The primary purpose of the Early Childhood Council is to represent the interests of independently owned early childhood centres in New Zealand, and to promote the provision of quality early childhood education services.
The Productivity Commission recently released an issues paper on its new inquiry into improving outcomes for New Zealanders from social services.
Rising employment is more than keeping up with our growing population, while unemployment has fallen to 5.4 percent, Statistics New Zealand said recently.
Legislation allowing police to charge for some of their services, at this stage vetting for criminal records, has passed its first hurdle in Parliament.
Read the ECC's submission to the Ministry of Education on the Vulnerable Children Act 2014 - Consultation on safety checking of workforce.
An employee raised two personal grievances for unjustifiable disadvantage in her employment. That she the employee had been unlawfully suspended from her employment and that a formal complaint she had made and not been investigated properly.
Attend the ECC Conference 2015 - designed for center managers/owners and professional leaders.