CCSA is developing a series of resources to build knowledge and confidence across the sector to take advantage of the redesigned quality ratings certificate when engaging with stakeholders to raise awareness of the National Quality Framework and rating system.
Resources will include
- animated video series
- a targeted series of story sharing workshops where a network of champions will facilitate discussions and share ideas
- follow-up phone support and mentoring.
Meet our Ratings Champions!
CCSA has selected these sector champions to share their stories of using the redesigned quality ratings certificate.
They are successfully using the new quality ratings graphic to spark discussion of the practices that make their service unique.
Our champions will be facilitating our story sharing workshops where you will have the opportunity to share ideas, gain tips and ask questions. To learn more about the champions – Click on their names to download their bios.
Watch and Learn
Our series of animated video will be loaded onto this page as they are launched.
Meet the Team
Sector Support Funded Programs Coordinator
Gloria has a Bachelor of Early Childhood Teaching, Diploma of Children’s Services, and Diploma in Management. Gloria joined CCSA in 2015 with 20 years’ experience in the early childhood education and care sector, including long day care, facilitating playgroups and most recently as a Director of a community preschool. Gloria’s work with CCSA includes supporting early childhood education services with business and financial planning, policy review and mentoring Directors.
Member Services Engagement Officer
Blake joined CCSA in March 2021. Blake holds a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth – 5 years) and a Dual Diploma in Leadership and Management. Over the past 8 years, Blake has gained extensive experience across various roles including an Early Childhood Teacher, Educational Leader, Preschool Director and mentoring other Preschools. Blake’s role at CCSA will include developing new member business opportunities, leading campaigns, assist in resource development, consultancy and training and funded projects.
This series is funded by the Department of Education and brought to you by CCSA as part of the sector building capacity program.