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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.

Sep

08

Free book offer from Think Equal promotes social and emotional learning in children

ELAA is a strong advocate and supporter of Think Equal – a charity that brings social and emotional learning to children around the world in their earliest years. (more…)

Sep

08

Online Learning Project Coordinator – 12 month contract – Part Time (3 days)

ELAA is seeking an Online Learning Coordinator to be responsible for coordinating our Online Professional Development project. The project has four key outputs: (more…)

Sep

08

VIT resources to help you manage teacher registrations

A reminder to all services that Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) annual registration tasks need to be completed by 30 September 2020. (more…)

Sep

08

Pirate Day – dress up for a cause

Did you know more Australian children die of brain cancer than any other disease? It’s a statistic that has barely shifted in the past 30 years, but you can help change it by dressing like a pirate and making a donation to scientific research. (more…)

Sep

08

New WorkSafe Vic guidance on COVID-19 for the ECEC sector

WorkSafe Victoria have published COVID-19 guidance for the ECEC sector. This information will assist you if you receive a virtual inspector visit. (more…)

Sep

08

Ending the year on a high – planning your AGM & handover to the new committee

***Two sessions left in September***

Early Learning Association Australia in partnership with the Victorian Department of Education offer FREE training sessions specifically designed for employers (Committees of Management) and Managers from early childhood education and care services.

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Aug

26

Consultation opportunities  for providers and parents on the 2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education

Opportunities for ECEC providers, families, and educators to contribute to national disability discrimination discussion (more…)

Aug

26

New child safety resources for use by children, young people, and adults coming soon

The National Office of Child Safety has engaged the Western Australian Commissioner for Children and Young People to develop resources to assist children and young people to use complaints processes within organisations to raise concerns, seek assistance and report harm. (more…)

Aug

26

New national database of children’s books by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors

The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature Inc. has  produced a freely available database (Resource) of children’s books by and about Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Peoples. (more…)

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