Have you heard about our new Educator Safety and Practice Audits? In conjunction with some of the leading FDC Services in Australia we have released 30 checklists for Services covering a wide range of areas including; Safe Sleep (including Cot and Environment) Documentation and Programming Evacuation Practice Fencing First Aid Kits Hand Washing and Nappy Change Transportation of Children Water Safety These add to the core offering of FDSee, embedding best practice into your Family Day Care Service, not just tacking things on. Contact us today to find out more.
With the renewed focus on Risk assessment and Management in mind FDSee, in conjunction with some of the leading FDC Services in Australia, has developed a range of over 30 new Educator Safety and Practice checklists for Coordinators and Service Staff. More details to come soon. In the meantime check out this from the latest ECEC Connect Newsletter: Approved providers and service personnel are responsible for ensuring the safety, health and wellbeing of the children under their care. This means doing everything possible to protect children from harm and hazards at all times. The majority of services are compliant with the National Quality Framework; however, the latest data shows there … Read More
Family Day Care Services : Did you know? With FDSee you can send emails to Educators by Group, by Coordinator assignment or Service wide. Each message is then recorded in the Educator’s individual Communication Record – along with every other interaction you have with them in FDSee. You can then create an Educator specific or Service wide Record of Communication Report, summarising all interactions with your Educators, including; Visit Reports, Safety Audits, Requests for Care, Notes, Practice Audits, Documentation Reminders and Service Emails. This coupled with our one click generation of Educator Registers, Staff Registers and Vacancy Reports gives you the full picture for your Service. From ACECQA: WHY IS … Read More
Are you a Family Day Care Service feeling you are being pulled in different directions every day? Did you know FDSee is being called a ‘game changer’ for the FDC sector in Australia? It’s making life easier, saving time, enhancing quality and demonstrating compliance in line with the NQF. FDSee is a proven web-based software application that covers almost all operational aspects of your Family Day Care Service, complimenting systems like Harmony or Hubworks. Find out what all the fuss is about and get your totally free trial today. Click on contact us or email email@example.com
We’ve just removed all fees from our Registers and Reports. Now demonstrating compliance is not only easier, with FDSee it’s free! Check out how FDSee can help you with compliance; Educator Register / Staff Register Demonstrates compliance with Regulation 153/154 Record of Educator Communication Demonstrates compliance with Regulation 116/154 Working with Children Check (Blue Card) Register Demonstrates compliance with Regulation 153/154 Not using FDSee – try it for free today. It’s Family Day Care Coordinated.
How would you retrieve all records of your communication with an Educator if asked by the Department? With FDSee, you just click and its listed, or you can search for a category or keyword. No searching through old notebooks or filing cabinets, its right there. Over time you record all interactions with the Educator to build a full picture of their history with you. It can easily help identify trends in issues of non-compliance, or assist in distribution of key information to staff. This is Family Day Care coordinated. You can also access your full Educator Register or Working With Children Check Register with one click? Try FDSee and find … Read More
Are you up to date with the new fact sheet from ACECQA on record keeping in Family Day Care? FDSee covers all the bases for your Service, enabling compliance and making you more efficient. Check out the information below and click on the link for the fact sheet. Approved providers and family day care educators are responsible for compliance with record keeping requirements in accordance with the Education and Care Services National Law. However, other staff such as family day care co-ordinators and nominated supervisors are often responsible for overseeing record keeping practices in family day care services and for ensuring day-to-day compliance with record keeping requirements. It is important … Read More