The law is designed to keep children (and you) safe and protected.
Educators come from a range of diverse backgrounds, with qualifications in early childhood education and care, not law, and while we all know we have to follow the rules, there is a definite need for a simpler way to stay on track rather than searching through hundreds of pages of legislation or policies.
The JPS Survival Guide for Australian Family Day Care Educators takes the stress and formality out of legislation and policies and provides educators with a simple workbook to help them build and manage their home business that meets the regulations and National Quality Standards.
The JPS Survival Guide for Australian Family Day Care Educators is designed for educators working from home to keep them safe and compliant under the National Quality Framework.
You can always book a session with me to make sure you have it all right … with the knowledge and systems in place to protect your business and at the same time remain viable.
Family day care educators differ greatly from their centre based counterparts as they are liable for fines under the education and care regulations and are more often that not the ‘frontline’ face of the Service, dealing with families questions or queries that are essentially not yours to deal with; making the role of family day care educator much more riskier and challenging than it would be to work in a centre.
Now? having said all of that; the flexibility and benefits that come from working from home, providing child care to children so they can experience every day activities such as going to the fruit shop or not having to wait for educators attention in a room with 20 other children and the benefit of life-long relationships between educators and families that we only see FROM family day care, is why we do it, Right?
Educators who work from home, not only impede on their own family but as I said ‘carry a greater risk’.