Start a Rewarding Career As A Child Care Provider
Are you a dedicated person who has energy and enjoys caring for young children? You can start a rewarding career as a home child care provider and become self-employed.
You will have the opportunity to be contracted with ILearn Home Child Care Services and be able to provide quality child care within your home (with a maximum of 5 children).
Providers will be given on-going support as well as assistance in setting up their home to provide care.
ILearn Home Child Care is Licensed through the Ministry of Education. Being part of a licensed agency allows providers to have the opportunity to receive extra grants and funding throughout the year.
If this sounds like something you can be passionate about and see yourself doing, then you can apply now to become a home child care provider.
Benefits of being licensed with iLearn Home Child Care
- Up to $20 per day wage enhancement (up to $400 per month)
- Aprox. $161 bi-weekly grant (regardless of how many children are placed in your home)
- Fair remuneration for agency placed children
- COMING SOON!!! Medical Benefits: Family, dental, medical, vision, life insurance plus professional services such as massage, physio, speech, chrio, ortho and more.
- Start up equipment assistance (high chairs, play pens, baby gate, stroller etc)
- Access t0 child care subsidy for qualifying families.
- Access to FREE rapid test, PPE and COVID guidance
- Two licensing models to become part of (blended)
- 1:1 professional development and support
- Access to grant programs to 100% cover the cost of going to school and obtaining an Early Childhood Education Diploma.
- Bi-weekly direct deposit for services you provide.
- Access to HiMama for all your families (makes report filing, communication a little easier-less paper work)
- Ability to form long and lasting relationships with families
- Provide a sense of meaning and purpose in your career.
- We are locally owned and operated
All children placed in the home child care are agency clients
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A mix of private and agency placed children, allows providers who want to remain "Private" to also provide child care for children requiring subsidy.
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Child Care Models