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Testimonial from Mellissa P

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Fantastic recognition through not one, but two, prestigious awards

Fantastic recognition through not one, but two, prestigious awards

Sianan and I are just back from a trip to the US where we attended the annual conference of the Association of Premier Nanny Agencies (APNA) in Atlanta, Georgia, and Nannypalooza 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Cost vs. value: How much should you pay for childcare?

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An important decision for new parents is what type of childcare to use. Here's why we believe engaging a professional Nanny agency is worth the investment.

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The Art of Writing your Nanny/Educator CV

The Art of Writing your Nanny/Educator CV

straightforward and strong CV is crucial to finding your ideal role as a Nanny/Educator. While it is important to make your CV stand out, it is also important to be aware of the things you should avoid while writing it.

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What to look for in a Nanny agency!

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There are up to 40 Nanny agencies in Melbourne, so how do you choose the right one? Narrow it down by applying our five non-negotiables.

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Important progress on the employment status of Nanny/Educators

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We are finally starting to see some progress in the ongoing battle for all Nanny/Educators to be treated legally when it comes to their pay and entitlements, and for a level playing field for Nanny agencies.

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Nanny or Daycare: Which Suits My Family Better?

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What type of childcare do you want to provide for your kids? It's one of the hardest decisions you'll ever have to make

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Tully and the realities of a Newborn Care Specialist at night

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Few movies capture the realities of the first weeks with a new baby better than Tully.

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Further Study Is It For You?

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New guidelines from the Department of Education are that the minimum qualification for all “In-Home Carers” have a Certificate 3 in Early childhood Education and care for any rebated care roles. 

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Nanny Resource Box/Bag

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One of the best pieces of advice I can give to a Nanny starting in a new placement is to have a resource box or bag/s. It doesn’t have to have expensive items in it, but it should be relevant to the children you are currently working with. 

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