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Become an


Being a Family Day Care educator is probably the most rewarding career you can have. As an educator you get to choose which hours and days suit you. You have full control over the operations of your business plus you can look after your own children while you look after others. 

  • We welcome you to become an Educator with us and to operate family day care from your own home within 30 minute of our Scheme office.​

  • Family Day Care Educators are approved child carers who provide child care in educator’s own home.​

  • You receive training and guidance to assist you to establish your professional education and care service. We shall train and support you to operate a rewarding small business that can generate a very good income.​

  • We assist our educators with their professional development as per regulation, through working with them.​

Stage 1

If you would be interested in, please call the Coordination Unit on 02 9648 9893 / 0424 733 123 or


email us

on or use our online expression of interest form by clicking the button below.

Stage 2

Must have:

★ Proda Registration No & Link

★ Doctor’s Letter

★ Landlord Permission Form

★ Insurance

★ Qualification (Certificate)

★ Photo ID

(100points: Passport, Driver License, Medicare)

★ First Aids (HTLD004)

★ CPR (HTLD001)

★ NSW Police Check (Within 6 months)

★ Working with Children Check

★ Food Safety

★ Child Protection or Child Protection Awareness

Stage 3

A home interview will be arranged to assess the suitability of your property and to expand on the information in your application.

An initial Home Risk Assessment will be conducted outlining any changes which will be required for your home to meet current regulations and standards

Stage 4

New Educators must attend induction training. 
Completely set up your home.
Obtain Public Liability insurance.
Sign Educator agreement and code of conduct.
New Educators will be placed on probation for a period of 6 months during which time registration can be removed if any breaches of regulation occur, national standards are not met or a quality learning environment is not continually provided.


Apply to become an Educator

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