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In partnership with the New South Wales regulatory authority, ACECQA has developed a series of short, interactive eLearning modules to help approved providers understand their responsibilities under the National Law and Regulations. These modules are also available in web accessible versions.

Child care services in Commonwealth-declared hotspots will be eligible for payments of 25 per cent of their pre-lockdown revenue. Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) services will be eligible for payments of 40 per cent.

Recently Education Ministers agreed to a number of amendments to the Education and Care National Regulations including displaying of service rating certificates and managing risks while transporting children and workforce transitional provisions.

Conducting performance reviews is an effective way to recognise and reward individual educators contributions within the service.  The purpose of performance reviews is to assess the performance of individual educators and to improve communication between Educators and management.

As a Diploma Qualified educator, you are to plan, implement and evaluate an educational program that supports a holistic approach to the care and development of children aged from birth to six years of age.

 As a Cert 3 Qualified Education, you are required to work in a team to provide high-quality early childhood education development, learning and care to children.

The Australian Skills Quality Authority has released advice for RTO's to consider adapting practices, including changing delivery modes, re-sequencing delivery of units or components of units, and delaying workplace practical assessments during the COVID - 19 pandemic.

Summative Assessment brings together information on what the child knows, understands and can do. You analyse this information, you tell a story and give an overview of a child's progress so far. This is the basis of summative assessment.

It's important that all Educators currently working in services to take care of their health and safety as well as others including children, parents and visitors. Services must do all that they can to minimise the risk of exposure of COVID-19 as reasonably practicable.

The Community Child Care Fund (CCCF) includes Special Circumstances funding to support child care providers experiencing financial viability issues as a result of COVID-19, for example, withdrawals, reduced enrolments or service closures.

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