Child Care Industry News March 24, 2015 -®
Child Care Industry News
March 24, 2015
Welcome, this week we find out about a new resource which aims to build confidence in people working with disabled kids and learn how to land your dream early childhood job.
Working with disabled kids

Portal aims to boost confidence in people working with disabled kids

A new online resource which aims to boost confidence and change attitudes among people working with disabled children has just been launched in the UK and is also available to Australian early childhood education and care providers.

The launch of the portal coincides with a survey which reveals that only 5 per cent of Brits chose 'confident' as a top three term to describe how they feel when they meet a disabled person and one in five people reporting they feel awkward when they met a disabled person.

Commissioned by the Disability Matters Consortium - a group of national organisations specialising in disability who are working with disabled young people and parent carers - the survey of 2,046 adults found that 82 per cent of people feel there should be more training in the workplace to ensure employees feel confident about working with disabled people.
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Advice on how to land your dream job:
#1 Your resume
This article is sponsored by the best place to find your next early childhood job.

Is 2015 the year you find your dream job? If you are thinking about looking for a new job the first thing you need to do is visit our sister site and register to receive our weekly job alerts, the second thing you need to do is dig out your resume and give it a spit and polish.

Your resume is your first point of contact with a future employer and as such it is extremely important to make sure you get it right.

Most people dread the thought of putting together their resume, or refreshing it after new training or experience. However, if you view your resume as your one and only ticket to an interview then it should motivate you to spend some time making it look great and read even better.

Many employers recruiting new staff perform an initial cull of all the resumes they receive, which means your resume must catch a recruiter's eye very quickly.

Use our tips to make sure your resume has the best possible chance of landing an interview and the opportunity to impress a prospective employer in person:
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