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Streamlined tool EnrolNow One offers a “central source of truth” for forgotten services

Software platforms often treat program-orientated early childhood education and care (ECEC) services, such as preschools and kindergartens, as the “poor cousins” to childcare services by not adequately considering their nuanced requirements. These services, which don’t fall under the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) umbrella, have limited options for software to support them to manage children and families wishing to enrol in their service, and to keep families and educators informed with vital data once children enrol.

3 months

by Freya Lucas

Pre-school to Big School - Let’s Count paves the way for smooth transitions

The number one trait which supports children to have a successful start to school is confidence. Experienced educators, from both the early childhood and primary settings, know that school readiness is about the development of the whole child - their social and emotional skills, physical skills, communication skills and cognitive skills.

3 months

by Freya Lucas

MiStaffing launches new service to send qualified educators to support children at home

Staffing solutions provider MiStaffing has announced it will extend its services, providing casual and permanent educators not only to early childhood education and care (ECEC) services, but also to families who are in need of in home support, as the country comes to grips with the COVID 19 pandemic.

4 months

by Freya Lucas

MTA showcases the latest in innovative technology for ECEC services

The team from MTA are well known to those working in the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector, always delighting educators and approved providers with a range of resources hand picked to support them to run high quality educational programs.

4 months

by Freya Lucas

Not answering the phone could be costing your ECEC business thousands

Everyone has had a common, unpleasant experience - you want a question answered, you want to make an appointment, but no one will pick up the phone. You emailed a week ago, and still no response.

4 months

by Freya Lucas

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