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Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre partners with TAFE NSW

Nowra’s Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre has entered into a partnership with TAFE NSW to help provide career pathways for Aboriginal early childhood educators.

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by Freya Lucas

FDC Educator Kylie reflects on 13 years in the sector

Family day care (FDC) Educator Kylie has been working in the early childhood education and care sector in Hobart for the past 13 years and recently shared some reflections on her experience with Uniting Vic/Tas. An excerpt of her experiences appears below.

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by Freya Lucas

Opportunities for aspiring ECTs to condense 3 years into 2 and fast track graduation

Diploma-qualified early childhood educators who are keen to take the next step in their careers and undertake study for a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education are being sought by Victoria University (VU), which is partnering with the Victorian State Government to offer up to 300 diploma-qualified kindergarten and early childhood educators the opportunity to complete a fully-funded in a condensed timing model.

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by Freya Lucas

As we head to the election, Educator Lyndal says she is ‘fed up’ with parties missing the mark

With the Federal Election to be held 21 May 2022, a number of peak bodies, advocacy organisations and individual educators have put forward their perspectives about what would be best to save the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector from the ongoing challenges of workforce shortages and other issues.

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by Freya Lucas

MCM Kalparrin Early Childhood Intervention Services mourns passing of Val Spence

The MCM Kalparrin Early Childhood Intervention Services is mourning the passing of former employee and advocate Ms Val Spence, who worked with the service twice during her career and was its first director.

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by Freya Lucas

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