What childcare leader doesn’t love a good Google Doc or Excel spreadsheet to log data and document processes.
Unfortunately, spreadsheets work with static ad-hoc data, which makes it impossible to provide any real-time visibility with a lot of overhead to
While every childcare centre director wishes for ‘practically perfect’ performance, most know there is a learning curve involved in getting people up to standard. An innate magic, akin to Mary Poppins, might exist in some but most require a measured
Keeping your children, parents and team safe has never been more important as you respond to changing regulatory requirements.
Health and Safety requirements are continually changing in response to COVID-19, and we know that keeping up with the ever-evolving regulations
When staff are clear about what they are required to know, think and do in their roles, they are more likely to continue on to become valuable employees.
Doing away with paperwork helps close the gap between best intentions and
A Guide on Staying Prepared for Licencing Visits
Knock, knock… look who is here? Surprise, it’s the Ministry of Education! Are you prepared?
A blueprint might appear quite complex but, at the core, it is simply a guide for making something based on best practices.
The blueprint’s purpose is to help you visualise the overall architecture that guides design, development and cooperation throughout
Free best practice checklist templates are here!
Try our free best practice checklist template: ERO’s Self-Audit Checklist for early childhood centres
Paperwork should be
Welcoming Paula to the 1Place Childcare team in Australia
We’re excited to announce the appointment of Paula Brennan as National Customer Solutions Manager –
Citation Alert: How distracted daily checklists leads to injuries, damaged reputation and lost business
Childcare is serious business in an increasingly competitive market when it comes to attracting families and finding staff. Operators are continually looking for ways to streamline operations of all types in order to keep pace and find success.
The childcare industry’s reliance on paper is no secret. Hard copy forms and checklists come part and parcel with meeting compliance regulations and, as a result, a room full of archive boxes is commonplace within many childcare centres. But it