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Education and Care Services National Regulations
Current version for 31 December 2019 to date (accessed 6 April 2020 at 16:00)
Chapter 7 Part 7.8 Division 4
Division 4 Transitional and saving provisions—staffing arrangements
Subdivision 1 Centre-based services
360–362   (Repealed)
363   Early childhood teacher in attendance—60 or more children
(1)  This regulation applies to a centre-based service that provides education and care to 60 or more children.
(2)    (Repealed)
(3)  The requirements in regulations 133(1)(b) and 134(1)(b) do not apply to the service before 1 January 2020.
364   Educational qualifications—centre-based services—saving of existing experience and qualification
Regulation 126(1)(b) does not apply in relation to an educator in a centre-based service who—
(a)  had been employed—
(i)  full-time and continuously as a staff member at a licensed children’s service or outside school hours care service for a period of at least 5 years immediately preceding 25 May 2009; or
(ii)  at least part-time and continuously as a staff member at a licensed children’s service or outside school hours care service for a period of at least 10 years immediately preceding 25 May 2009; and
(b)  before the scheme commencement day completed a professional development course approved by the Secretary under the Children’s Services Regulations 2009 of Victoria.
Subdivision 2 Family day care services
365   (Repealed)
366   Qualifications for family day care educators—saving of existing experience and qualifications
Regulation 127 does not apply in relation to a family day care educator who—
(a)  had been employed—
(i)  full-time and continuously as a family day carer as part of a family day care service for a period of at least 5 years immediately preceding 25 May 2009; or
(ii)  at least part-time and continuously as a family day carer as part of a family day care service for a period of at least 10 years immediately preceding 25 May 2009; and
(b)  before the scheme commencement day, had completed a professional development course approved by the Secretary under the Children’s Services Regulations 2009 of Victoria.