Early Childcare Assistant
What is a Early Childcare Assistant?
As an Early Childcare Assistant, you would assist and participate in the day-to-day operations of a childcare centre. You would help to provide a nurturing, caring environment in which young children can thrive and offer a professional approach while observing and guiding children throughout the day. Children look to the Early Childcare Assistant to provide support and supervision as they play and experience things together. Working with children, you would encourage socialization and enhance children’s self esteem during daily activities.
Beyond child interaction, Early Childcare Assistants would assist with record keeping, attend staff meetings to discuss progress and problems with children and maintain day care equipment.
Program Objectives / Job Opportunities
Anderson College Early Childcare Assistant Diploma Program is designed to equip childcare workers with valuable knowledge, skills and experience for employment as Assistants in day care or early learning centers. Early Childcare Assistants work alongside Early Childhood Educators to provide developmentally appropriate child care. Positive and professional interaction with parents, guardians, team members and children is an essential part of being an Early Childcare Assistant. Various skills are integrated into the training such as health and safety, child development, ethical standards, guidance and nutrition.
Once you have earned your diploma as an Early Childcare Assistant, you can work within:
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