Requirements and Responsibilities of a Children’s Rep 3.90/5 (78.00%) 10 votes

Below are the Requirements and Responsibilities of a Childrens Rep and working overseas as a Children’s Rep can be an exciting and challenging change from being a nanny in the UK.  Your responsibilities will not only be to keep children from the ages of 2 to 12 happy, but their parents as well.  A children’s rep must have a cheerful and patient mannerisms at all times with loads of imagination.

  • Hold a NNEB or NVQ in Childcare or equivalent
  • At least 6 months-1 year experience working with children
  • A Travel & Tourism Qualification or vocational training such as the Holiday Rep Diploma is desirable.
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Highly imaginative
  • Able to work in a team
  • Organising daytime and evening activities
  • Supervising early suppers
  • Telling bedtime stories
  • Focusing on the health and safety of the children
  • Completing paperwork
  • Assisting in transferring customers to and from the airport and hotel
  • Assisting in the welcome meetings

A video about working as a Children's Rep with TUI


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