Au Pairing in Summer
Being an Au Pair or Childminder during the Summer is a super exciting time. You get the best weather, you get to swim, bond with the children on picnics, and ride bicycles in the park.
No more staying indoors around the heater… it’s time to get active and have some fun
Summer Au Pair Positions
Of course, with it being Summer, the temperatures are hotter, humidity a lot higher and sometimes we are even fortunate enough to get some rain.
But on the days where the heat is simply unbearable and the skies are clear, children are going to want to hit the pool to cool off. This is where YOU come in.
Whether you are an Au Pair or Nanny, you need to know certain safety tips
Children and the Pool
Whether children want to swim for fun, to practice their stroke, or to cool-off, they will need you there to supervise them, to ensure that they are safe, haven’t drowned, or don’t get injured in the process
Summer is a wonderful time to bond with your new family but it is also a time of accidents so be sure to equip yourself with First Aid Safety.
Swimming with Babies
If you would like to be a Childminder or an Au Pair who works and swims with children who are younger than the ages of two years old (babies), we highly recommend completing our Online Infant, Baby, and Toddler Course as well as our First Aid Course
Our First Aid Course is open for bookings all the time. This means whether you are on holiday, stuck in a full-time corporate position, or just find yourself stuck in general, you can book
Booking are open for 24 hours, every day of the week.
You’ll walk away with this…
You will walk away with a First Aid certificate and the knowledge you need to save a Child from:
… and more!
Have you read our article about not being qualified enough? If not, we ask our candidates 4 questions to see how qualified they are. Take the test and see for yourself
Don’t want to contract COVID19 yourself? Then join our Online Course!
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