Want more classes per week? Students in the au-pair program can register for individual workshop classes from the intensive program at a special price. Prices include all pedagogical materials.
There are no books to buy. Already in Paris in September? Take advantage of 2 weeks of cultural outings to discover Paris, meet other au-pair students and speak French in a friendly and fun atmosphere! Students are divided into general level groups elementary, intermediate and advanced so that there is pedagogical coherence but also a mix among students allowing students to meet others who may later be placed in different classes.
Registration is not considered to be definitive and a place is not reserved for the student until, before the date indicated below, a minimum of one trimester has been paid and the Institute has received the placement test in order to place the student in a class. Beyond this date, the Institute cannot guarantee a place for the student and the paid fees cannot be refunded.
For students who do not require a visa, final registration is made upon receipt of the completed registration dossier, the completed placement test and payment of at least the 1st trimester and annual administrative fees before the date indicated below. For the school year: The registration deadline is Friday, September 7, it is possible that all places will be taken before this date.
After this date, registrations will be processed according to availability. Classes are payable in full trimesters. Rates shown for 2 or 3 trimesters are for one-time payments.
It is possible to register at any time of the year depending on available places. After a placement test, students are placed in the class most appropriate to their levels. Our responsibility as an organization is to adhere to these strict guidelines and rules regarding au pair and host family screening and support and enforce them for your benefit and protection.
Our cultural exchange program has guidelines that all program participants and au pair agencies are required to follow, which are designed to protect the interests of both au pairs and host families.
It is Au Pair in America's responsibility to enforce these rules to ensure a quality experience for you and your host family. We also submit reports and documentation to the U.
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State Department to support our program's high quality standards on a regular basis. What a great way to experience a completely different culture! Official sponsor Au Pair in America — the first program sponsor designated by the U. Department of State It was February when the Department of State granted us a "test program" and we sent au pairs from around Western Europe to work in America that summer.
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We're Regulated Relax — you're in safe hands with Au Pair in America Au Pair in America agrees to follow these government regulations We screen and select both host families and au pairs according to the selection criteria stated in the regulations. We provide au pairs with training in child development and child safety for a minimum of eight hours, four of which are related to infants. We provide au pairs with 24 hours minimum of child development instruction before they go to live with their American families. We make sure that each au pair and host family are assigned a Community Counselor who lives within 1 hour's drive of their home.
The Community Counselor will be there to welcome and conduct an orientation with each family and au pair within 14 days of the au pair's arrival. We make sure that the Community Counselor maintains monthly personal contact with families and au pairs, hosting monthly meetings for the au pairs in their cluster.