In 2018, the CCMS will rollover to the CCITS.
KidsXap is prepared to guide your service seamlessly through this transition.Book a demo
The CCB and CCR will be replaced by a single means tested payment, the Child Care Subsidy (CCS). The amount of subsidy that families will receive will be based on three things:
CCS subsidy payments may be higher for some families and lower for others. To estimate your subsidy, click here: Estimate Subsidy
All subsidies will be automated through the KidsXap payments and billing platform. KidsXap is developing a new CCITS compliant billing module which will be released in April to all KidsXap customers.
Under the CCITS, enrolments will be referred to as an “Arrangement”. There will be four Arrangement types:
New Enrolments will be classified as 200A Arrangements and will require approval by the Guardian on the MyGov website within 14 days.
Existing Enrolments will be classified as 200D Arrangements and will require approval by the Guardian on the MyGov website within 6 months.
How will KidsXap make the 2018 enrolment process easy?
KidsXap features online enrolments that reduces administration time and eliminates manual processes.
With KidsXap’s CCITS enrolment module, services can:
For more information on KidsXap 2018 enrolment process, register for our upcoming webinar: KidsXap CCITS Webinar.
Submitting your bulk attendance records will now be known as a “Session Report”.
From July 1st 2018, Session Reports require sign-in and sign-out times to be submitted with your bulk attendances.
KidsXap’s Sign-On-Glass Technology
New Session Reports are supported by KidsXap’s sign-on-glass technology. This eliminates manual paper-based processes and is included in the core system.
In 2018 Personnel Roles will change. Staff members will need to log onto MyGov and receive a PRODA ID by April.
Register for PRODA here
To understand the requirements and registration process of each personnel role, watch our CCITS webinars for a detailed explanation.
|New Role||Previous Role||Description|
|Provider Level Personnel||Key Personnel||A person who participates directly or indirectly in the decision making or management of the provider (the legal entity) that operates the child care service.|
|Service Level Personnel||Authorised Person||A person responsible for undertaking the day-to-day operation of the service|
|Service Contact||No Change||A person who may discuss family entitlements and transaction processing results with the department|
|Family Day Care Educator||No Change||A person contracted, engaged or employed by a Family Day Care provider to provide care for children and record attendance information.|
For more information: 2018 Personnel Role Changes
Services are no longer required to operate for a minimum number of hours per week. Centre-based and Family Day Care Services will only be required to operate for a minimum of 48 weeks per year or 7 weeks per year for OSHCs.
Services will also be under new categories.
|Long Day Care (LDC)||Centre-based Day Care (CDC) Services|
|Occasional Care (OCC)|
|Before School Care (BSC)||Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) Services|
|After School Care (ASC)|
|Vacation Care (VAC)|
|Family Day Care||Family Day Care (FDC) Services|
|In Home Care||New Proposed Service Type Coming|
|Nanny Pilot Program|
For more information: 2018 Service Type Changes
|Dec 6 2017||Watch|
|January 16 2018||
|February 15 2018||
Information for Services