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Is there a demand for childcare workers?

And the demand is growing every year. Job openings for early childcare workers over the next couple of years are expected to be around 50,000. If you're thinking of a career in this challenging, yet very rewarding area, TAFE NSW can show you how to get there. via

What careers are there in childcare?

To help you understand the types of childcare available to you, we have listed nine of the more common positions.

  • Early Childhood Educators (ECE)
  • Childcare Worker (Daycare workers)
  • Centre Manager.
  • Office Administrator.
  • Out Of School Hours (OOSH) Assistant.
  • Teacher's Aide.
  • Au Pair.
  • Babysitter.
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    How do you pursue a career in childcare?

  • Hold a current Working with Children Licence.
  • Complete a qualification in Early Childhood Care.
  • Complete a First Aid certificate including CPR, Anaphylaxis, and Asthma Awareness training.
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    Do childcare workers get paid well?

    When working out the average salary, it can vary as it depends on location, education level and job experience. However, the average salary for a childcare assistant with five years experience is around $41,000 per year. via

    What are the disadvantages of being a childcare worker?

    Disadvantages of Working in Childcare

  • Childcare workers don't make much money.
  • Many day care workers need a second job.
  • Old-age poverty is quite common among childcare workers.
  • You will not be able to afford any luxury.
  • Children can be mean.
  • Parents can be demanding.
  • You have to resolve conflicts between children.
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    Is a childcare worker a good career?

    Although it's a tough and sometimes testing role, childcare is an incredibly rewarding and fast-growing industry that's perfect for anyone with a love of children and a good ability to multitask. via

    How can I get into childcare without qualifications?

  • The Moving On Mum.
  • The Career Changer.
  • The Inspired Mum.
  • The Young School Leaver.
  • The First Time Job-er.
  • Find volunteer work.
  • Become a childminder.
  • Take on work-based training.
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    What skills do you need to be a childcare worker?

    5 Skills & Qualities a child care worker must have

  • Decision – making skills. While taking care of children there are going to be many situations where the child care worker must act quickly and make an appropriate judgment to fix the problem.
  • Being patient.
  • Communication skills.
  • Monitoring skills.
  • Being enthusiastic.
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    How can I get a daycare job with no experience?

  • Get certified (and educated)
  • Highlight courses applicable to Early Childhood Education.
  • Volunteer with kids to gain experience.
  • Showcase your relevant skills and qualities.
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    What qualities make a good childcare practitioner?

    Skills and experience you'll need

  • Enjoy being around young children.
  • An interest in child development.
  • Imagination and creativity.
  • Patience and enthusiasm.
  • A caring and kind nature.
  • Willingness to be part of a team.
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    What qualifications do I need to work in a children's home?

    You could take a course at college, for example:

  • Level 2 GCSE in Health and Social Care.
  • Level 2 Certificate or Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care.
  • Level 2 Certificate or Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People's Workforce.
  • Level 2 Certificate or Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice.
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    What qualities make a good child care worker?

    Child care workers should also possess the following specific qualities:

  • Communication skills. Childcare workers must be able to talk with parents and colleagues about the progress of the children in their care.
  • Decision-making skills.
  • Instructional skills.
  • Interpersonal skills.
  • Patience.
  • Physical stamina.
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    What is the best paid job in childcare?

    High-paying Jobs Working with Children:

  • Pediatric registered nurse.
  • Pediatric dental hygienist.
  • Child psychologist.
  • Speech-language pathologist.
  • Juvenile justice attorney.
  • Pediatric dentist.
  • Pediatrician.
  • Child psychiatrist.
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    Why is childcare so underpaid?

    Stella Ziolkowski, NDNA's director of quality and training, said, 'The main reason for low pay and a lack of progression is that providers are hamstrung by their biggest customer, the Government, which does not pay sufficiently for nurseries to deliver funded places. via

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