I am a kind, compassionate and energetic care-giver with an easy manner that enables me to work with children and employers comfortably. This desire to work with children and families is what spurred me to train for a Diploma in Early Childhood Development and Education. I have been caring for children aged between 1. 5 and 3. 5 years in BC Canada since March 2014. I am experienced in planning and participating in children's activities geared towards their holistic development. I enjoy singing, dancing, cooking and other outdoor activities like exploring places and ball games. I am highly flexible and can work even on weekends and late night hours. I am able to perform household chores like cleaning, laundry, ironing and cooking. I also volunteer regularly at Salvation Army Gateway of Hope. I currently have an open work permit and if offered this opportunity, I would be available to start work as soon as needed.
My work experience has enabled me to acquire the following skills; • Manage the emotional well-being of children • Ease with personal care of children, preparing and feeding children with nutritious meals • Assisting children with homework and school projects. • Maintaining a close and trusted relationship with children. • Providing for the children’s physical well-being by planning and engaging in physical activities. • Ability to plan and encourage participation in activities that enhance cognitive development in children. • Work hand in hand with parents to ensure the well-being of children. • Ability to perform household duties like house cleaning, laundry and preparing meals. Additional Experiences/Qualifications: I have volunteered at Special Olympics Medical camps for children with special needs. I also volunteered at Salvation Army Gateway of hope in Langley. I work as a special education assistant.
I am a high school graduate. I hold a diploma in Early Childhood Development and Education.