Langwarrin Community Centre

lifelong learning and community participation

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Langwarrin Community Centre Inc. Incorporation Registration No.: A0027420f

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

Community Development Officer - Postion description - October 2020

 

Please send your application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


OCCASIONAL CARE

This program has a waiting list.  Please ring reception 9789 7653 to register.

THREE YEAR OLD PRE-KINDER

Please ring reception 9789 7653 to register for three year old pre-kinder


OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS CARE For Before and After School Care as well as School Holiday Program

HOW TO ENROL - VIA My Family Lounge    

Please click the following link to Register and Enrol or to Log in here: http://www.langwarrincc.org.au/children/outside-of-school-hours-care

Permanent bookings, (including changes and cancellations to permanent bookings) - can be made within the online Enrolment Form - access using the link above.

Casual Before & After School care, Pupil Free days & School Holiday Program Bookings can be made via the casual booking calendar by downloading and using the My Family Lounge App for your mobile phone. (SHP bookings are available from the 3rd last week of each school term)


SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM Please click on the following links to download forms or documents:

School Holidays Activity Program and Parent information   < Program is the current version 

Booking for T4-2020 SHP (December 2020 - January2021) will be available from 10:00am Tuesday1st December, 2020

School Holidays - How to Book

2020 FEE SCHEDULE

Children's Services Parent Handbook

Please ring 9789 7653 and select 1 for OSHC if you encounter any problems.

O.S.H.C. Parent Information FLYER

On your first day in O.S.H.C FLYER

NO JAB, NO PLAY

Letter from Jenny Mikakos MP MInister for Families and Children, Minister for Youth Affairs - Please click here

No Jab, No Play information sheet for parents - Please click here

STATEMENT OF COMMITTMENT TO CHILD SAFETY

Our organisation is committed to child safety:

  • We have zero tolerance of child abuse;
  • We actively work to listen to and empower children;
  • We have systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and respond to them consistently in line with the organisation’s policies and procedures;
  • We are committed to promoting cultural safety for Aboriginal children, cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.

CURRENT POLICY DOCUMENT


COURSES

Activities Current Term Program Brochure

Enrolment Form for Courses


QUALITY INDICATORS

2017 Audit report for registration as a training organisation

Learner engagement and employer satisfaction surveys

These indicators are based on a survey of 36 students. This sample represents 67 percent of this organisation’s training delivery in the 2016 calendar year. The students surveyed for these indicators were selected by this organisation in accordance with national guidelines.

Competency completions, in this case, is a measure of volume

Indicative fees for government funded training

The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.  Additonal fees may apply such as student and amenity fees.


MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Membership information brochure

Membership Application


ANNUAL REPORT 2018-2019

  

AGM Minutes November 2018

 

PRIVACY

Please refer to our CURRENT POLICY DOCUMENT ABOVE

 

FEEDBACK AND COMPLAINTS

Feedbackand Compliments Form

Complaints and Appeals policy - Please refer to our CURRENT POLICY DOCUMENT ABOVE

Complaints Form

 

TUTOR INFORMATION

Tutor Contract - Casual

Tutor Contract - Independent

 

USEFUL LINKS

VET Web Links

Mandatory Reporting and other Obligations click here

 

2017 Audit Report for continuing registration as a Training Organisation