bestchance Child Family Care is an independent, not-for-profit community organisation which has been providing support services to children and families since 1895.
We have over 400 Staff Members and 100 Volunteers delivering services in Early Childhood Education and Care, Kindergarten Cluster Management, Early Childhood Intervention, Family Day Care, Parent and Community Support and Primary Education for children with social/emotional and learning difficulties.
bestchance Training is our registered training organisation (TOID 3695) which offers both accredited and short courses.
Click here to learn more about bestchance Training and why you should consider studying with us. With an on-site childcare centre and an off-site childcare and kindergarten cluster management, we have the ability to offer childcare places, practical placement and employment opportunities. Our courses include Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care, Certificate III in Aged Care, Certificate III in Education Support as well as a range of short programs.
DEECD's Kindergarten Cluster Management scheme relieves the pressure on volunteer kindergarten committees. bestchance also has a focus on supporting educators to deliver quality programs within regulatory guidelines.
bestchance offers excellent facilities suitable for staff training sessions, board meetings, conferences, gallery showings and social functions.
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From our origins as a Boys Home in 1895, we have grown into an integrated and inclusive community-based service. Providing universal, specialist, educational and welfare services, bestchance has adopted an innovative and holistic approach to assisting young children and families by integrating its suite of community services into the one complex. These family orientated programs include Child Care, Parent and Child Support, Early Childhood Intervention, Cheshire School, Kindergarten Cluster Management and Training