Welcome to Community Child Care Association
Community Child Care Association (CCC) is the peak body for community owned, not for profit children's services in Victoria. CCC is proud of our history of strong advocacy for community owned, not for profit children’s education and care services and the recognition we have earned through our delivery of a range of high level resources, training and professional development, supporting quality and growth in the Victorian Children’s Education and Care Services sector.
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Resources and support
CCC has a wide range of resources and support materials; tools that can be used to explore themes, introduce concepts, improve practice and expand knowledge.
Professional learning projects
CCC delivers professional learning and development opportunities across Victoria and can tailor training to suit individual and local learning needs.
Oct / 22
Attending an OSHC Roundtable is about building and maintaining professional relationships.It is an opportunity to reflect on your core pedagogical practices.You will be working collaboratively with professional peers to promote and support shared values and goals for children’s learning and development. Exploring innovative service delivery will be facilitated in these unique conversational opportunities.
This OSHC Roundtable will have a strong focus on sustainability to begin or continue your authentic, collaborative journey and identity in your environment by stimulating ideas of improvements.
Amongst other resources we will discuss the Kids Teaching program which aims to inspire future environmental leaders. It raises awareness and drives local and global environmental issues.
Cost: FREE for CCC members.
Non-members are welcome to attend for a fee of $25 per person.
Billanook Primary School
270 Sheffield Road, Montrose
Oct / 24
Presented by Jobs Australia, this session provides many actual case studies as a way of bringing to life the importance of understanding workplace policies and procedures, and answers questions as to the responsibility that staff in the compliance of legislation.
The session will explore participants understanding of the Workplace Culture and discusses the responsibilities that every staff member has to ensure the Workplace Culture is at the heart of a respectful workplace.
The aim of this workshop is to assist staff to develop greater understanding of the legal obligations and how those obligations apply to them in the workplace. A comprehensive update relating to the new Fair Work Anti-bullying process which became effective January 1 2014 will also be provided.
Overnewton Castle, Victorian Room
51 Overnewton Road, Keilor 3036