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Service providers

Offering a safe, fun and supportive environment for children to learn and grow, the thousands of services that make up the early childhood education and care sector in Queensland deliver vital programs and services to their communities.

Read more about operating an early childhood service, including legislation, funding support and delivering an approved kindergarten programs (some links will take you to the Queensland Government or department websites):

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Quality in family day care

Watch our latest videos on quality in family day care services and discover the elements to consider when choosing a service.

Choosing quality family care

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This page was last reviewed on 22 Dec 2016

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Scholarships and grants

Scholarships and grants

Read more about financial support available to early childhood services

Working in early childhood

Working in early childhood

Read more about working in early childhood, including roles and responsibilities, qualification requirements, employment conditions and professional development

Cultural awareness resources

Cultural awareness resources

Read more about delivering kindy to children from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-English speaking backgrounds

Resources for parents and carers

Resources for parents and carers

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