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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.

Nov

08

Conference Call for Presentations – Deadline Extended to 24 November

The deadline for proposals to present at the 2018 Early Childhood Education Conference has now been extended to close of business Friday, 24 November. (more…)

Oct

27

Celebrating 75,000 Victorian Children Made Safer On Our Roads

The Starting Out Safely Road Safety Education program reached a major milestone during October 2017 … over 75,000 Victorian preschool children have now participated. To celebrate, ELAA and Vic Roads invited the stars of the Starting Out Safely program – Professor Eric Speriment and his friend, ThingleToodle – to join the children at Albert Park Kindergarten for some great road safety fun and a magnificent road safety cake. And Victoria’s Minister for Roads and Road Safety, Luke Donnellan, dropped by to help the children blow out the candles …

Read the media release

Check out the celebration photos

 

Oct

27

Early Learning Association Australia AGM focuses on safe transportation of children in cars

ELAA’s 2017 Annual General Meeting will hear from leading paediatric trauma surgeon, Associate Professor Warwick Teague of the Royal Children’s Hospital, about the “critical number” that can guide parents and carers to ensuring children travel safely in cars…

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Oct

26

2018 Early Childhood Education Conference – Call for Presentations

ELAA and Gowrie Victoria invite submissions from Early Childhood Education and Care professionals interested in presenting at the 2018 conference in Melbourne.

Submissions close 17 November 2017

Sep

22

WorkSafe alert on use of glass panels in ECEC services

Following a serious incident earlier this year when a five-year-old child leant against a glass panel which broke and lacerated the child’s wrist, WorkSafe Victoria have issued an updated safety alert regarding the use of glass in services.

Early childhood education and care services should be aware of the details of the alert.

The alert document can be found here Glass Safety Alert or search the document library at www.worksafe.vic.gov.au

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