ResourcesThe following is a list of all the resources that are associated with Child Care Package.
The form child care providers must use to request a voluntary suspension of its approval under family assistance law for any or all of its services for period of time not exceeding 12 months, when a National Law approval has not been suspended by
This form is used to notify the Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the department) of a provider’s intention to stop operating a child care service.
Explains the voluntary suspension process under family assistance law and the implications in relation to Child Care Subsidy (CCS) Provider and Service Approval.
Provides information on the roles and responsibilities of child care personnel types who must register for the Child Care Subsidy System.
Explains the cirumstances under the Family Assistance Law where services are ineligibile for CCS Approval.
Explains what Child Care Subsidy approved providers need to do to submit session reports and pass on payments to families.
Fact sheet on when services may operate less than the specified minimum operating period where it is determined that special circumstances exist that impact the service’s ability to meet the minimum operating requirements.
Explains the types of approvals child care providers must obtain to administer Australian Government child care fee assistance, as well as how they align to each other.
Identifies the persons and details of relevant roles that must be included in a CCS Approval application or change of circumstances application.
Explains how the Secretary will decide if a service approved as centre-based under the Education and Care Services National Law is a Centre Based Day Care service or an Outside School Hours Care Service for CCS approval purposes.
Child Care Subsidy Approval - Fit and Proper Requirements for Child Care Providers and their Personnel
Explains the fitness and propriety requirements that apply to child care providers and their personnel for Child Care Subsidy Approval.
Provides an overview of the Child Care Subsidy System and the Provider Digital Access System. Also explains how they are used in the Child Care Subsidy approval process.
Outlines the fitness and propriety requirements for people managing community organisations, schools or local councils that seek Child Care Subsidy Approval.
Provides information on the governance requirement for Child Care Subsidy (CCS) approved providers and the relevant information required in an application for CCS approval.
Child Care Subsidy Approval - Requirements for Legal Entities, Ultimate Holding Entities, ABNs and Trustees
Explains the requirements for Child Care Subsidy Approval applications regarding an applicant's legal entity, ultimate holding entity, trustee and ABN status.
Explains the requirements that providers and services must meet to receive Child Care Subsidy Approval.
Provides Child Care Subsidy (CCS) applicants with information about the documents they may be required to include with their application for CCS provider approval.
The workbook that applicants can or may be requested to complete to address governance arrangements for a child care service as part of an application for Child Care Subsidy Approval.