|Country Children's Early Learning|
|Family Day Care|
Out of School Hours Care
The Co-ordination Units role is to:
* Work in partnership with Educators and Parents to ensure quality care is provided, this includes monitoring children's
* Ensure Child Care Standards and Practices are maintained and continuously improved
* Assist and support Parents to find the care environment most suitable for their child
* Recruit, select and train new Child Care Staff and FDC Educators
* Provide ongoing professional development for existing Educators and Staff
* Regularly monitor and support Staff and Educators to provide quality care
* Provide resources to Programs and Educators such as Play Sessions, Toy Library and Information
* Provide professional network opportunities for Educators and Staff
* Develop networks within the local community
* Promote the quality of our childcare services
* Administer payments of Government Childcare Subsidies
Co-ordination Unit Staff
The Co-ordination Unit is staffed by qualified and experienced Child Care Professionals
Owner and Manager
Julia founded Country Children's Early Learning in 2010 when she saw the need for more Family Day Care Providers in Country NSW. Julia, a Degree Qualified Early Childhood Teacher has extensive experience and knowledge of the Child Care Industry having worked in the field of Early Childhood Development and Education for over 25 years. During her time working in the Child Care Industry Julia has worked as a Pre-School Teacher, Centre Director and Children's Services Manager. Julia's knowledge of all aspects of the Child Care Industry has been kept up to date with her attending regular Inservices and Child Care Conferences.
Julia is a mother of two, and has seen the growing need for a more flexible child care option in Country NSW. She has taken Family Day Care and In-Home Care to a new level with the amount of support that is offered to the Educators and Parents of Country Children's Early Learning.
Educator Support Co-ordinator
Tania started with Country Children's Early Learning in July 2013. Tania's role is to monitor and offer support to the Educators through Home Visits and Play Sessions. She visits each Educator monthly, more often if required, as well as providing support over the phone and via email. During her home visits Tania will assist Educators with the planning of Children's Experiences, offer advice and support on children's developmental needs and offer assistance and support to the Educators in any other ways that are needed.
Tania has an Advanced Diploma in Children's Services and over 15 years experience in the Childcare Industry.
Administrative and Compliance Support
Giselle started with Country Children's Early Learning in November 2011. Giselle's role is to ensure Quality Assurance is maintained throughout the service, this includes Policy Research and Development and CCMS Compliance and Processing.
Giselle has a Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education and a Diploma in Frontline Management. Giselle has worked in the Childcare Industry for over 15 years as a Pre-School Teacher and a Centre Director.