Au Pair in
Au Pairing in Europe
Au pairing in Europe offers several advantages. Firstly, it provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in a different culture, learn a new language, and gain a global perspective. Secondly, it allows you to develop valuable skills in childcare and household management. Additionally, you can build lifelong connections with the host family and create lasting memories.
Lastly, exploring Europe's diverse countries and experiencing their rich history and vibrant traditions is an added bonus.
Here is your comprehensive checklist for applying to become an Au Pair in Belgium.
* Applications form
* 2 childcare references
* 1 character references
* Medical form
* Vaccination certificate
* Police clearance certificate
* Driver's license (if you have one)
* Dear Host Family letter
* Introduction to the HF video
* Flight ticket
Rest assured, we understand that it's a lengthy list, but we are here to assist you at every step of the process.
Between the ages of 18 – 25 years old.
Enjoy caring for and working with children.
You must be fluent in English.
You must be willing to learn Dutch/Flemish while in Belgium.
Min, of 200 hours childcare experience (Nonfamily related)
No criminal record (Police clearance)
Be in good health, and not smoke.
Commit to at a full contract.
Valid South African or Namibian Passport.
Valid South African or Namibian Driver license.
You earn a monthly wage of 450 Euro (Can be more dependent on your experience)
You will live with a host family who provides meals and a private room for you.
You receive a study allowance to do Dutch or Flemish language courses.
You get 2 weeks paid vacation time to TRAVEL ANYWHERE
Basic medical insurance is provided for your year
Your flight is included, and your return will be to on completion of your contract
Your work permit will be paid for by the host family
You will have in country support both in the Belgium and here in SA
Visa Assistance here in SA
Belgium is enchanting due to its friendly locals, picturesque architecture, and delectable European/Belgian cuisine, including delicious chocolate and beer.