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what do you need to start a creche'

62 mths ago

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Err children.And a big stick and a whip oh sorry that's a brothel Silly me.

62 mths ago

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The proper qualifications and experience to teach and mind small children, proper and safe premises, advanced first aid, a good relationship with the local doctor, in case a kids needs emergency treatment, be registered with the relevant authorities.

62 mths ago

Lots and lots of patience!!!!

62 mths ago

Children, patience and “cannot worry pilletjies”!!

62 mths ago

Good music to make them all fall asleep.

62 mths ago

Nerves of steel and miniture toilets! ;-)

62 mths ago

Get a copy of the by-laws from ur local municipality and also check (I am assuming u going to run the creche from home) with town planning whether u can run a creche from home and then take it from there, obvioulsy u must also have some experience in teaching/lookin after kiddies, safe environment etc etc.

62 mths ago

Nerves of steel, a license if you have more than a certain amount of children, safe environment, healt license for giving food, lots of money to start off with. Ask any of the creche owners in your area.

62 mths ago

Patience and a bunch of screaming kids

62 mths ago

check the credentials of your employeees. you do not want child molesters or other washouts to handle the kids. a health certificate and`a letter from the local priest will confirm they are goodfolks.

62 mths ago

Running a crèche requires some experience and preferably a qualification, although this is not compulsory at the moment. If you are thinking about starting a crèche, you should ideally have already worked as a primary (or pre-primary) school teacher You must have the ability to understand children and to empathise with them. You will also need patience and a sense of humour to allow you to cope with the twin pressures of caring for the children and running your business. You need to have some training in first aid, as there is always a good chance of a child hurting themselves, choking on food, or having an accident. The Child Care Act of 1983 requires that you register your crèche (if you are looking after more than six children) with your province’s Department of Social Development. You need to fill out a form to do this, and give the provincial department certain information about your crèche, including: • Your constitution – which will have the name of the crèche, the category of children you will look after (age, gender, number of children), a commitment from management to comply with minimum standards, etc. • A certificate from your local authority (municipality or ward) approving your building or plans, as well as the safety and health aspects of your premises; • A certificate from your province’s Department of Social Development to show that a needs assessment has been done. Most of the rules that affect your business come from the Child Care Act, which regulates ‘places of care’ (like your crèche), and sets minimum standards for what facilities your crèche must have. More recently, the Children’s Act has been amended (in 2007) and also relates to places of care, which it describes as ‘partial care’. If you have anyone working for you, you must register as an employer with the Department of Labour, and make contributions on behalf of your employees for Unemployment Insurance (UIF) and Workmen’s Compensation

62 mths ago

Children and paying parents

62 mths ago

My first gues would be, A LOT OF CHILDREN!!!

62 mths ago

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