Have a question about the Playgroup Tasmania Resource Hub?

Take a look at the frequently asked questions below. If you can’t find what you need, please contact us.

This resource hub aims to support playgroup leaders in all that you do. Here you’ll find information, tips and resources on a wide range of topics relating to playgroups.

We’ve started by providing a learning module that supports and guides you to make sure your playgroup welcomes all families and reflects its community. As this site grows we’ll add more information about this topic and others.

Please let us know what you’d like to know more about and what would help you in your role as a playgroup leader.

This project is supported by grant funding through the Tasmanian Government’s Gambling Support Levy Grant program.

The resource hub is specifically designed for playgroup leaders who want to learn more about organising playgroups, get ideas for activities and take care of the behind-the-scenes tasks that go along with running safe and welcoming sessions for Tasmanian families.

To get started, you just need to click here to get started on the Module 1.

You do not need to register or create a username and password.

No, you can save your progress when you need to take a break and come back to it later. To do this:

  1. Click on the ‘Save and continue later’ button at the bottom of the page you’re on
  2. You’ll then be given a link to use when you’re ready to return to the Module
  3. The link will work for 30 days.
  4. You can choose to enter your email address at this step, if you would like to receive the link via email.

You can ‘save and continue later’ as many times as you need to.

No, you can contact Playgroup Tasmania and let them know you prefer to do the module in hard copy. They will send you a PDF version of the Module that you can print out. If you need help with printing, just let them know.

A huge amount of information is available on the web to support playgroup leaders. This site provides Tasmania-specific information. Playgroup WA and Playgroup Australia also have information that you can explore.