Child Care Interview Questions?


When the time comes to consider placing a child in child care it's always a good idea to ask specific interview questions. These questions should be asked to the child care director. If the child care director is not available at the time of the interview the interview questions can be asked to the child care assistant director. If this is an in-home child care center the interview questions would then be asked to the person that runs the in-home child care center. Some things that are important to find out within the interview are if they are trained and certified in CPR, how many are in the care of each teacher, and what the daily routine is. It's always best to write down the questions or concerns you may have to ensure that you don't forget.
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