FDCA releases industry first study into the next generation of family day care educators
FDCA is proud to release an industry-first study into the family day care workforce in Australia: Attracting the next generation of family day care educators.
FDCA submission to the Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement on family day care residences with swimming pools, spas and water features in WA
On 13 May 2019 FDCA made a submission to the WA Dept of Communities in response to the recently released Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement (CRIS) on family day care residences with swimming pools, spas and water features in WA.
Children, educators and services shine during National Family Day Care Week
From 6 - 12 May 2019, family day care educators, services, families and children from all around Australia came together to celebrate the important role family day care plays not only in their communities, but in shaping and supporting the lives, hopes and dreams of hundreds of thousands of children around the country.
Family Day Care Australia releases Strategic Update on 2018-2020 Strategic Plan
On 21 February 2019 Family Day Care Australia (FDCA) released a Strategic Update on their 2018-2020 Strategic Plan.
2019 National Family Day Care Week launched by Family Day Care Australia
Following a successful week in 2018, National Family Day Care Week is back again in 2019 and Family Day Care Australia is calling on the entire family day care sector to join in on the celebrations! Now in its seventh consecutive year, National Family Day Care Week will run from Monday 6 May through to Sunday 12 May 2019.
Time for change in Government rhetoric on rorters and fraudsters says Family Day Care Australia
Family Day Care Australia (FDCA), the national peak body for the family day care, is calling on the Australian government to reframe its approach and its language in its dealings with the family day care sector.
Red Tape Committee Final Report released
On 3 December 2018, the Red Tape Committee released its final report. The final report focuses primarily on the broader policy and process to limit and reduce red tape. However, it confirms that the recommendations from the sector-specific interim reports still stand.