Welcome to the Munch & Move eLearning program training

Munch & Move is NSW Health initiative that supports the healthy development of children birth to 5 years attending NSW early childhood education and care services. The Munch & Move eLearning program training contains videos, interactive activities, reflective practice questions and a discussion forum which will provide you with the knowledge, skills and resources to embed healthy eating and physical activity into your service. The training is self-paced (on average it takes approximately 3 hours) and can be completed over multiple occasions.

Once you have completed training, you will receive a certificate of completion and your details will be provided to a Munch & Move Support Officer from your Local Health District. Your Support Officer will provide your service with program resources and ongoing support to implement Munch & Move in your service. For family day care, this support is provided at your service provider (previously scheme) level. Service providers must be trained in Munch & Move to receive this support. For more information on the Munch & Move program click here.

Completing the Munch & Move eLearning program training will contribute 3 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 2.1.2, 6.2.2, 7.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.


Click here to register or login. Please allow two business days for your registration to be reviewed and approved.


Contact and Support:

For all eLearning program training support or questions, please email the Munch & Move Training Administrators atMunch&Move@ectarc.com.au.


Munch & Move training is offered free to all NSW long day care, preschool and occasional care service educators, and family day care service providers, coordinators and educators. Please note that training is not suitable for school age education and care educators or early childhood education and care services located outside of NSW.

OOSH educators can access suitable training on the NSW Healthy Kids Website: www.healthykids.nsw.gov.au/teachers-childcare/out-of-school-hours-oosh-care-centres