communities and the broader early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector.

2022-08-10 09:21:34

by Freya Lucas

Independent VET learners are paying too much, ITECA says, concerned about extra charge

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) students who borrow money from the HECS-HELP loan system to study at independent tertiary education providers are being unfairly taxed, the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) has claimed, saying that the 20 per cent additional charge levied to them is inequitable.

2022-08-09 09:59:35

by Freya Lucas

Assessment & Rating: Hurdle or opportunity?

For a busy children’s service, filling out a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) and undergoing A&R can be intimidating. But what if we reframed our thinking and viewed A&R as a way to improve outcomes for children and families?

2022-08-09 09:35:56

by Freya Lucas

Waja Guma Aboriginal Early Learning Program launches in Karratha

The Waja Guma (little people learning together) Aboriginal Early Learning Program has been officially launched at Baynton West Primary School in Karratha, Western Australia, by State Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery.

2022-08-08 09:26:33

by Freya Lucas

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