We Focus On The Caregiver. We Know What Families Want.
We help thousands of caregivers to get sponsored and hired abroad – without paying agency fees. We know that having a polished resume, the right training and interview preparation makes all the difference. We are not an agency, we are not hired by employers and we do not charge placement fees to applicants. More importantly, we provide caregivers with the tools, resources and 1-on-1 help to show an employer “their very best.” We also submit the applications for you, as we know that access to technology can be a challenge. We believe that helping caregivers help themselves is the key to bringing quality care to families worldwide.
“I started KidcooverPrep out of a passion for helping caregivers to get hired, without paying agency fees. I am also the founder of a licensed Canadian agency and have a strong understanding of what families are looking for in applicants. KidcooverPrep is not an agency and provides career services and training to caregivers worldwide and the professional support to get sponsored or hired directly. Our company is committed to quality and we take a hands-on approach to supporting our caregivers. To our caregivers across the world: We believe in you. We value you. We care about you.” – Marla Brock, CEO
Marla Brock is Founder and CEO of KidcooverPrep Services Inc. Originally from the United States, she and her family moved to Vancouver in 2010 and are active in the community. In addition to KidcooverPrep, Marla is also the Founder and CEO of Kidcoover (a Vancouver-based childcare agency), Cleancoover (a planet-friendly cleaning company) and Coover Homecare (provider of senior care and companionship). She is active with the Vancouver Board of Trade and presently Vice Chair of the Small Business Council. Previously, Marla served as Director of Strategy at Westport Innovations. She has also practiced corporate law in the U.S. and is a former “Googler.” Marla holds a law degree from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s in Economics and German from Wake Forest University. She also holds a Certificate in Immigration (Laws, Policies and Procedures) from The University of British Columbia and is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).
Emmie Santos is Director of Elderly Caregiver Services. Emmie oversees our career services and training for elderly caregivers. Emmie’s experience also includes work as a Nursing Attendant for the Manila Health Department and as an Administrative Assistant. She is passionate about quality care for children and understands the needs of Canadian families. Originally from Manila in The Philippines, Emmie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management, a Caregiver Certificate and a Healthcare Assistant Diploma.