Compliance and Continuous Improvement

Self-Review and Legal Obligations

Quality improvement requires effective leadership, clear systems and a dedicated team. It is essential to use the right sector-specific tools and methodologies to measure progress and achieve continuous improvement.

Self-Review and Legal Obligations

Continuous quality improvement means continually measuring and analysing progress and striving for quality. Quality is an ongoing process that requires effective leadership, clear systems and a dedicated team.

Quality improvement systems and processes in the early childhood sector are specific to the sector and employ a variety of tools and methodologies. Processes can overlap, be ongoing or time-bound, depending on requirements and goals. Characteristics and use of systems and processes may differ but generally have the key expectation of increasing the quality of outcomes for children.

Access our member-only resources to guide your centre’s path to success and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

You can also see links below to ERO and other education-sector agencies that can provide information on compliance and continuous improvement.

Member-only resources

Below is a sample of resources available free to members. Members can log in to the Member Portal to see the full list of templates, guidelines and other resources.

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