How do I apply for Educare?

Entry Requirements

  1. Must have completed the Educare NATED N4 National Certificate.
  2. Must have a Matric Certificate (Amended Senior Certificate or National Senior Certificate)
  3. Be 16 years or older.
  4. Be able to read, write and understand English.
  5. Be able to study through distance learning.

What is Educare approach?

The Educare model is based on research from early childhood development, education, social work and other allied fields. Four core features compose the Educare model: data utilization, embedded professional development, high-quality teaching practices and intensive family engagement.

Which TVET College offer Educare?

Tvet Colleges That Offers Educare

  • Boland TVET College.
  • College of Cape Town.
  • False Bay TVET College.
  • Northlink TVET College.
  • South Cape TVET College.
  • West Coast TVET College.
  • Central Johannesburg TVET College.
  • Ekurhuleni East TVET College.

Is EduCare Recognised by the Department of education?

Is Educare Recognised By The Department Of Education? Yes, this programme is fully accredited and recognized by the Department of Higher Education, as a qualification registered on the NQF. The Department of Higher Education is where you write your exams for this course.

What is EduCare au pair?

EduCare Au Pair EduCare Au Pairs complete more education than Standard Au Pairs and work less hours. EduCare Au Pairs are only able to care for school-aged children. As an EduCare Au Pair, you work up to 30 hours each week and receive a weekly stipend of at least $146.81, that’s over $7,500 a year.

How long is Educare course?

How Long Will It Take To Complete My Educare Qualification? It will take a period of 36 months to complete all theoretical courses, and an additional 18-months to complete the practical training component of the course.