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A Child Care career requires an enormous amount of responsibility. Parents are trusting you to watch over their children, typically while they are at work. Most child care workers have some form of training through taking courses on child development, volunteering or babysitting. They may be required to complete CPR and basic first aid training. The duties for every child care career vary depending on the needs of the employer, but must duties consist of providing for the emotional and physical needs of the children. Child care workers also ensure the safety of the children.
A child care interview will typically be a one-on-one interview with the child care director. Depending on how thorough the director wants to be, expect a single interview. Begin preparing for your interview by researching the daycare facility. Understand their values and what philosophy they preach to the parents. Reflect on their mission and their values. You want to be able to explain how your child care philosophy aligns with theirs.
Interview questions you may expect for a child care position will first be on the safety of children. The number one responsibility for any childcare facility is the security of each child. Prepare to answer scenario-based questions that we have listed on Mockquestions.com for childcare safety. Next, the interviewer will want to know your experience working with kids. Someone who has never watched children before will face an uphill battle during their interview. Lastly, some childcare workers will be expected to foster a learning environment. Be prepared to elaborate on your ability and passion for teaching children.