Submissions and campaigns

As both Community Child Care Association and in our role as the Victorian branch of National Out of School Hours Services Australia (NOSHSA), as well as the Victorian branch of Australian Community Children's Services (ACCS), our Policy and Advocacy team contribute to a range of key inquiries, consultations and research projects. The team produces a number of discussion documents and policy submissions as well as campaigning around a variety of issues.

Recent submissions and campaigns include:

 

Creating children's future today

Joint Victorian State Election Submission August 2018

Our children need us to get it right on childhood education and care in Victoria – and to do it right now.

  • Looking at the evidence
  • Ensuring access for all
  • Securing quality outcomes
  • Strengthening the workforce
  • Planning for changing community needs

Read the full submission here

Joint Vic State Election Submission


Camp Australia’s Proposed Merger with Junior Adventures Group – Response to Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

CCC does not support the proposed merger between the two largest OSHC providers in Australia. Victoria has 1200 OSHC services and is the state that would experience the most significant impact of this proposed merger. We believe this monopoly of OSHC service ownership in Victoria will drive further anti-competitive fee structures, placing significant impact on affordability and accessibility for families.

Read the full submission

 


Community Child Care Association Submission 3 March 2017

Social Services Legislation Amendment (Omnibus Savings and Child Care Reform) Bill 2017 Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee Inquiry

CCC is gravely concerned that this Bill combines the previous Jobs for Families Child Care Package legislation with cuts not just to Family Tax Benefits (as was the case with the previous iterations of the Bill) but now with cuts to Paid Parental Leave and a whole raft of other cuts to welfare payments – some of which the government has been trying to get through the Senate since 2014.

CCC continues to call on the Australian Government to consider education and care reforms on their own and not link their passage with welfare reforms and cuts to Paid Parental Leave. Increased subsidies for some families to affordable quality education and care must not come at the expense of income cuts to others.

Read the full submission here

 


Submission to the SkillsIQ Industry Consultation

CCC welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the SkillsIQ industry consultation on the ten ASQA recommendations for action following the August 2015 Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) strategic review Training for early childhood education and care in Australia. CCC commends both ASQA and the SkillsIQ for the continued work and commitment to improving quality and consistency in the provision of Early Childhood Education and Care Training in Australia.

Read the submission here

 


Family Assistance Amendment (Jobs for Families Child Care Package) Bill 2016 Senate Inquiry  September 2016

Once again CCC is advocating for amendments to ensure all children have access to education and care of at least 2 days per week, regardless of whether their family meets an activity test.

Read the full submission here

 


Productivity Commission National Education Evidence Base Inquiry May 2016

Community Child Care Association commends the inclusion of early childhood in the scope of this inquiry. CCC believes that a National Education Evidence Base should include data and research about

  • Children's learning and development from birth
  • The role of the Outside School Hours Care sector
  • Impact of structural dimensions of quality on learning
  • Impact of service provider managment types
  • ECEC workforce

Read the submission here

 


Victorian Gender Equality Strategy Consultation 19 February 2016

Community Child Care Association (CCC) welcomes the opportunity to provide a response to the Victorian Government’s Gender Equality Strategy consultation process. As the peak body for community owned and not for profit early and middle education and care services in Victoria, we are concerned about the impact of gender inequalities in our communities. While CCC believes it is essential that action is taken on many levels to address this, our submission will focus on issues pertinent to the delivery of and access to quality education and care.

Read the submission here

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