There is so much to learn when you join a Management Committee or P&C that operates an OOSH. You’re responsible under the National Laws and Regulations for operating an Approved Service, you have significant obligations as an Employer, and other legal duties to responsibly manage the business. It is important that parents in their volunteer roles are given the best possible foundation for managing an OOSH Service, to support their understanding of both their governance responsibilities as an Association and as the provider of an OOSH Service.
Network of Community Activities, the peak body for OOSH in NSW, provides a comprehensive training package that provides persons in management of an OOSH the knowledge they require, with a framework that respects their volunteer time.
Download the flyer to learn more about Network’s Induction Support Package.