Programmes and resources include:
- The Early Childhood Literacy and Numeracy: Building Good Practice resource helps early childhood educators transform children's every day activities into opportunities for teaching literacy and numeracy concepts. The booklet and accompanying flashcards are intended for use by early childhood education and care professionals and pre-service educators looking to improve their professional practice.
- National Workforce Census helps government planning for early childhood education and care.
- HECS-HELP benefits for early childhood education teachers reduce the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debts of early childhood education teachers who work in areas of high need.
- Recognition of Prior Learning assists experienced early childhood workers who have experience in the industry to have their skills recognised and obtain or upgrade their qualifications.
- Removal of TAFE fees helps more than 8,000 people each year, including existing child care and early learning educators, to get a vocational education and training qualification in early childhood.
- Investing in Experience (Skills Recognition and Training) programme helps mature-age workers, including those in the child care and early learning sector, to gain formal recognition of their skills and receive training to fill any knowledge or skills gaps.
- Inclusion and Professional Support Program provides an integrated and consolidated approach to meeting the inclusion and professional support needs of child care and early learning services.
- Continuity of Learning: a resource to support effective transition to school and school age care - This first national resource has been developed by the Educational Transitions Continuity and Change research team at Charles Sturt University and includes effective transition practices, which reflect the experiences of children, families, educators and communities as they support transitions to school and school age care.
- Leading Learning Circles for Educators Engaged in Study