Who Are The Regulators For Child Care?

The major regulatory body for the Australian early childhood education sector is the Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA). It comprises representatives from each state and territory. One of their biggest roles is to guide the implementation of the National Quality Framework across Australia, and as such you may already be familiar with them.
Additionally, each state and territory has its own regulator. For example, for Queensland it is the Office for Early Childhood Education and Care while Victoria has the Department of Education and Training. These organisations are the ones who make sure all child care providers comply with their regulations.