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16 days ago

by Sandi Phoenix

Working with Children Checks – monitoring, efficiencies and compliance

Working with Children Checks (WWCC) play an important role in the protection of children in the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector. The WWCC is not only a valuable pre-employment screening tool, it provides ECEC sites with assurance that people who hold a WWCC will be continuously monitored by the issuer against a comprehensive list of offences that would deem them unsuitable to be in contact with children.

18 days ago

by Freya Lucas

The importance of shifting the conversation towards quality preservice education

Qualifications matter in early childhood education. They are one of the most important factors influencing outcomes for children. It’s not a surprise then that in many early childhood services, educators can be heard sharing stories on the quality of the training that students and new graduates have received from Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

2 months ago

by Freya Lucas

Careforkids.com.au boosts lead generation capabilities with adoption of spatial mapping technology

CareforKids.com.au, the popular online early education and care search platform used by families to help in their search for a service in which to enrol their child or children, has announced a series of enhancements to their Child Care Vacancy Alert lead generation system that will improve the quality and timeliness of leads generated for services.

3 months ago

by Jason Roberts

5 questions you should ask to improve your ECEC centre leadership

The National Quality Standards (NQS) recognise that effective leadership plays a pivotal role in guiding and supporting educators, co-ordinators and other staff members to deliver quality education and care programs. So it is important that those in early childhood education and care (ECEC) leadership positions understand how to get the most out of their staff.

a year ago

by Freya Lucas