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Healthy Eating and Active Play Conferences

NSW Health in partnership with Early Childhood Australia (ECA) is delivering 2 FREE Munch & Move Healthy Eating and Active Play Virtual Conferences in 2021.

The online Conferences offer a high level professional development opportunity for early childhood education and care service leaders participating in the Munch & Move program. This includes directors, nominated supervisors, educational leaders and family day care coordinators.

The Conference program extends beyond the Munch & Move program training to focus on areas of leadership including service management, having challenging conversations with families and programming age-appropriate active play experiences.

The Conferences are aligned with the National Quality Framework and can help your service meet the requirements of the National Quality Standard and the Early Years Learning Framework.  

If you have not already attended a Healthy Eating and Active Play Conference in 2019 or 2020, please visit the Early Childhood Australia website to register and view more information about these virtual events.

Register Now on the ECA Website


PLEASE NOTE: On 30th November 2020, the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) announced that all accredited Professional Development endorsements have been cancelled following an internal review. NSW Health will work to re-submit for endorsement of the coming Healthy Eating and Active Play Conferences once applications re-open in 2021. We will provide further updates as this process takes place, but please provide your Teacher Accreditation number on registration if you are working towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Please refer to the NESA website for more information:

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