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A strong and straightforward 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.... read more
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.... read more
One of the best avenues that is generally forgotten is the good old ‘it’s not what know, it’s who you know’ theory. Word of mouth or referrals are one of the most underused resource an applicant has... however, used correctly can maximise your opportunities greatly.... read more
In a time where we are often online 24/7 with several platforms to get news, communicate with friends and colleagues and to share information, the question of our online presentation is almost as important as our actual real presence.... read more
As we approach the end of the financial year we are prompting our Nannies to be aware of some Government-based changes that will potentially affect them.... read more
My thirteen years as a teacher, along with having my own child, pointed me towards the guiding principle of keeping children safe, happy and healthy – a principal that remains unchanged all these years later.... read more
The first impression any new employer will have is your resume. And of course you want the first impression to be a good one.... read more
Asking questions throughout your whole placement process is crucial for ensuring you understand everything you need.
Here are some important questions to ask to be successful in your role!... read more
As a Nanny, it is important that you keep up to date with the growing interests of the children you care for.
When interviewing with a family, if the children are present during the interview, it can be an ideal opportunity for you to ask the children some questions about themselves and get to know them.
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Job interviews can be a daunting experience and can leave you feeling very stressed and anxious. Of course, you want to do your best and impress the interviewer with your skills and attributes without letting your nerves take the better of you.
Following these simple steps will help you boost your confidence levels in preparation for your interview.... read more