What does being an Educator mean?
Educators are the qualified early learning professionals that form the backbone of Community Vision’s Family Day Care Service. Community Vision works to connect parents with Educators who provide the day care services. Educators operate their own business but are supported by Community Vision.
- Have a minimum of, or be working towards, a Certificate III in Children Services
- Obtain a National Police Clearance
- Obtain a Working With Children Check
- Obtain a current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma & Anaphylaxis management
- Complete an Applicant Assessment Test & Interview
- Meet the Community Vision Selection Criteria
Why be an Educator with Community Vision?
As a Community Vision Family Day Care Educator, we connect you with families in your area that are looking for Family Day Care. Community Vision will process Child Care Benefit (CCB) and Child Care Rebate (CCR) on behalf of families. These benefits are then passed onto Educators as a child care fee reduction.
Additionally, we provide families with the assurance that our Educators are some of the best in the business. When you are a Community Vision Educator, you know you are one of the best in the industry.
What kind of support does Community Vision offer?
We recognise the important role that Educators play in our Family Day Care Service. That’s why we work hard to make you feel supported in all aspects of operating your own Family Day Care business. This includes processing of all child care attendances, support and mentoring.
Our Family Day Care Service operates in over 40 suburbs. We support you in building strong relationships with like minded educators and enjoy sharing your experiences and knowledge with them.
If you’re an Educator who wants to feel supported in their role, contact Community Vision today on 1800 968 754.