Become a Nanny
What Is A Nanny?
What You Need
To become a nanny with Cara International you must have at least 3 years solid childcare experience, this can be attained through several different routes e.g. Au Pairing.
What You Get
When becoming an Au Pair you get a few things:
-Somewhere to live, pocket money to enjoy yourself when not working.
-Getting to experience what its like being part of the family.
-Getting to integrate into another culture.
-Getting to meet people from all different nationalities.
Being an Au Pair isn't all about minding kids and house work. There are a number of advantages to being an Au Pair outside of the home. As an Au Pair you are free to enjoy your time as you wish outside your work hours. You can experience the culture, meet other Au Pairs, travel the country and much more along with that.
As an Au Pair you have some responsibilities, your number one priority is caring for the children, but other responsibilities include helping with household choirs, honouring work hours and being respectful to the household rules.
As an Au Pair in Ireland, you will receive the following training:
- Child Safety
- Fire Safety
- HACCP Food Training
- Paediatric First Aid
- Manual Handling
- Children's First - Child abuse identification training
- Child In Mind - Early Childhood Ireland traini
ng course for childminders in the home
- Cleaning the family home
- Healthy Eating for Irish Kids
- Family healthy Meals
- Child In MInd a self-learning resource for childminders by Early Childhood Ireland
- Guide for Childcare Practitioners
- Early Childhood Education
- Early Childhood Curriculum
To be an Au Pair with Cara International is €50 upon registration and €250 upon arrival in your new host family. These fees are for data processing, documentary translations, regular check ins and safe host family vetting.