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What does a child care worker do?

0 Comments   Posted: 05/11/14   by William Cowie

    What does a child care worker do?

    Child care (aka day care or child minding) is the supervision and caring for of a child or children, usually from ages 0 to 12 years. As a child care worker, you’ll be responsible for the care of children within a centre, or child care facility. You’ll get to work with families and communities to Read the full post

    Would you move for work?

    2 Comments   Posted: 28/08/14   by William Cowie

      Would you move for work?

      “Workforce mobility” is essential in Australia’s modern economy. It’s vital to get people with the right skills to where they are needed. Moving for a job is a huge commitment and a decision most people don’t make lightly. Have you ever relocated to accept a job? What would (or did) it take for you to Read the full post

      The Job Hunting Guide

      0 Comments   Posted: 30/07/14   by William Cowie

        Job hunting would be in most people’s “top 10 most stressful activities”. It often coincides with some of the lowest points of our lives – when we’ve recently lost a job or are working in a job we dislike just to survive. For the majority of us, earning an income is essential to our quality of life. Read the full post

        36 Resume Writing Tips

        2 Comments   Posted: 23/07/14   by William Cowie

          Your resume is an fundamental and essential tool for your job hunt. At some point in every job application process, someone will want to have a look at your resume. This document is a reflection of you; not just the information in it, but how you present it too. So how do you make your resume top Read the full post

          Last Minute Tax Checklist!

          0 Comments   Posted: 25/06/14   by William Cowie

            Learn how to get tax deductions by enroling in a training course

            Have you remembered everything you need to do this financial year? This is the last chance to make any payments this financial year so you can claim tax deductions in the new financial year! Here are a few common tax deductions and payments many Australians are able to claim: 1. Enrol in Education and Training Sign Read the full post

            Don’t Miss Out on Your Self-Education Tax Deduction This Year

            1 Comment   Posted: 29/05/14   by William Cowie

              Get tax deductions from your self-education career courses

              If you want to reduce your yearly tax bill, taking up training courses is one of the best things you can do. Not only can you enhance your career by learning how to take on additional roles and responsibilities, you can decrease the amount of tax you pay! This is a great incentive to study relevant Read the full post

              $200 Million Government Fund for Child Care Training

              6 Comments   Posted: 08/05/14   by William Cowie

                $200 Million Government Fund for Child Care Training

                Govt Childcare Training Fund FAQ *Click Here for Your Free Long Day Care Professional Development Programme FAQ!* The Australian Government recently announced the creation of a $200 million dollar fund to support training, skills development and other professional development activities for early childcare educators. This includes mandatory training courses such as the Certificate III in Early Childhood Read the full post

                Top Rated Jobs in Australia

                0 Comments   Posted: 06/05/14   by Inspire Media

                  Find out what the Top Rated Jobs in Australia are

                  A college degree is not always an assurance of finding a job that pays well. The skills in demand now may not be valuable or useful in just a few years time. In choosing a course, there are many factors that should be taken into account. Failing to get a job after graduation could be Read the full post

                  10 Ways to Study Smart [INFOGRAPHIC]

                  0 Comments   Posted: 21/02/14   by Natalie Hoerner

                    When you’re studying online it can be difficult to get into the swing of things. And if it’s been more than a few years since you were last in a school classroom, the thought of sitting down and hitting the books can be even more daunting. It’s probably safe to say that nearly everyone starting Read the full post

                    Ethics and professional standards for childcare workers

                    2 Comments   Posted: 24/01/14   by William Cowie

                      Ethics and professional standards for childcare workers

                      When parents trust you with their precious children, it’s important for you to have high professional standards and good ethics. You are a huge component of the lives of the children you look after. Whether you like it or not, they are watching you, learning from you and taking many of their social cues from Read the full post

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