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In NSW, nominated supervisors and persons in day-to-day charge are required to have completed child protection courses.
How to provide a child safe environment, protect children from harm, abuse and neglect, and respond to and report incidents, suspected incidents and concerns.
Why work in ECEC, the different roles available, pathways into ECEC and where your career can go from there.
Resources for early childhood education services, OSHC services and staff who have been impacted by disasters such as bushfires, floods and storms..
Information on professional learning, sector research and support resources for OSHC educators.
A range of scholarships and professional development opportunities are provided to strengthen and support the early childhood education workforce.
The sector development program supports the early childhood education workforce through free training, support and resources to build sector capacity.
Professional learning and resources to support early childhood educators with high quality teaching and learning practices.
Programs and activities to help children transition to school.
Developing and maintaining a sustainable, highly qualified workforce is crucial to ensuring children get the best start in life.