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Some services are having difficulty ordering food and essential items from their usual food supplier. This could be mainly due to widespread public fear of the Coronavirus and the potential periods of isolation and lockdowns.
In South Granville, NSW, a 33-year-old man has been recently charged for allegedly claiming almost $100,000 in false childcare subsidy payments.
The following FAQ's were developed and responded to by Early Childhood Australia for all services currently opened. Questions answered include, if a child/parent has coronavirus what steps does a service have to take, what happens during forced closure, charging families…
This 30-minute free online training available for Educators covers the fundamentals of infection prevention and control for COVID-19.
In Melbourne’s north-east, both parents of a child who attends a childcare centre tested positive to the coronavirus yet the childcare centre remains open.
If childcare centres shut down due to the coronavirus, parents will not have to pay childcare fees. Centres will not claim Child Care Subsidy and since child care isn't able to be offered to families, they must not be charged…
A Perth child care provider, has been recently fined $15,000 after a five-year-old girl was left alone in a locked bus for up to 15 minutes.
In Bunbury, WA a leading Childcare centre was fined $10,000 after a three-year-old escaped and walked home. The staff did not notice the boy was missing until his mother brought him back.
From 15th March to 21 March we celebrate Harmony Week. Harmony Week celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. We celebrate inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for all Australians, from the traditional owners of the land to those who have come…
When you start a new job, your centre has to give you a copy of the Fair Work Information Statement before, or as soon as possible after you start.
At a Sydney childcare centre, a toddler went missing for up to 10 minutes before staff were alerted via a headcount. Due to this incident, the childcare operators have been fined $14,000.
An Educator, working in Sydney's North Shore childcare centre, had a decision overturned which awarded him $238,000 for a defamatory email sent to 35 families which stated that the educator was no longer at the centre due to "disciplinary actions"…
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