Aboriginal Child Development Practitioners are specialists who plan, organize, and implement activities for preschool children. They lead activities to stimulate and develop intellectual, physical, and emotional growth and demonstrate an ability to effectively integrate local culture, traditions, interests, and values.
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What Preparation and Training Do You Need?
What's Your Future as a Aboriginal Child Development Practitioner (620B)?
Apprentice wage increases with skill and experience. Fully qualified professionals range from minimum wage to $17.00+ per hour.
Aboriginal Child Development Practitioner (620B)
|Do you enjoy working with people of all ages?
|Do you have excellent reading and writing skills?
|Do you enjoy planning and implementing different activities?
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?
|Are you comfortable working inside and outside?
|Are you detail-oriented and have the ability to work closely with others? How are your communication skills? Do you have good patience?
|Are you reliable, a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision?
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as an Aboriginal Child Development Practitioner (620B) may be for you!
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