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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.

Feb

19

Places still available for Committee of Management training in Feb and March

Places are still available for the free Committee of Management training – Starting from the Beginning: governance information and support – for the following sessions in February and March: (more…)

Feb

19

Financial help for full teacher registration

Did you know Victorian Early childhood services can apply for additional funding of $2872 to support each of their provisionally registered early childhood teachers to transition to full teacher registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching? (more…)

Feb

19

Standalone kinders and the Reportable Conduct Scheme

Under the Reportable Conduct Scheme, the head of organisation carries legal responsibilities and is ultimately responsible for the organisation’s compliance with the scheme … the Commission for Children and Young People (CCYP) must be notified of the service’s nominated head … (more…)

Feb

19

How has the 2016 VEYLDF impacted your service?

As part of the Evaluation of the 2016 Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF) Implementation, professionals across Victorian early learning and children’s services are being asked to complete a brief, online survey. (more…)

Feb

18

An Officeworks Business Account Makes Sense for Your Service

 

As a valued member of Early Learning Association of Australia, you can gain access to exclusive member benefits by signing up to a 30 Day Officeworks Business Account. (more…)

Feb

18

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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Feb

17

Corona Virus Update 14 February 2020

The Australian Government has provided further updated factsheets on the novel coronavirus for the education and training sector. To view the factsheet for early childhood centres and schools click here 

 

Feb

06

ELAA CEO Update 6 February 2020

Read the latest updates from ELAA CEO, David Worland, re VECTEA renegotiations, Victoria’s three-year-old kinder rollout, National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access (15 hours), and staff changes at ELAA. (more…)

Feb

05

ELAA’s Road Safety Education Team at the Melbourne Pregnancy and Babies Expo

The ELAA Road Safety Education Team will be at the Expo at Stand F21. (more…)

Feb

04

ELAA partner, Bank First, announces bushfire assistance

Like all Australians, Bank First is devastated by the bushfires currently affecting Australia, and particularly in the bank’s home state – Victoria, and has announced some relief measures for affected early learning services, schools, Bank First customers, and communities touched by the fires. (more…)

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