I beleive they dont get paid enough but min. wages and they work more then eights a hours a day
30-40 hours Leads usually get about 11.00 an hour
Not a lead teacher was just part of staffing taking care of children while their parents worked out. Average hours per day 4 hours
Team Lead hours vary, their pay also depends on his/her experience. Yes, there is paid training.
$10/hr. 5-10 hrs a week. Only training needed is the knowledge and ability to coach gymnastics
The lead teachers get 40 hours, the pay is very low compared to other child care places, you will never get the training you need and you will occur all cost of keeping current, You will not be vauled as a true employee and their is very little advancement or pay raises
11.00 an hour 40 hours a week with benefits
35-40 hours per week. The training is minimal and not helpful whatsoever. I think it scares more people away than it helps.
At most, 30 hours a week. It varies depending on the teacher's availability. A teacher gets paid less than $10 an hour. Training is paid for but room to proceed to higher positions are dismal.
Childcare workers make minimue wage. A lead teacher does not make much more than that. A lead teacher should have experience in the teaching field or be persuing a teaching career.
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