CHCECE014 - Complying With FDC Requirements

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CHCECE014 - Complying With FDC Requirements

Post by Newbie » Sat Feb 18, 2017 2:47 pm

Hi, Just wondering if I could get some help on my assignment for
CHCECE014 Comply with family day care administration requirements
I'm very stuck :s any help would be appreciated! Part E I'm having major trouble on !


Part C
Answer the following questions assuming that you are the provider of this family day care service. Maximum 100-word response for each question.
1. List the administration requirements that you need to meet within your work environment.
- Have, or be actively working towards an approved certificate III level qualification, or higher (regulation 127)
- Have and maintain current approved first aid, anaphylaxis and emergency asthma management qualification/s (regulation 136)
- Have and maintain evidence of current public liability insurance of the residence (regulation 180)
- Be at least 18 years old (regulation 119)
- Have and maintain a current positive Notice Blue card (working with children check ( regulation 153)
- Child care service handbook
- Information about each child is to be relevant and needs to ensure the child receives quality care
- Keeping information accurate and up to date
- Clear organisation’s policies and procedures and always follow them
- Responsible practises – Policies and procedures in place to assure confidentially and privacy (privacy act 1988)
- Follow the National Regulations – Education and Care Services National Regulations 2011 (cth), which stipulate the numbers and ages of children.
- Follow the priority of access according to the Doe. “First priority” a child at risk of serious abuse or neglect. Second priority: a child of a single parent who satisfies, or of parent who both satisfy, the work/training/study test under section 14 of the ‘A New Tax System ( family assistance) Act 1999 and Third Priority: any other child.
- Responsible practises- Policies and procedures in place to assure confidentially and privacy (privacy Act 1988)) with regard to collecting, recording, sharing, storing and disposing of information.
- Clear organisation’s policies and procedures and always follow them
- Keeping information accurate and up to date
- Information about each child and relevant needs to ensure the child receives quality care.


2. What documentation should you consider when completing administration tasks within your service? Please include all legal and service requirements in your answer, including referring to requirement of the National Quality Framework.
- The privacy Act 1988 (Cth)
- The National Quality Framework (NQF)
- The National Privacy Principals: collection of information, use and disclosure of information, data quality, date security, openness, access to and correction of information, identifiers, anonymity, trans border data flows and sensitive information
- Education and Care Service National Law Act 2010 (Cth)
- Education and care Services National Regulations 2011 (Cth)
- The National Law and National Regulations set out all required aspects of service operation and care for children
- Child care Service Handbook
- The National Quality Standard (NQS) Belonging, being and becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia
- Be at least 18 years old (regulation 119)
- Family day care services are also required to have policies and procedures under Regulation 168 and 169
- If you are supplying food (regulation 80) weekly menu
- Operation of the service (regulation 173)
- Hold a current working with children check (blue card) (regulation 153)
- Public liability insurance at your residence (regulation 180)
- First aid, anaphylaxis and emergency asthma management qualification/s (regulation 136)
- Have, or be actively working towards, an approved certificate III level qualification, or higher (regulation 127)
- Emergency and evacuation procedures (regulation 97)
- Provider must ensure there is enough furniture, materials and developmentally –appropriate equipment for the children in your care (regulation 105)
- AS 1288-2006 Glass in building (regulation 117)
- Outdoor space used by children is enclosed by a barrier or fence (regulation 104)
- A first Aid kit (regulation 89)
- Precaution must be taken to protect children from harm and from any hazard likely to cause injury (section 167)
- Access to an operating telephone or communication for emergency services (regulation 98)
- The educational program you provide (regulation 75)

3. List the information that you must consider when determining your charging practices.
- Child care Rebate Scheme (CCR)
- Child care Benefit Scheme (CCB)
- Another child from the family using another approved early childhood education and care service
- Grandparents receiving the Grandparent Child Care benefit (GCCB)
- Parents receiving JETCCFA
- Charging for a child attending a pre school
- Families in the AMEP
- (SCCB) Special Child Care Benefit for a child at risk or experiencing exceptional circumstances.
- Hours of care and any authorisations needed
- A child using both your service and another approved early childhood education and care service
- Charging for a child who is attending school
- The process for approval when a child has 24 hours of continuous care
- Charging when a child is on holidays, sick or just doesn’t show up
- Charging when an educator cannot care for the child or children
- More than one child from the same family using family day care service








4. List any restrictions to charging practices that you must consider.
Any practices that are imposed by the government, via Centre link ????






Part E?????


1. Briefly describe the processes and documentation you need to have in place for:
a. Recording details to meet taxation requirements
The ATO considers self-employed educators as service providers. Contractors or self-employed educators can register for Good and Service Tax. However, they must hold an ABN or Australian Business Number and may be eligible to benefit from the Simplified Tax system. They do not have to report GST but should cover their own costs in relation to operating a family day care service from home?????


b. Determining if a taxation payment is required and, if it is, ensuring that timely taxation payments are made.
Family day care educators are expected to complete and store a number of different records for their services. Ensuring the maintence of records keeps children safe, as well as ensure their individual needs are met and quality service is provided







Thank you!


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Re: CHCECE014 - Complying With FDC Requirements

Post by Lorina » Sat Feb 18, 2017 5:25 pm

Yes, you're on the right track with your responses! :thumbup:

In regards to part E) one I can think of off the top of my head is the No Jab No Play policy...

No Jab No Play Policy

Hope this helps!

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Re: CHCECE014 - Complying With FDC Requirements

Post by hala123 » Tue Sep 11, 2018 12:47 pm

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Re: CHCECE014 - Complying With FDC Requirements

Post by Lorina » Tue Sep 11, 2018 2:02 pm

hala123 wrote:
Tue Sep 11, 2018 12:47 pm
:cla

How can I help?

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