Immunisation enrolment toolkit
The immunisation enrolment toolkit has been designed to assist early childhood education and care services with their legal responsibilities and immunisation record management under the 'No Jab, No Play' legislation in Victoria.
The toolkit contains guidance on how to request, assess and manage immunisation documentation, and how to assist parents/carers and families who may face difficulties in meeting the requirements.
The immunisation enrolment toolkit also provides a range of tools, templates and resources to assist you in these tasks, as well as contacts for more information, and responses to particular scenarios.
The toolkit has been converted from a print-based publication to an online tool. Please refer to the online toolkit for the most current information.
Order free hard copies of these resources:
Vaccination records reminder card: This card can be used to prompt parents to provide updated information regarding the immunisation status of an enrolled child. The card provides parents with information on how to obtain updated documentation and other useful resources available.
Parent brochure: Starting childcare or kindergarten? Immunisation information for parents enrolling a child: The parent brochure has been developed to assist parents/carers understand their responsibilities regarding child care enrolment in early childhood education and care services.
Poster: Minimum Period of Exclusion from Primary Schools and Children’s Services Centres for Infectious Diseases Cases and Contacts: This poster lists all infectious diseases which require children to stay away from your service and for how long. This can be a handy reference for your service when communicating with parents of sick children. Note, additional copies can be requested by telephoning Communicable Disease Prevention and Control on 1300 651 160.
Poster: Are your child’s immunisations up to date?: This poster communicates the requirements of the No Jab No Play law and provides information in six community languages.