The au-pair school is not only a quality preparation for life with a host-family abroad, but also the development of oneself while participating in the Au-Pair program.
Our psychologists prepare practical webinars, where they teach how to understand children of different ages, find contact with them and build trusting relationships; how to find time to study the language, the culture of the country and travel, and not just clean the house and play with the children; how to effectively discuss your plans with your host-family; how not to get confused in social roles and how to behave correctly in conflict situations; what skills the Au-Pair program helps to develop and how to spend the year with the benefit of yourself and your career.
Our au-pair ambassadors prepare streams on various topics about the Au-Pair program (rights, responsibilities, children, conflicts, stereotypes). They help new au-pairs who come to their country, make online meetings so that girls feel that they are not alone, and unite all the au-pairs in their country.
Our au-pair bunnies share their experience on livestream and tell what difficulties they face and how they cope with them. For example, they could advise how to tell the host-parents that you have your period and you need an extra day off; learn to discuss with the family the schedule and the set hours of work; explain how to be flexible, be involved in family life and at the same time maintain their interests; share life hacks, how to captivate children, so that they are more interested in au-pairs, and not with TV and video games; and also share information for free on how they apply for a social year after the Au-Pair program, enter foreign universities, find work, get married, have children and build their lives in Europe.