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  Ski Famille is a pioneer of family-focused ski holidays. Led by a highly motivated team in the UK and France, we offer our guests a very high standard of service and over the course of the 2019/20 season won three important consumer awards. We are currently looking for enthusiastic, confident, creative, and charismatic people to join our team for the 2019/20 ski season. We have 16 chalets in three alpine resorts; Les Gets,...
Hundreds of perfect candidates have found great jobs in Russia and the Ukraine through English Nanny.  English Nanny assists the candidates and the families before and after the contract is signed, helping to make a relocation process as smooth as possible. English Nanny has found a great job for professional manny with a separate accommodation. During the school year he works in Moscow and during summer time in France.  Watch...
Working in one of our Crèche Teams is much more varied and fun than a normal childcare job. Whilst you will mostly be working with children aged up to 35 months and youngsters aged 3 to 8, you'll also have the opportunity to work with all other age groups as one of our Action Team Members. All Holiday Villages have first class Crèche facilities providing a great environment for children to use during their holiday. Each...
Due to several requests from clients, international award-winning trainer, consultant and author Laura Henry has decided to start a club for the sector. Please watch this  short film  of Laura explaining the membership scheme. In short, Laura and her team of experts will become your setting’s operations and quality department, providing a range of online and offline support including a range of documents, services,...
NDNA’s ‘Childcare Works’ programme provides supported employment to 32 participants aged 18 to 24 in three key areas to reduce the number of people not in employment, education or training (NEETS). NDNA Cymru is supporting participants in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taff by giving them a range of transferable skills and knowledge to enable them to secure employment or further training. This project is...
Supporting private and third sector nurseries to pay the Living Wage and investing in continuous professional learning are two of the raft of measures promised by Mark McDonald, Scottish Government's Minister for Childcare and Early Years today. NDNA Scotland was among the stakeholders involved in the Quality Reference Group which the Scottish Government closely consulted in developing its  Quality Action Plan  for delivering its...