The CHCCC Association is an incorporated body, managed by a Board. Parental involvement is very important at a management level to ensure the service is meeting current family needs. All families are eligible to be elected onto the Board of Management and are welcome to provide input into the operations of the service at any time.
Board of Management meetings are held monthly and an Annual General Meeting is held annually. The Board is responsible for overseeing the operations of the service to ensure it meets all legal requirements and is financially viable.
Our Educators are highly valued. The Centre management is proactive in implementing strategies to attract and retain staff to ensure continuity of care for children and to maintain a positive work environment.
The Centre abides by all Government regulations including Equal Opportunity, and the National License requirements when employing staff. A requirement of employment is to provide a Working with Children Check and Medical Clearance and Qualified Educators are to hold a current Senior First Aid Certificate.
Please see the Staffing Plan for the current staffing details and staff photos.
The Centre maintains the staff: child ratios as outlined by the Education and Care Services National Law (WA) 2012, a copy of which is provided for your information in Reception.
The Director, Rae Young, is a ‘non-contact’ Director who is a Registered Child Health Nurse, with a Paediatric background.
Priority of Access Guidelines
The Australian Government requires the Centre to provide places at the service according to priority of access.
Particular focus offering positions to children of Hospital shift workers, and to children who have high additional needs.
A minimal number of ‘casual’ places become available due to regular children being absent. Bookings for these places will only be confirmed 24 hours in advance and are available for the siblings of PCH patients.