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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.

Mar

02

Free Starting Out Safely road safety education professional learning session with Karen Glancy

Road trauma continues to be one of the leading causes of death among young Australians. Therefore, it is important that educators act purposefully to help children learn about their own safety and the safety of others on the roads. (more…)

Mar

02

Kinder Tick launched with supporting communications resources

Last week, Victoria introduced a new logo able to be used by all early childhood education and care services delivering funded kindergarten programs. The Kinder Tick will be a new way that parents and carers can identify where their child can access a funded kindergarten program. It will also be extra tool for services to use when explaining to families what they can expect from a kindergarten program, and the benefits children stand to gain by taking part. (more…)

Mar

01

What do the easing of COVID related restrictions in Vic as of 11.59pm 26/2/21 mean for ECEC services?

From 11.59 pm 26/2/21 COVID 19 related restrictions have been reduced in Victoria. ELAA has updated its COVID 19 Frequently Asked Questions page with information received from the Victorian Department of Education and Training as of 6.47pm Friday 26 February 2021. A full precis of the latest information from Vic DET is available by CLICKING HERE . The precis covers:

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Mar

01

Kindergarten Committee of Management free Governance training … final date for Term 1

ELAA has recently updated some of the session dates for the Free Governance Training for Kindergarten Committees of Management that we deliver in partnership with Vic DET.

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Mar

01

Insurance cover through your super – what you need to know

Many people consider personal insurance a luxury they can’t afford, but you may already have insurance cover through your super. This cover can help to protect your future financial security, should the unexpected happen leaving you injured and unable to earn an income. The 3 most common types of insurance cover included in super are: (more…)

Mar

01

Installing a Defibrillator Could Be a Life Changing Decision

When South Kingsville Preschool decided to purchase an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) they sought the expertise of one of their staff, Sue, a registered nurse. They knew she had firsthand knowledge regarding the benefits of having onsite AEDs to save precious treatment time. An AED can improve survival odds because they can be used before emergency medical service personnel arrive. In the event of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest, the only thing that will restart the heart is a shock from a defibrillator.

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Mar

01

‘Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds’ Season 2 coming soon

Season 2 of ‘Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds’ is coming soon to ABC TV. In the wake of a highly successful first season, and the imminent release of the Aged Care Royal Commission’s final report, Season 2 of ‘Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds, switches the experiment around (more…)

Mar

01

Make sure your eligible workers know they are registered with the Portable Long Service Authority

Do your eligible workers know that they have been registered with the Portable Long Service Authority? (more…)

Mar

01

Information sessions and webinars: Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct Scheme

The Commission for Children and Young People regularly hold information sessions about the Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct Scheme. These sessions are designed for people who lead and drive child safety within their organisations. They provide an overview to help you create a child safe organisation that: (more…)

Mar

01

Proposed changes to NDIS early childhood intervention

ELAA recently participated in a consultation with VCOSS about a proposed change to introduce independent assessments as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) access and planning processes alongside a raft of changes to improve the early childhood early intervention approach. (more…)

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