Early Education & Care Shared Services Feasibility Study
A project helping Great Southern's
community managed Child Care providers ...
Children and families living in the Great Southern are supported by a range of great Early Learning & Development centres led and managed by dedicated people from within community. It is often the case that these services need to fund raise to remain open and continue to offer quality care.
The viability and sustainability of these valued community managed services is critical to the development of our region and to cultivating a diverse regional workforce.
BreakthruWA is proud to announce the commencement of a 10 month feasibility study investigating potential shared services to support these services into the future and assist with the financial and operational challenges impacting their sustainability.
The project is an initiative of the Regional Community Child Care Development Found (RCCCDF) Stage 2. The RCCCDF is funded by Royalties for Regions. It was established to support the development of sustainable models of community-managed education and child care that meet the needs of families living in regional Western Australia.
We look forward to commencing this important work supporting hard working services and families in the Great Southern in early 2019.
If you would like more information about this project,
Janelle Price on 9842 9399
Supported by the State Government's Royalties for Regions program