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.
May / 31
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.
Developing a vision and goal setting for your team.
We will explore values and aspirations that will enable educators to progress to a shared vision by looking at goals within the team collaboratively.
We will acknowledge and address the dynamics, cultures and structure that allow educators to grow professionally and bring about positive change in the OSHC environment.
When we set our goals for the future and determine who we are as educators we will explore the relationships that we may need to build an approach that is trusted and respectful.
Different points of view bring about multiple perspectives and will empower educators to be productive, promote new learning and thinking in a reflective space.
May / 31
Communicating effectively with families is one of the major aspects of an Early Childhood Educator’s role and responsibilities.
This professional learning session will explore the significance of ongoing effective day to day communication and assist Educator’s to identify and reflect on how to promote positive and professional relationships with families and make meaningful connections.
· What is a Partnership? (respect and partnership, who are parents/other family groupings, families from diverse cultures/communities/families of children with additional needs)
· Relationship and Communication - how do we establish and maintain positive partnerships with families? (sharing the care and education of young children, ongoing communication, inclusion and partnership, helping to make connections)
· Parent Involvement – creating opportunities for families to be involved in their child’s care and education (parents as partners in their child’s learning, sharing ideas with parents, general support and help from parents, activities and events organized for parents, parenting groups and programs)
Caroline Springs Civic Centre
Cost: CCC Members $160.00
Non Members $210.00