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Waterford Childcare Committee Mission and Values

The mission of Waterford Childcare Committee is “to develop, support and enhance a wide range of high quality, integrated, accessible and affordable childhood care and education services responsive to the rights and needs of children, their parents/guardians and of communities in Waterford”

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Service providers are reminded that the application process for the Programme Support Payment will close at 5pm on Friday 22/6/2018, at which point the form will no longer be accessible.

The Programme Support Payment application form is available as a Readiness Task on the PIP Portal.

Payments will be made to childcare providers in the last week of June.
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HE Dr. Amal Al Qubaisi, President of the Federal National Council of the United Arab Emirates will give an address on the key issue of our age and the development of mutual understanding between cultures and peoples. Dr. Al Qubaisi who is the most senior woman politician in the Arab world is an architectural engineer and a long time advocate of the importance of education, the empowerment of women, parliamentary process and the conservation of cultural heritage. Hers is a voice that we need to hear in an age when reasoned discussion is at a premium and this is a rare occasion to hear an inspiring speaker of such standing in person, with something truly meaningful to say.

Dr. Mary McAleese, former President of Ireland, will respond formally to Dr. Al Qubaisi’s address.

Music at this gathering will be provided by the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland, which performed in the UAE on St Patrick’s Day 2011 with young Emirati musicians at a multicultural concert.

This event will take place at Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford on Saturday 23rd June 2018 at 12 noon and will last one hour. All are welcome to attend.
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2 days ago  ·  

Compliance Notification
The Pobal Compliance team will continue to conduct unannounced visits to services that are operational over the summer months as per the service calendars uploaded to PIP for the 2017/2018 programmes cycle. For those services still operating, please ensure that all records relating to other programmes which may have ceased for the summer months (e.g. ECCE) are also available for review during such visits. The Service Provider Compliance 2017/2018 checklist should assist in collating the relevant information that forms part of the compliance checks. In addition, it is essential that all Roll books /Attendance records and fee records where applicable are accessible, as the information contained within will also form part of the compliance checks.
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