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Keep up-to-date with all the latest news from the early learning sector plus benefits and services for ELAA members.

May

22

ELAA CEO Update

ELAA CEO – David Worland

Dear members and supporters

It was wonderful to see hundreds of ELAA members (and potential members!) at the Early Childhood Education Conference on Friday and Saturday just gone. (more…)

May

21

Shorter waiting lists for Autism assessments in Melbourne’s north

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) are now offering autism assessment services in Melbourne (Flemington) with short term waiting lists. (more…)

May

21

New ELAA Preferred Partner – Bunnings!

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ELAA is pleased to announce we have partnered with Bunnings!

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May

21

ELAA has a new phone system

To assist us with meeting our members’ needs more quickly and directly, ELAA has implemented a new caller direction service when you call us on either 03 9489 3500 or 1300730119 (rural services)

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May

21

Make a difference to a child’s future – donate to the Early Childhood Education Foundation

Thinking about giving?
It makes sense to do it before the end of financial year 

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May

21

2019 Vic Premier’s Sustainability Award entries close 13 June

The Premier’s Sustainability Awards, now in its 17th year, recognise and celebrate Victorians who are leading the way to a sustainable future. (more…)

May

20

Coming in June and August … training tailor-made for early years professionals 

Take advantage of our ELAA Member rates for professional development … (more…)

May

20

Long Service Portability – DET response to questions on notice

At the Long Service Benefits Portability Scheme Information Forum held on 7 May, the Victorian Department of Education and Training took a number of questions from attendees on notice and committed to providing a response. (more…)

May

20

Victorian Early Years Awards nominations close 24 May

Has your early learning service made a demonstrable difference toward improving the lives of young children? If the answer is yes then why not have your work recognised by nominating a staff member or your organisation for a Victorian Early Years Award (more…)

May

09

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