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.
Apr / 28
Exploring open professional conversations and building on professional relationships with peers opens your practice to multiple perspectives and reflective engagement. Forums will encourage educators to share evidence and insights in theory and practice, with a collaborative approach to progress professional growth.
Audience: All educators, all OSHC services welcome. Registration essential.
Under the Inclusion and Professional Support Program, Gowrie Victoria, the Professional Support Coordinator for Victoria, have funded Community Child Care Association to deliver these OSHC Forums. The Inclusion and Professional Support Program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Apr / 30
This session will cover a range of topics including:
What does it mean to embed sustainability?
How can we engage children, educators, families and the broader community in learning about sustainability?
What does sustainability learning look like in practice? (Participants welcome to bring their own examples)
How do we know children are learning about sustainability? (Planning for learning about sustainability and assessing children’s learning as part of the planning cycle)
Presented by: Karen Glancy
Where: Manningham Function Centre
Time: 10am – 1pm (Tea, coffee and morning tea provided)
Cost: $160 (CCC Members) $210 (Non CCC Members)