Au Pair in Belgium: salary, working hours, holiday, etc.
The regulations of the Au Pair program depend on the country you want to stay in. They also vary with each Host Family as everyone has different expectations from an Au Pair. Discover the different rules for Belgium about:
Being an Au Pair in Belgium will allow participants to practice their language skills in French, German or Dutch while living with natives. But there are some important facts about the experience also worth taking into consideration.
Au Pairs in Belgium should have at least one free day every week and one complete weekend per month. The Au Pair program does not offer official information regarding the holiday entitlement. However, one free week per six months stay is suggested.
The participants in Belgium must attend a language or culture course for at least three months. The course has to be approved by one of the communities or determined by the Regional Minister. The family can help the Au Pair with these expenses if they decide to.
The participant has to register in the foreign office during the first weeks of the stay.
The family must contact the responsible foreign office in case of any doubts regarding local regulations.
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