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The Australian Day Flag template is a portfolio template used for Australia Day celebrations.

Child Portfolios January 19, 2017

Senator Faces Backlash Over Comments Mad…

This morning, Senator Leyonhjelm went on Sunrise to face the backlash he had received over the...

Childcare News January 11, 2017

Child's Individual Preferences Form

This is a child information form to be filled in by parents.

Forms and Checklists January 9, 2017

How to write a Resume for a Childcare Jo…

Although there may be positions available, getting a job in the early childhood industry is competitive...

Childcare Articles January 5, 2017

CSU bachelor of education (0-5) ACECQA Advice
Today, 01:04 by Lorina (5 replies)

Self Assessment
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Wages For Newly Qualified Diploma
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Storage Of Checklists and How Long To Keep...
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HLTWH003
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Program display
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Online documentation for FDC
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CHCLEG001 Scenario
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pay rate
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cultural competence
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Educator Articles

Senator Faces Backlash Over Comments Made About Child Care Workers

This morning, Senator Leyonhjelm went on Sunrise to face the backlash he had received over the comments he made during the interview on The Project.  Sunrise presenter Mon told Mr Leyonhjelm that he caused backlash overnight because he had described childcare workers as "wiping noses and stopping the kids from killing...

Student Articles

How To Reference Correctly Using Web Sources

As a student finding information and doing research is an important part of completing assignments. Once you find the information you need to complete the question, it's imperative you know how to reference the information that you are adding into your response.

Parent Articles

Influenza (Flu)

Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is caused by a highly contagious virus that is spread by fluids produced during coughing and sneezing, or by direct contact with those fluids on surfaces. 

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