New PDF release: Careers in Child Care

By Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler

ISBN-10: 0071482113

ISBN-13: 9780071482110

ISBN-10: 0071594159

ISBN-13: 9780071594158

NURTURE A winning profession via taking care of teenagers! Careers in baby care are significantly lucrative; it's also a box with diversified possibilities. so that it will make a decision what activity direction is healthier for you, you want to commence with a transparent plan: what's going to you concentrate on? do you want a complicated measure or certificates? how can you locate the ideal position for you? Careers in baby Care has the solutions. the following, you’ll become aware of the entire info you want to discover a pleasing and safe activity doing what you're keen on. no matter if you need to paintings in a daycare middle, turn into a nanny, or be a youth-league trainer, this consultant may help you: sincerely comprehend your quite a few profession suggestions Key in at the forte so much fitted to you—from in-home baby care to pediatrics to baby welfare comprehend what to anticipate if you happen to start off locate the schooling and coaching you’ll have to remain prior to the contest make yourself familiar with present salaries, merits, and the easiest task clients

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It may be licensed for twenty children or more than a hundred. Nevertheless, nonprofit child care centers generate the greatest number of positions for child care workers. Step One School. This school is an excellent example of a nonprofit child care center. The center is a nonprofit public benefit corporation governed by a board of directors. The staff consists of codirectors and nineteen teachers. Surprisingly, six of these teachers are men, an unusual occurrence in this career. All the teachers are salaried and are also paid overtime for meetings and conferences.

Quite often assistant directors are also part-time teachers. At some centers they will only handle administrative paperwork, while at others they may be in charge of the curriculum. Many child care centers, even large ones, do not have assistant directors. The one responsibility all assistant directors share is stepping in for the director whenever he or she is not at the center. Suzanne Cox is the assistant director at one of the centers of a very large national chain of child care centers. Her only child care jobs have been at this center, where she started as a part-time assistant teacher with just three units of early childhood education.

Careers in family child care homes will be investigated in Chapter 4. HISTORY OF CHILD CARE CENTERS Before the Industrial Revolution, children were typically cared for in their homes by their families or by caregivers hired to assist family members. In the mid-1700s, factories sprouted up all over England and Scotland, and large numbers of women left their homes to work in them. This change was due largely to the invention of two machines, the spinning jenny and the water frame, which took the manufacture of textiles out of homes and into factories.

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