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Fee-for-Service Cultural Inclusion Support

Contact an fkaCS Consultant via phone to discuss your support needs and request a quote. Support options include Cultural Inclusion Support Consultancy, Bilingual Worker visits to your service as well as phone support, targeted strategies and resources.  

About fkaCS Cultural Inclusion Support

> About fkaCS Bilingual Workers


Australian Government Funded Children’s Services

Your service may be eligible for Australian Government funding towards the cost of Cultural Inclusion Support via the Inclusion Support Programme. 

> Contact the Victorian Inclusion Agency on 1800 177 017

About the Inclusion Support Programme


Victorian Government Funded Children’s Services

The Department of Education and Training (the Department) contracts fkaCS to provide The Victorian Kindergarten Cultural Inclusion Program to state funded Kindergartens.

The purpose of the program is to build the capacity of Victorian kindergartens to support the active participation of multilingual children and families in their early education. The Department has recently broadened the way it provides support to kindergartens to ensure it responds to the unique circumstances of each service.

Find out more about the program here


Cultural Inclusion Support for Supported Playgroups

For Playgroups who have received the Department of Education and Training one-off funding to include Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) families in Supported Playgroups, fkaCS can assist in playgroup engagement and outcomes.

We have a pool of Bilingual Workers in a range of locations across Victoria, speaking languages other than English that are common within the community.

Bilingual Workers can assist Playgroup Facilitators who do not have a shared language with families attending the service to effectively communicate and engage in the playgroup.

> Download the Supported Playgroups Booking Request form here

> Contact fkaCS on 03 9428 4471 / culturalinclusion@fka.org.au

Parent/Guardian Permission: Please note it is the ECEC service's responsibility to seek permission from parents/guardians to access Bicultural (language) Support.