I'm commencing off campus study at TAFE next semester and planning on doing 4 units.
What I'm wanting to know is whether this would equal the required 15 hrs per week needed to be eligible for Child Care Rebate?
I'm also a casual working in public libraries and am going to make myself available to work Wednesdays and Saturday mornings, although I'm not relying on this as regular income/working hours.
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27-04-2012 14:51 #1
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