PORSE In-home Childcare
PORSE currently provides home-based care and education for approximately 5,000 children.
Founded in 1994, PORSE has provided education support in homes as New Zealand’s largest and longest serving home-based ECE provider. PORSE gives parents the choice of having their precious under-fives cared for in their own home, via a Nanny, or in the home of a dedicated PORSE Educator.
PORSE has 240 staff working across 38 Community Teams throughout New Zealand, supported by a National Support Office based in Hawke’s Bay.
Au Pair Link
Au Pair Link has been placing international au pairs with New Zealand host families since 2006, providing quality in-home care and education for their little ones.
As a live-in form of childcare, Au Pair Link’s au pairs provide one-on-one education and care in the place where learning really begins – the child’s home.
Au Pair Link was the first au pair agency to be licensed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and has since grown to be the largest au pair agency in Australasia.
Quality Training for In-Home Care
PORSE Education & Training
PORSE Education & Training provides quality education in order to nurture respectful relationships between adults and children, and be responsive to the demands of learners within the ECE industry.
As a registered category 1 Private Training Establishment, PORSE Education & Training is accredited to offer NZ Qualifications Framework unit standards at levels 3, 5 and 6 that focus on Early Childhood Education and Care.
For Life Education & Training
For Life Education & Training is an organisation focused on empowering and supporting all people to consciously be in relationship with others.
With the latest scientific research in early brain development and attachment theory informing programme development, For Life aims to walk alongside all parents and caregivers to support them in nurturing children to grow into confident, self-regulating, resilient adults.
For Life Education & Training programmes focus on what it means to be self-regulated as an infant, a child, an adolescent and an adult.