Profession au pair
Au pairs live and work for a host family in another country and are usually in charge of taking care of the family's children. They are young individuals, seeking to explore another culture while providing child care services as well as other light housekeeping activities such as cleaning, gardening and shopping.
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- Workplace sanitation
The importance of a clean, sanitary workspace for example through use of hand disinfectant and sanitizer, in order to minimise infection risk between colleagues or when working with children.
- Prepare sandwiches
Make filled and open sandwiches, paninis and kebabs.
- Give constructive feedback
Provide founded feedback through both criticism and praise in a respectful, clear, and consistent manner. Highlight achievements as well as mistakes and set up methods of formative assessment to evaluate work.
- Assist in children's development of basic personal skills
Encourage and facilitate the development of children's natural curiosity and social and language abilities through creative and social activities such as storytelling, imaginative play, songs, drawing, and games.
- Supervise children
Keep the children under supervision for a certain period of time, ensuring their safety at all times.
- Maintain relations with children's parents
Inform children`s parents of the activities planned, program`s expectations and children`s individual progress.
- Assist children with homework
Help children with school tasks. Assist the child with the interpretation of the assignment and the solutions. Make sure the child studies for tests and exams.
- Handle chemical cleaning agents
Ensure proper handling, storage and disposal of cleaning chemicals in accordance with regulations.
- Play with children
Engage in activities for enjoyment, tailored to children of a certain age. Be creative and improvise to amuse children with activities such as tinkering, sports or board games.
- Attend to children's basic physical needs
Tend to children by feeding them, dressing them, and, if necessary, regularly changing their diapers in a sanitary manner.
- Communicate with youth
Use verbal and non-verbal communication and communicate through writing, electronic means, or drawing. Adapt your communication to children and young people`s age, needs, characteristics, abilities, preferences, and culture.
- Promote human rights
Promote and respect human rights and diversity in light of the physical, psychological, spiritual and social needs of autonomous individuals, taking into account their opinions, beliefs and values, and the international and national codes of ethics, as well as the ethical implications of healthcare provision, ensuring their right to privacy and honouring for the confidentiality of healthcare information.
- Entertain people
Provide people with amusement by doing or offering a performance, like a show, a play or an artistic performance.
Optional knowledge and skillsbaby care manage children's problems support the positiveness of youths speak different languages use cooking techniques clean rooms use gardening equipment dispose waste buy groceries clean surfaces iron textiles use food preparation techniques drive vehicles disability care assess the development of youth common children's diseases demonstrate when teaching support children's wellbeing prepare ready-made dishes feed pets provide first aid carry out wound care
Source: Sisyphus ODB