What Is a Childcare Practitioner?

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A Child care practitioner is a professional whose duty is to ensure the children under his or her care are safe and happy. They can be employed by schools and the children welfare societies. A child care practitioner should ensure that all the children's needs are met. They should be able to communicate effectively with c children, should be creative and imaginative so as to come up with fun but e educative activities for children.
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A Chhildcare practitioner is the name for anyone working in Childcare. For example Nursery Assistant, Playgroup Worker, Teaching Assistant. Daniel.
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That these children are MINE for the time that they are with me and they deserve the same respect and consideration that I give to my children.
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While the word practitioner is usually used in the context of a medical professional it can actually stand for anyone who 'practices' something specific. Some examples include: a
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Childcare workers are generally required by the state childcare licensing entity to have a high school diploma or a GED. Licensing regulations stipulate they are to have a physical
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