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Norway Au Pair Voyage

Cruise through the dramatic fjords of Norway, explore the vibrant city of Oslo, and witness the Northern Lights in the Arctic Circle.

Award winning pre-departure and in-country 24/7 support Cultural Orientation Guaranteed Job Placement
Capital City
Summer months
June to August
Languages Spoken
Winter months
December to February
Norwegian krone
Central European Time (CET)
About Destination
Program Description

Norway Au Pair Voyage

• Take the children to school and extra-curricular activities. 

• Prepare meals for the children and/or family. 

• Assist the children with homework/projects. 

• Help dress and prepare the children for the day’s schedule. 

• Assist with all child-related household chores. 

• Assist with household chores, help keep the house tidy, do the children’s laundry, keep the play areas and kid’s rooms tidy, vacuum parts of the house. You will also be asked to keep your own bathroom and bedroom clean.

What to Expect

• FREE return flight back to your home country 

• Assistance with the Visa. • Furnished bedroom in host family's home and you might have your own TV. 

• Access to WIFI. 

• Support from World Voyage through the application process and your Au Pair year. • Support from our Norwegian agency through the course of the Au Pair year. 

• A minimum of 5900 NOK (approx. R10 500 at time of print, depending on the exchange rate, before taxes) pocket money per month. 

• Norwegian language course paid by the host family valued at 8500 NOK per year. 

• FREE Accommodation and meals with the family for the entire year's stay 

• Access to other Au Pairs in your area 

• FREE background and criminal check 

• Application assistance 

• 25 paid calendar days off per year 

• An Au Pair with a valid work permit is automatically a member of the National Insurance Scheme (Folketrygden). The Au Pair will be covered by the Norwegian national health service during her stay. To be included in the scheme, the Au Pair must register at the "Folkeregister" upon arrival. 

• In addition, the host family shall cover the cost for insurance for the Au Pair which covers the Au Pair’s repatriation in case of death, illness or injury. 

• The Au Pair is entitled to one day off (24 hours) during each week. At least one such day per month shall be a Sunday. 

• The Au Pair shall have at least one fixed afternoon off per week. 

• A chance to make your dreams come true

What To Expect


• Be between 18-30 years old. 

• Have a Grade 12 High School Certificate or equivalent NQF Level 4. • Have a driver's license and be an experienced driver (non-drivers are also accepted, however it may take longer to match). 

• Have non family related childcare experience with a minimum of 400 hours. This you can obtain by babysitting, tutoring, being a volunteer at a day-care or teaching practicals. 

• Provide a minimum of 2 childcare references 

• Understand and speak English well. 

• Have a passion to work with children 

• Commit for one year (stay may be extended to two years). 

• Be in good physical and mental health (candidates on anti-depressants or anxiety medication will not be considered). 

• Be a non-smoker. 

• South African, Zimbabwean, Botswana and Namibian citizens are accepted. 

• Be unmarried & have no children. 

• Have no criminal record or previous convictions. 

• If you have a First Aid Training and/or any degrees and diplomas it will count in your favour and will give you an advantage with a stronger profile.

Start your journey!

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