Free Support for Flood-Affected OOSH

Support for Flood-Affected OOSHs

Free One-on-One Support From Network

In response to the major flood events across NSW, the NSW Department of Education has partnered with Network of Community Activities to deliver the Sector Support Flood Impact Program to provide free support to affected services.

If your service has been impacted by floods, you can now access assistance in the following areas:

  • Advice on governance, insurance, funding, regulatory or compliance issues
  • Advice on staffing or other human resource issues, and community support needs
  • Advice on the impact on provision of an educational program and service delivery
  • Other support and advice that may deemed suitable to support the service to return to full operations

How to register

Please contact the Department of Education via and cc to register for support. Please provide your Provider Name, Service Name, Service ID, service type and contact names and details.

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