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.
We are planning our professional development activities for the remainder of this year and want to be sure to offer ou workshops and activities you need. Please follow the link below and complete the brief survey. Thanks for your help.
While this Employment Authority case does not relate to the ECE sector, it does offer some salient lessons for those centres that have restraint of trade clauses in their employment agreements.
The Employers and Manufacturers Association is reminding the medical profession to be mindful of its legal obligations when issuing medical certificates.
The government has announced plans to review the Resource Management Act. This could impact on those wishing to significantly change their childcare centres or build new ones. Will it impact on you?
Though business welcomes the new Health and Safety Reform Bill some parts of it are still unworkable or not appropriate to New Zealand’s scale of businesses, says Paul Jarvie, Industrial Relations and Safety Manager, Employers and Manufacturers Association.
Topcare has opened a new centre providing pre-school care and education for children age two - five years of age at state of the art premises in Portage Road, Papatoetoe, South Auckland. The newly licenced early childhood learning centre is now accepting registrations.
Attend the ECC Conference 2015 - designed for center managers/owners and professional leaders.