I work with children since more than 10 years (Infants, toddlers, teens) and have plenty of experience !
I have my Cert. III in early childhood education and care.
I have also my first aid CPR,...expand_more
Emily - 22yrs
Hi lovely families,
I am originally from Belgium. I've been in Australia 6 years now. I'm currently working in admin at a child care centre whilst studying bookkeeping....
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