Media Releases

As the voice for parents and early learning service providers, ELAA often comments on sector issues and events. Search our media releases.



Where to from here for Early and Middle Childhood Education and Care in Victoria?

In the lead up to the Victorian Election on November 24, Early Learning Association Australia (ELAA), Community Child Care Association (CCC) and Early Childhood Australia (Victoria Branch) have invited the ALP, Liberal and Greens spokespeople on early childhood education and care to present their case for delivering the early years services and support that Victorian families, service providers, and educators need.

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Early Years Experts Look for Answers in ’Connectedness’

The largest and longest running conference for early childhood and care professionals in Victoria kicks off this Friday.

“This year’s Conference theme is Our Children Our Communities and we want to provoke thinking and discussion about the importance of connecting educators, policy makers, specialist service providers, families, carers and communities when striving for the best learning outcomes for children,” said Early Learning Association Australia CEO, David Worland  (more…)



Vic Budget ticks some boxes but not all

The Andrews Government 2018/19 Budget has ticked three out of five of ELAA’s  ‘priority boxes’ for early childhood education and care but has overlooked other priorities that ELAA identified for our sector…

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Travel safe with free child and baby seat checks

Parents and carers can take advantage of a FREE child and baby seat check by  expert fitters this Friday, 20 April.

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Early Learning Association Australia announces David Worland as new CEO

Early Learning Association Australia (ELAA) is pleased to announce the appointment of David Worland as ELAA’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO)…

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