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.
Jul / 13
Responding to and Preventing Family Violence - The Role of Early Childhood Professionals
Community Child Care Association, in partnership with the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV), the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) and the Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) are pleased to provide this professional development opportunity for all Early Childhood Professionals.
The one day conference aims to inform, empower and support early childhood professionals to be an advocate for responding to and preventing family violence. The conference day brings a range of experts in the field of family violence and early childhood development. A mix of plenary sessions, workshops and a Q and A Panel discussion opens the space for early childhood professionals to gain information and strategies to take back to their services.
CCC members / MAV Members $110.00 per person inc. gst
Non members $176.00 per person inc. gst.
Register today for this important and informative conference day - we look forward to seeing you there!
Jul / 14
This workshop will explore how an understanding of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child can guide our work in this area. How can we create flexible, responsive environments? How can we make the most from the multi-age grouping opportunities across the day? How might we create spaces where choices go beyond self-selection of activities, towards self-determination?
- Understand the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in the context of early and middle childhood services
- Unpack the practical application of children’s rights named in the Convention
- Reimagine learning environments, curriculum and practice to support a strong children’s rights framework to all aspects of working with children
Your CCC facilitator for this session will be Stephen Gallen.
$250 (CCC Members)
$300 (Non CCC Members)
(Arrival tea and coffee, lunch and refreshments will be provided)