I am very cheerful, open minded and reliable person. All people I have met love me very much. Especially the families, I spent time with, accept and love me as a truly member of their family. I really get along with children and love caring for them since I was a small girl. Even the babies who are dealing with stranger anxiety let me hold them and give me beautiful smiles. I have a clean record and have a valid driver licence. In addition, I completed the lifesaving training program and if I would have time while I work, I am willing to get a First Aid certificate and broaden my experience more.
Experience working as:
Years of experience:
1 Years full-time paid experience
Experienced With Age Groups:
2-4 Years Preschool
5-12 Years School-age
2-28-10, Hikino, Fukuyama 721-0942
I am taking care of 4 children from grade 1 to grade 4. As soon as they get back from the school, I help with their homework and read stories to the six-year-old. After their studies, I take them to the playground and play sports with them. Also I prepare and serve snacks and dinner and if it is necessary I intervene when disagreements arose.
40 East 45th Avenue, Van. B.C.
I cared for 2 children, aged nine years old and 4 years old at the time of starting. I prepared and served meals and made sweets with the children. I took the children on walks and outings on beautiful sunny day. I organized games and other entertainment including Japanese games so that they could have some interest in another country. I disciplined when it was necessary. I oversaw playtime and played sport with them and their cousins (from toddler to 15 years old) in the backyard.
Graduated High School or Equivalent
College Child Education Courses
Main Subject Studied
Vancouver Community College
Chugoku Junior College
Daimon High School
In my first year at Chugoku Junior College (CJC), I took part in the CJC Immersion Program at Douglas College, Vancouver; affiliated with CJC. Our group stayed in Coquitlam and learned Canadian culture and English at DOUGLAS COLLEGE. In addition, I took a teacherís certificate for 2 years at CJC and also I got training at special-needs education school so that I could get further experience and knowledge. During my first stay in Vancouver, I was so interested in Canadian culture and people that I saved money and returned to Vancouver after graduating from CJC. In order to be able to communicate with Canadian people, I took two courses (an ESL and First Certificate) at VANCOUVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Vancouver. After finishing two courses, I decided to continue to study English at the same college and took a Comprehensive Full-time Course at the Broadway Campus.