Kelly Club (OSCAR) Franchise Opportunity
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- Job Listing Date
- 13 May 2019
- Auckland, Papakura & Franklin
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Self Employment, Self Employment
A new Kelly Club location in the Franklin area, ideal for an owner/operator is now for sale.
Kelly Club provides OSCAR (Out of School Care and Recreation) before and after-school care along with Holiday programmes throughout New Zealand. Our aim is to provide not just 'a childcare facility', but to create a safe environment where children can have fun and benefit in a number of ways. At Kelly Club we understand that kiwi kids and parents don't typically choose to go to before and after-school care – it's a practical necessity of life. So we make sure our programmes are fun, engaging and a place that children love attending. A home away from home and a continuation of the school learner's journey.
Our programmes are focused around sports, cooking, art and craft activities and discovery time. These activities are incorporated into themed subjects each week that give children the opportunity to extend their learning outside of the school classroom.
Kelly Clubs are approved by the Ministry of Social Development and align to our national policies and procedures. This accreditation also means that WINZ subsidies are available for parents who qualify.
Kelly Clubs have been running successfully in New Zealand since 2009 and in that time we have grown to more than 55 franchises running high quality programmes in schools throughout the country.
All new Kelly Club sites are set up by Kelly Club HQ. This includes all venue equipment, staff uniform, training and administration procedures and processes. This ensures all new sites are equipped with the latest equipment, best practise processes and systems.
If this sounds like you, contact Kelly Club now.
National Partnerships Manager
Kelly Group (NZ)
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