CCCAV Conference 2014

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Only one sleep to go until the CCCAV Conference 2014 kicks off! Needless to say, we are very excited…
The CCCAV Conference and exhibition is a great opportunity for owners and educators from Long Day Care, Family Day Care, OSHC and Kindergarten to attend some fantastic presentations from a range of celebrated early childhood education researchers and professionals as well as network with one another.
Across October 24 and 25, The Pullman on Albert Park in Melbourne will be brimming with ideas, innovation and incredibly passionate members of the early childhood sector. Don’t miss out on all the fun that’s been incorporated within the events including Friday evening cocktails and the exhibition that will be set up in the Grand Ballroom.
As always, this year’s CCCAV Conference features must-see presenters including Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, Therese Joyce, Dr Anne Kennedy as well as many others. Our Bonkers Beat creator Galina Zenin will be there too! You can see Galina’s presentation ‘In Tune with Wellness’ on Friday 24 October from 1.30pm – 2.30pm.
We hope to see your friendly faces at the conference, and if you haven’t registered yet, it’s not too late – simply click here to visit the CCCAV website and book your spot.
Once you have registered, don’t forget to Like the CCCAV Conference page to go into the running to win an iPad mini!

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